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BEAR BROOK STATE PARK, NH
DescriptionBear Brook, with over 10,000 acres, is the largest developed state park in New Hampshire. Located in the southeast region of the state. Hiking, biking, swimming and fishing are a few of the favorite things to do. Forty miles of trails through the heavily forested park, leading to seldom visited marshes, bogs, summits and ponds, offer a variety of options for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. Canoe rentals are available at both Beaver and Catamount Ponds, while rowboat rentals are also available at Beaver Pond. Fly-fishing enthusiasts will be pleased to know Archery Pond welcomes their specialty and is universally accessible. Across the road from Archery Pond is a special little pond just for children under twelve to fish. If archery is your sport you might already know that Bear Brook boasts two archery ranges. Two ranges, a 15-target range and 4-target practice range that is universally accessible. (Bring your own archery equipment.) You can stay in shape by using the park's 1-1/4 mile, 20-station fitness course that is fun for the whole family.
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SITE FEE COVERS 2 ADULTS AND up to 4 CHILDREN ALL ADDITIONAL ADULTS FEES OF $10 PER NIGHT AND ADDITIONAL CHILDREN FEES OF $5 PER NIGHT ARE PAID UPON ARRIVAL.
This park has 2 archery ranges, many fishing areas including a pond for just children 12 and under to fish, many hiking trails, and mountain biking trails.
Sites accommodate a maximum of 6 people, combination of adults and children with no more than 4 adults per site.
NO hook up sites at this campground.
Payment at time of reservation covers 2 adults and up to 4 children. Additional adults and children pay at check in.
For Bear Brook youth group reservations please contact 603-271-3556
**For any refund requests after the reservation arrival date must be in writing and sent to The NH Reservation Information Office, PO Box 1856, Concord, NH 03302-1856 **
Getting There:From I-93: Exit 9N onto Route 3/28 North and follow signs to Bear Brook State Park. From I-95: Route 4 West to Route 28 South and follow signs to Bear Brook State Park.
Mailing Address:BEAR BROOK STATE PARK
157 Deerfield Rd
Deerfield NH 03275
Phone Number:Information: (603)485-9869