Distant Hill Gardens Is One Of The Most Underrated Summer Destinations In New Hampshire
By Michelle|Published July 04, 2020
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Summer is in full swing and that means we’re bulking up our list of things we can’t wait to do! And the majority of things on that list involve getting outside. If you’re feeling the same way, you’ll want to check out this beautiful garden. It’s not a state park, but it offers all the fun and beauty of being outdoors in the Granite State!
Distant Hill Garden and Nature Trail can typically be visited during their Open Garden Weekends on the first and third Saturday and Sunday of the month in May, June, and July from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
However things are different this year and they’ll be reassessing visiting weekends between August and October. The Distant Hill Nature Trail is open daily throughout the year from dawn till dusk. Keep up with schedule changes and learn more about the gardens on their website or you can call them on 603-756-4179.