Grafton Pond

Grafton, New Hampshire

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This paddler’s paradise boasts islands, miles of wildlife habitat to explore, and a virtually undeveloped, protected shoreline. A trip to this small but secluded pond is a treat, and the kids will love the countless islands to explore, blueberry picking, and marshy areas with wildlife. Dog-friendly. A trip to this small but secluded pond is a treat, and the kids will love the countless islands to explore, blueberry picking, and marshy areas with wildlife. Although only 300 acres, the pond feels much bigger thanks to its dozens of small islands, long and narrow inlets, and lack of motor- and speedboats. Motors are limited to 6 hp on this lake, which keeps motor traffic and wakes to a minimum. The water is clear and swimmable.
Outdoors with Kids: Maine, New Hampshire,  and Vermont

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Outdoors with Kids: Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont

by Ethan Hipple and Yemaya St. Clair (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)

This paddler’s paradise boasts islands, miles of wildlife habitat to explore, and a virtually undeveloped, protected shoreline. A trip to this small but secluded pond is a treat, and the kids will love the countless islands to explore, blueberry picking, and marshy areas with wildlife. Dog-friendly.

A trip to this small but secluded pond is a treat, and the kids will love the countless islands to explore, blueberry picking, and marshy areas with wildlife. Although only 300 acres, the pond feels much bigger thanks to its dozens of small islands, long and narrow inlets, and lack of motor- and speedboats. Motors are limited to 6 hp on this lake, which keeps motor traffic and wakes to a minimum. The water is clear and swimmable.

© 2014 Ethan Hipple and Yemaya St. Clair/Appalachian Mountain Club Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Grafton
Distance: 1.0–3.0 miles
Skill Level: Easy
Class: Class I
Season: No posted hours
Accessibility: Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, 603-224-9945, forestsociety.org/ourproperties/guide/?block=48
Local Maps: USGS Enfield Center quad; forestsociety.org/ourproperties/ guide/048/048_map.pdf
Driving Directions: Directions to Grafton Pond

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