11/06/2014 - NH Bureau of Trails Holds a Public Hearing for Proposed Admin Rules
The New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation, Bureau of Trails will be holding a public hearing on Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Department of Resources and Economic Development office, 172 Pembroke Road, Concord. The hearing is to receive public comment on the proposed Administrative Rule changes to Res 8400 Grant-In-Aid rules and Res 8500 Trail Use rules.
11/05/2014 - Division of Parks and Recreation to Host a Community Meeting in Hampton
The Division of Parks and Recreation will be holding a community meeting to review the past season at Hampton Beach State Park on November 15.
10/31/2014 - NH Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of AmeriCorps in NH State Parks
Governor Maggie Hassan and the Executive Council are celebrating the partnership between New Hampshire State Parks, the Student Conservation Association (SCA) and Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH) by issuing a proclamation in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the AmeriCorps program that established the SCA NH Corps based at Bear Brook State Park.
09/18/2014 - 2015 Recreational Trails Program Grant Applications Now Available
Recreational Trails Program (RTP) grant applications are now available. The RTP is a competitive grant program that offers funding for quality public trail projects throughout New Hampshire. This grant round is for projects to be completed in 2015.
09/17/2014 - New Hampshire State Parks/National Forest Celebrate National Public Lands Day
The New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation will offer programs for all ages at Bear Brook, Pawtuckaway, Monadnock, Mount Washington and Umbagog Lake State Parks, as well as Mount Major State Forest.
09/02/2014 - Federal Grant Money Available for Recreational Projects
The New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation announces Grant Round Twenty-Seven of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF).
08/29/2014 - Volunteers Restore Hogback Trail at Greenfield State Park
Eight enthusiastic volunteers from Public Service of New Hampshire recently devoted a day of service at Greenfield State Park to restore the Hogback Trail. The project was led by the Student Conservation Association (SCA), New Hampshire Corps program. The volunteers constructed a 15 foot long foot bridge to span a wet portion of the trail, built and installed five benches, and installed signposts