Hubbard Pond

Jaffrey, New Hampshire 3452

Hubbard Pond

Hubbard Pond Professional Review and Guide

"An interesting paddle among bogs, beavers, birds, and good views of Mount Monadnock. Hubbard Pond is the least developed of the numerous ponds and lakes in the area around the southern New Hampshire towns of Rindge and Jaffrey. While there is a Boy Scout camp on its western shore, the rest of the pond lies within the borders of the Annett State Forest and is therefore free of development.

The pond is long and narrow with numerous marshy coves providing plenty of seclusion and possibilities for nature study. The pond is also very shallow; travel can get sticky in late summer when the vegetation has had a chance to grow thick. Paddle in spring or fall or bring a boat without much draft. Paddling in the off-season also ensures that you will not be sharing the pond with the sounds of Boy Scouts."

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Trail Information

Jaffrey
Nearby City
3.5
Distance
2 hours
Duration
Class I-II
Class
Best spring through fall
Season
Annett State Forest
Local Contacts
USGS Petersborough South
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Oct 2018