This New Hampshire Park Has Endless Boardwalks And You’ll Want To Explore Them All

As the summer winds to a close, it can be easy to switch gears into hibernation mode. While we’re not facing the chill of winter just yet, the sun is going down earlier and things are getting a little more cozy every day. But! Don’t let that stop you from getting outside. There are still lots of beautiful days left to explore and we want to maximize them all. One way to do that is by exploring some of the Granite State’s ecological areas. The coolest and easiest way to do it? Boardwalk trails! This boardwalk trail in New Hampshire might not be the most well-known, but it’s certainly lovely, offering a solid mile of trail winding through a beautiful bog.

The Quincy Bog Natural Area is located at 131 Quincy Bog Rd., Rumney, New Hampshire. Admission and parking are free. You can see the full trail guide here. Or, check out a map of the area here. For more information, you can visit their website.

Another wonderful boardwalk trail is The Flume. It’s popular, often packed with tourists, but there’s a good reason for that! Check it out here.