New Hampshire's extensive parks system provides adventurers with ample opportunities to explore scenic mountain, beaches, and everything in between. Reserve your adventure today.
Find ParksAhern State ParkAndroscoggin Wayside ParkBear Brook State ParkBeaver Falls WaysideBedell Bridge State Historic SiteCannon Mountain Aerial TramwayCannon Mountain Ski AreaCardigan Mountain State ParkCathedral Ledge State ParkChesterfield Gorge Natural AreaClough State ParkColeman State ParkConnecticut Lakes Headwaters Working ForestCrawford Notch State ParkDaniel Webster BirthplaceDeer Mountain CampgroundDixville Notch State ParkEcho Lake State Park-North ConwayEisenhower Memorial WaysideEllacoya State ParkEndicott Rock Historic SiteFlume GorgeForest Lake State ParkFort Constitution Historic SiteFort Stark State Historic SiteFranconia Notch State ParkFranconia Notch-Echo Lake BeachLafayette Place Campground at Franconia Notch State ParkFranklin Pierce HomesteadGardner Memorial Wayside ParkGovernor Wentworth Historic SiteGreenfield State ParkHampton Beach State Park-Main BeachHampton State Park-South BeachHannah Duston Memorial Historic SiteJenness State BeachJericho Mountain State ParkKingston State ParkLake Francis State ParkLake Tarleton State ParkLivermore FallsLodges at Coleman State ParkMadison Boulder Natural AreaMilan Hill State ParkMiller State ParkMollidgewock State ParkMonadnock State ParkMoose Brook State ParkMt Sunapee State ParkMt. Washington State ParkNansen Ski Jump State Historic SiteNansen Wayside ParkNorth BeachNorth Hampton State ParkNorthwood Meadows State ParkOdiorne Point State ParkPawtuckaway State ParkPillsbury State ParkPisgah State ParkRhododendron State ParkRobert Frost FarmRollins State ParkRye Harbor State ParkSculptured Rocks Natural AreaSilver Lake State ParkTaylor Mill Historic SiteUmbagog Lake State ParkWadleigh State ParkWallis Sands State ParkWeeks State ParkWellington State ParkWentworth State ParkWentworth-Coolidge MansionWhite Island Historical SiteWhite Lake State ParkWinslow State Park
NH State Parks is using a reservation system at most day-use locations during the main operating season. We strongly recommend booking your trip in advance as parks can reach capacity in the morning hours, especially on weekends and holidays. A limited number of walk-in spaces are available at each park. Visitors who do not make a reservation will be admitted on a first come/first-serve basis.
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