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Greenfield State Park Programs

  Discover the Power of Parks programming has ended for the season at Greenfield State Park.

We hope you got to enjoy one of Interpretive Ranger, Sam Judson's informative and fun programs while visiting the park.
You may also enjoy our Discover Power of Parks blog, posted weekly by our Interpreters this summer.

Did you complete the Discover the Power of Parks quest? Send in your form and receive a complimentary patch!

Program Descriptions:

Come drop by and spend a few minutes or an hour discovering the creatures of the not-so-deep in our Beaver Pond! Join Ranger Sam in identifying salamanders, bugs, and the other creatures we find. Meet at the dam just behind Camper's Beach.

Walk of the Wild Side
Take a step back from the beach to learn a bit more about the woods and wetlands of South-West New Hampshire. Discover some of the forces that have shaped the landscape and some of the plants and animals that still live here today. Meet at the Camp Store.

Lights of the Nights
Ever felt a bit nervous walking down the trail after dark? Well, worry no more! Turn off the flashlights and let the lights nature provides be your guide for a short walk after dark. Meet at Camper's Beach.

The Great Greenfield Birdathon
Calling all aspiring Birders! Come out to the beach and see what birds we have here at Greenfield State Park. Bring some binoculars or just your eyes and help Ranger Sam tally what varieties are present here. Meet at Camper's Beach.

Calling all Makers and Creators! Come and design an wood cookie necklace, build a boat from sticks, or see what other fun activities Ranger Sam has in store. Meet at the picnic Beach.

Tour de Greenfield
Bring your bikes and your helmets and join the Interpretive Ranger on a trip around Greenfield State Park. Learn a little about the trails and history as we take a leisurely ride around the park. Meet at the Interpretive Circle located behind the Park Office.