Annett Wayside Park

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Annett Wayside Park

New Hampshire

(603) 485-2034

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Overview

Annett Wayside Park is part of the 1,494 acre Annett State Forest and is located near the Cathedral of the Pines National Shrine. It was a gift given to the state by the Governor's Councilor, Albert Annett of Jaffrey.

Annett Wayside Park is unstaffed but is open to the public year-round at no charge. Gates are open during daylight hours from mid-May and close in early November. Picnic tables and pit toilets are available.

Map of Annett Wayside Park (NH)

Latitude, Longitude: 42.765824, -71.997914

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Activities

  • Hiking

    A 1/4 mile hiking trail offers a pleasant stroll to the edge of Black Reservoir.

  • Picnicking

    There is a secluded picnic area in the midst of the Monadnock Region and surrounded by the 1,300-acre Annett State Forest. There are picnic tables available.

Directions

Driving

From I-93: Take Exit 3 to Route 101 west to Route 202 south to Route 124 and follow signs to Annett Wayside.

From I-91: Take Exit 3 to Route 9 east to Route 101 east to Route 124 south and follow signs to Annette Wayside.

From I-95: Take Exit 2 to Route 101 west to Route 202 south to Route 124 and follow signs to Annett Wayside.

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Phone Numbers

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(603) 485-2034

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