Important News for 2024::

Greenfield State Park will be closed for the entirety of the 2024 season due to a large-scale improvement project that will address the infrastructure of the park facilities and roads. See Greenfield State Park Improvement Project, 2024.

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Greenfield State Park


52 Campground Road, Greenfield, NH 03047

Hours and Fees

Closed for the 2024 season for a park improvement project.
Park Office: 603-547-3497

Check out our other Parks: Park Operating Schedules
Read about the: Greenfield State Park Infrastructure Project


Activities and amenities

Boat Rentals Camping Fishing Canoeing Restrooms Swimming Pet-friendly Picnic Area Playground Showers Snowmobiling Snowshoeing Walking Trails Dump Stations Learning Environments Park Store Developed Camping
A-frame park office A-frame park office
Lake Lake
lake lake
Lake shore Lake shore
Restrooms Restrooms
Playground Playground
Lake Lake
Fishing Fishing
Restroom facilities Restroom facilities
Lake Lake
Children playing in lake Children playing in lake
Picnic tables near lake shore Picnic tables near lake shore
Restroom facilities Restroom facilities
Campground Campground
Tent in woods Tent in woods
Trail marker Trail marker
Trail near lake shore Trail near lake shore

About the Park

Greenfield State Park is tucked away in the southeast corner of the Granite State. This 400-acre park  features ponds, bogs, and a forest that extends to the shore of Otter Lake. Walking paths lead to ponds and other points of interest in the park. Greenfield has 256 campsites that are available by reservation only
Hogback Trail: Self-Guided Hike Flyer

Park Improvement Project 2024

Greenfield State Park will be closed throughout 2024 as we work to improve experiences for visitors. During this time, we’ll be focusing on multiple projects, including moving electric and communications lines underground throughout the park and upgrading water utilities. While the park is closed, we encourage everyone to take the opportunity to visit other N.H. State Parks and build new memories until we can welcome you back to Greenfield State Park again in 2025.
Funding for this and other infrastructure projects was provided to the N.H. Division of Parks and Recreation via American Rescue Plan Funds. Additional improvements to the park may be completed during this time.

See Greenfield State Park Improvement Project, 2024.


People wading at the beach People wading at the beach
Kids fishing at the beach Kids fishing at the beach

Day Use Reservations at Greenfield State Park

Visitors can make a reservation before arriving at the park as parking is limited (especially on nice weekends and holidays). Walk-in spaces are available for visitors on a first come/first-serve basis. Reservations can be made up to 30 days prior to arrival.

Parks Plate & Season Pass: There are desiganted spaces set aside for plate/pass holders on a first-come/first-serve basis. Reservations are still encouraged in the event a park reaches capacity (requiring a $1 transaction fee).

NH Senior Citizens: To receive a discount at our per person fee locations, enter the number of NH Senior Citizens in the vehicle/occupant information section of the order details page, rather than the number of adults.
Campsite with tent Campsite with tent
Campsite in woods Campsite in woods

Camping at Greenfield

Greenfield has 256 campsites that are available by reservation only. Family group campsites are available that have 2 adirondack shelters and can currently accomodate up to 10 people at a time. RVs are welcome in sites where they fit. No hook-ups are available.

When the Park Office is not open please follow the instructions on the information board at the bottom of the office stairs.

Greenfield Campground Map, Information & Policies

Youth Group Camping

Let NH State Parks set the stage for your group’s next adventure.
Youth Group reservations for Greenfield, Moose Brook, Monadnock HQ, Pawtuckaway and Pillsbury State Parks can be made through ReserveAmerica by calling 1-877-647-2757. All other youth group reservations are made by calling Concord Headquarters at 603-271-3556 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
A $25 deposit will be required upon reservation, all additional fees will be collected at the park upon check-in. All Camping policy rules apply to youth group camping. Youth Groups camping at remote sites, Umbagog, or Dry River must pay in full prior to arrival.

For More information, please visit our School & Youth Group Page.

Group Use Reservations


For information on this parks pavilion rental please visit Pavilions & Group Use page.

Youth Group Day Use

Youth and School Groups must call the park directly at least 2 weeks prior to arrival to make reservations before visiting. The Bus Pass Program is available for NH youth organizations that meet the program criteria (for more information and applications, please visit BUS PASS PROGRAM.)
 Groups that do not meet the qualification for the Bus Pass Program are eligible to receive a discounted rate. For More information, please visit our School & Youth Group Page.


Are pets allowed at Greenfield State Park?

Pets are permitted in the campground but are prohibited in the day-use and beach areas. Pets must be leashed and attended to at all times. See the NH State Parks Pets Policy for more information.


Keep Your Parks Clean

Through the Carry-In/Carry-Out Program, you can help us keep your parks clean and beautiful by carrying out whatever you carry in. Thank you for your cooperation and remember to recycle.

Dump Station is for use by registered campers only.
Outside use is not permitted. See campground map for dump station location.


Access for Persons with Disabilities

Visit our Accessibility page.  For more information on specific accessibilty needs or questions, please contact the individual park office directly.

Additional Resources

Greenfield Campground Map & Policies
Hogback Trail Flyer

Drone use is restricted at all NH State Parks. Drone operators are not permitted to take off or land within NH State Park boundaries.
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