"With more than 13,500 acres of forest, the twenty-one square miles of Pisgah State Park make it the largest property in the New Hampshire State Park system. The park is located in the southwestern corner of the state, not far from Brattleboro, Vermont, or the Massachusetts border. Seven ponds, four highland ridges, and several wetlands are all protected by the park, located between the small towns of Chesterfield and Hinsdale.
Miles of trails meander through the park. Some are part of the state’s snowmobile corridor system, while others are open to multiple use, including the snowmobile. The six trailheads that lead into the park offer many options, but the Kilburn Loop is for human-powered vehicles only. Surface quality: Ungroomed."