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Bear Brook State Park

61 Deerfield Road

Bear Brook State Park, with over 10,000 acres, is the largest developed state park in New Hampshire. Located in the southeast region of the state, there is plenty to do and see for everyone. Forty miles of trails through the heavily forested park lead to seldom visited marshes, bogs, summits, and ponds. The park offers a variety of options for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. The parks has a day-use area, group areas, and a 101-site campground. Boat rentals are available on the weekends for campers at the campground beach.. 


Jaclyn D'Aguanno

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
My boyfriend and I camped here in July, 2017 and we had a great time! There were many private campsites and the people around were respectful about the quite hours. Wood was 5$ which is a good price. There were bathrooms near by and the store has a ton of things in case you forget something. Beach area is nice and the lake is a good size. We rented kayaks which was great and we loved the hike around the lake. There are some night critters, but I don't think they're the dangerous kind. Highly recommend.

Mikaela Reisman

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
We camped here for three nights last week and it was enjoyable as always. We've been coming for years and have our chosen couple of sites we go back to because they're tucked away and still near enough to the water and bathroom. The staff are always pleasant and firewood is pretty cheap. Unfortunately the last campers before us left a good dozen cigarettes at the site that weren't picked up, but that's the only negative.

Steven Ackerman

Wednesday, June 6, 2018
I love this park and have been going here over 20 years. I have spent many afternoons shooting archery, hunting , swimming and hiking here and think the state does a terrific job of providing a good experience in all areas. I also have received a lot of good feedback from the Mt bikers so you might want to check it out. C U there!

Marian Devost

Monday, June 25, 2018
Loved our site just a lot of children where we were. I'm more of a quite camper. A lot of wide open sites with no privacy. Will go back hoping to find that right site! Happy camping...

Giorgianna Sillars

Wednesday, May 23, 2018
This was a very large place with plenty of trails. Went mid May and didn't have to pay an entrance fee and it was a rainy day so only saw one other person. We went down Chipmunk trail and it was a beautiful walk. There was a small cemetery along the walk. The only downside of this place is I ended up finding six ticks on me.

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