Bear Brook State Park

Allenstown, New Hampshire 3275

Bear Brook State Park

Bear Brook State Park Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Bear Brook State Park is enormous—it’s the largest state park in New Hampshire. Its size (the entire park spans more than 10,000 acres) and the myriad outdoor activities available here make this as much a destination as a place to set up camp. On the long road leading through the park and to the campground, I was convinced I had missed it. If you get this sensation, keep on going, because you’re almost there. You’ll come to another BEAR BROOK STATE PARK sign that points the way into the campground. The last stretch is a beautiful ride through a stately forest of pine and spruce trees that are at least 100 feet tall.

Bear Brook State Park has a massive network of trails, some of which pass right through the campground. You’ll see trailheads for the Broken Boulder Trail and the Pitch Pine Trail on the last section of the campground road. Both of these trails eventually lead to Smith Pond."

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Trail Information

Allenstown
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
99
Campsites
Memorial Day–Columbus Day
Season
603-485-9869 (campground office) or 603-485-9874 (park office)
Local Contacts
Bear Brook State Park
Local Maps
Flush toilets, showers, laundry, camp store, boat and canoe rentals, archery, nature center
Facilities