Grafton Pond

Unspecified • 5 mi • 0 ft

A half-day paddle among pine-covered islands and wildlife-filled coves. Grafton Pond is one of those gems where you can spend as much time as you like exploring nooks and crannies or sunning yourself on a rock on the shore of an island in the middle of the pond. The few houses near the dam at the put-in seem to quickly disappear as you paddle out among the islands on this 235-acre pond that seems much larger. Except for the northwestern shore, most of the land around Grafton Pond is protected by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests’ 940-acre Grafton Pond Reservation. Thanks to the society’s foresight in 1984, Grafton Pond is still a wild place with crystal-clear waters and abundant wildlife.
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Activity Type: Flatwater Paddling & Canoeing
Nearby City: Enfield Center
Length: 5 total miles
Elevation Loss: Minimal
Gradient: Unspecified
Skill Level: Quietwater
Duration: 3 hours
Season: Best spring through fall
Local Maps: USGS Enfield Center
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9/3/2007

easy place to put in your kayak, friendly people, dozens of islands to explore, remote yet comfortably safe, beauty everywhere highly recommended

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