We might write a lot about things to do outside, but we feel that cold weather just as much as you do! That means during the winter it takes some seriously special surroundings to get us up and out the door for an adventure. That’s why we love the trails and parks that offer a little something special. The one we’re talking about today doesn’t have anything all that unique when compared to other local parks, but it sure is beautiful. And when the conditions are right it feels like traipsing through another world!

Mollidgewock State Park is open year-round, but during the off-season the park won’t be staffed and comfort stations are typically closed. If you’d like to stay overnight at a campsite the price is about $23. You can learn more about visiting on the New Hampshire State Park website. If you have questions you can try giving them a call on 603-482-3373.

If you love the idea of seeing the quieter parks in the state we’ve got some other options for you. Here are 8 lesser-known state parks in New Hampshire that will absolutely amaze you!


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