Rocks, stream and trees in Fall representing New Hampshire's outdoors and environmental action.

New Hampshire State Parks

Did you know that New Hampshire has 93 public parks, beaches, historic sites, and other natural areas in our park system? That's a lot of swimming, hiking, biking, learning, climbing, and exploring to do without ever leaving the 603! This year, our family bought a New Hampshire State Parks Family Pass to inspire us to explore our own state. Our goal is to visit at least two state parks a month, documenting what we loved (and didn't) about each one. 

I'm excited to share our park adventures and misadventures with you, including the new plants, animals, and insects my son and I identify along the way. We have been loving iNaturalist's Seek app, which helps us get to know our natural world. Join us on our NH State Parks Staycation!

(PS. NH State Park License plates allow you to access all the state parks for only the cost of the plates and includes parking fees.)

New Hampshire State Parks pass representing eco friendly travel in NH.
Part of GreenLifeNH logo -Plant with 3 green leaves representing GreenLifeNH’s 3 eco-friendly guides

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NH State Park plates representing eco friendly travel in NH.
 
Part of GreenLifeNH logo -Plant with 3 green leaves representing GreenLifeNH’s 3 eco-friendly guides

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