A small but mighty state, New Hampshire’s mentality has always been to “Live Free or Die.”
With 19 state parks, you’re sure to find one that you love to visit. For a weekend outdoors with the family, head to Bear Brook State Park Campground and spend your time exploring the trails or relaxing by a pond. For the more active, you can rent a canoe from the camp store and spend your time out on the water.
If you’re even more adventurous, head to Mollidgewock State Park and stay in one of the remote campgrounds, several of which are only accessibly by canoe. This beautiful riverside camping area is perfect for a quieter trip. Here, you might even see a majestic and powerful moose!
If you’re looking for something to do on a rainy day, New Hampshire has plentiful shopping opportunities and many interesting museums to visit. With no state sales tax, you can buy more while spending less. Spend the day at the American Independence Museum and walk through the early history of the U.S., or attend the annual American Independence Festival for the full experience.
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