Moose Brook State Park

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Moose Brook State Park

New Hampshire

(603) 466-3860

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Things To Do

Overview

Located in the White Mountains Region, just north of the Presidential Range, Moose Brook State Park is in an area of unparalleled scenery that offers a variety of outdoor activities. The park is ideally located for fishing having both the Peabody and Moose rivers. Moose Brook flows through the park, and after passing through a shallow warming pool, feeds the swimming area with cool, clear mountain water. Picnicking and swimming are enjoyed against the scenic mountain backdrop. There are many trails in the park to be explored both on foot and by mountain bike. There are paved bike paths as well. Moose Brook State Park is open in the winter as a winter recreation area.

The park's campground offers 59 campsites in a variety of settings. Amenities include access to fire rings, restrooms, flush toilets, showers, ranger station, drinking water, and camping supplies for sale.

Moose Brook State Park is a fantastic location to hold a family reunion, corporate outing, wedding, and more. A quiet pond set away from anything else offers the perfect background for any kind of ceremony, picnic, or corporate event. There is plenty of room for tents, games, or tables and chairs in the large field that is next to the pond.

Map of Moose Brook (NH)

Latitude, Longitude: 44.407068, -71.231208

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Activities

  • Bicycling

    There are trails in the park open to mountain bikers. There are also paved paths for biking.

  • Camping

    The park's campground offers 59 campsites in a variety of settings. Amenities include access to fire rings, restrooms, flush toilets, showers, ranger station, drinking water, and camping supplies for sale.

  • Fishing

    Fish in the rivers that run through the park.

  • Hiking

    Many of the trails in the park were laid out and built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's. These comfortable trails provide exhilarating family hiking experiences.

  • Picnicking

    There are picnic tables available, as well as group picnic areas.

  • Water Sports

    The park has a beautiful swimming area for visitors to enjoy.

  • Winter Sports

    The park is open in the winter as a winter recreation area.

Seasonality/Weather

This park is always open for recreation. During the off-season the park is typically not staffed and comfort stations are not available. In the off-season campsites in the Picnic Area may be available with limited services if conditions permit.

Directions

Driving

From I-93: Exit 36 onto Route 3 to Route 115, follow to Route 2 East and follow signs to Moose Brook State Park.

From I-95: Route 16 to Route 2 in Gorham and follow signs to Moose Brook State Park.

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Phone Numbers

Primary

(603) 466-3860

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