WHITE MOUNTAINS REGION PARKS
Nansen Wayside Park
Route 16, Berlin, NH
On the banks of the Androscoggin River, this park offers fishing areas, boating and
canoeing. The winter centerpiece is the 170 foot Nansen Ski Jump.
Northern Forest Heritage Park
961 Main Street, Berlin, NH
Visitors learn about the forest through exhibits at the Brown Company House Museum,
lectures demonstrations and special events.
Bretzfelder Memorial Park
Prospect Street, Bethlehem, NH
This small park is open year-round, offering visitors picnic areas, hiking trails, a
pond, and programs about conservation and wildlife in the area.
Eisenhower Memorial Wayside Park
Route 302, Carroll, NH
This park offers walking trails and a great view of Mount Washington.
Echo Lake State Park
Route 302, Conway, NH
This park sits on pristine Echo Lake, and offers visitors areas for swimming and
fishing. In addition, hiking trails and a scenic drive lead to Cathedral Ledge, 700 feet in the air. The ledge offers scenic
views and ample opportunities for rock climbing.
Dixville Notch State Park
Route 26, Dixville, NH
Site of tumbling waterfalls, a gorge and two mountain brooks. The park offers hiking
trails, fishing and picnic areas.
Androscoggin Wayside State Park
Route 16, Errol, NH
This park is particularly popular with canoeists, who enjoy the rapids on the
Androscoggin River. There are also fishing areas and places for picnicking.
Franconia Notch State Park
Franconia and Lincoln, NH
Visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities,
including hiking, mountain climbing up Cannon Mountain and Mount Liberty, fishing, canoeing, boating, and picnicking. Winter
activities offered include cross-country ski trails, alpine skiing and snowmobile trails. Trails include a portion of the
Appalachian Trail, and lead to spectacular sites. The Old Man of the Mountain is a natural phenomenon created by a series of
granite ledges jutting from a cliff face 1200 feet in the air. The Flume is a 800 foot gorge with high granite walls, which
support a variety of mountain flora in the warmer months. The Basin is a glacial pothole over 20 feet wide, formed at the base
of a waterfall by the onslaught of the rushing water. Sightseers will enjoy a ride on the park's Aerial Tramway to the top of
Cannon Mountain, where the view is spectacular. A public campground is also available.
Moose Brook State Park
Off U.S. Route 2, Gorham, NH
Popular with fisherman because of its numerous ponds and streams, this park also
offers hiking trails, mountain climbing in the Crescent Mountain range, mountain bike trails and lake swimming. Cross-country
ski trails are open in the winter. There is a public campsite available.
Crawford Notch State Park
Route 302, Harts Location, NH
This park is a fount of natural beauty: A mountain pass, the Presidential Mountain
Range, and waterfalls. The falls are the Flume Cascades, the Silver Cascades, and the Arethusa Falls. There is a visitor's
center, hiking trails, a scenic drive, fishing spots, and picnic areas. The park is also the site the Willey House, an 18th
century way-station for travelers through the mountains. A campground is available to the public.
Milan Hill State Park
Off Route 16, Milan, NH
Small park features views of the Presidential Mountains, a picnic area, trails to a
fire tower, which are also available for cross-country skiing in the winter. A small tent camp area is open to the public.
Connecticut Lakes State Forest
Visitors will enjoy fishing, canoeing, and hiking trails. In the winter, there are
cross-country ski trails available. A public campsite is also available.
Deer Mountain State Park
Park with picnic areas, hiking trails and climbing trails up to the summit of Deer
Mountain. There are also fishing spots and a public campground is available.
Lake Francis State Park
State park offers canoeing, fishing areas, hiking and cross-country ski trails. There
is a campground open to the public.
Mount Washington State Park
Route 302, Sargent's Purchase, NH
Mount Washington is the highest mountain in the Northeast U.S. and this park the
opportunity to get to the summit and enjoy the incredibly scenic view. The summit building, along with the historic Tip Top
House stand at the top of this 6,288 foot peak. This can be reached by hiking or climbing to the top, taking the scenic,
winding road, or the Cog Railway. There are fees charged for both the railway and the drive.
Coleman State Park
Route 26, Stewartstown, NH
This park on Little Diamond Pond offers great trout fishing, picnic areas, and hiking
trails. In the winter, trails are available for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. There is a campsite open to the public.
To reserve a Site, call The Foothills Campground at:
603-323-8322 or use the reservation form below.
We will confirm your reservation within 60 hours.
Foothills Family Campground
506 Maple Road
Tamworth, NH 03886