Heads Pond Trail Is A Simple Walk In New Hampshire That Leads To A Refreshing Local Pond You Can Swim In

Hiking or walking in New Hampshire is a great way to get a feel for the landscape while also finding peace and quiet on an otherwise busy day. We’re constantly finding new trails to try and, whenever possible, we love exploring them more than once to get a real feel for the area. We recently came across a trail that won’t be a hard one to return to again and again. It’s simple to follow, relatively short, and offers a refreshing surprise along the way.

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Heads Pond Trail can be accessed year-round, but it’s best between April and October. In addition to hiking, visitors enjoy biking, fishing and kayaking here as well. Feel free to bring the pups along; just be sure to keep them on a leash. You can learn more about the route by visiting alltrails.com. You can see a full map here.

There’s nothing like spending time on the water. Luckily for us there are lots of unique ways to do it. One idea is to turn New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee into your own oasis by renting a motorized tiki bar.

Address: Heads Pond Trail, Hooksett, NH 03106, USA