30 Jimtown Road, Gorham, NH
Helping out with Volunteering for national Trails Day. Would you like to camp over night Saturday????
Camping Only: Moose Brook State Park (National Trails Days Camping)
This location is where we will use as our car camping location for our Volunteer: National Trails Day Trail Maintenance day. We will buddy up to max out tent capacity on each site.
Moose Brook State Park, located in the White Mountains Region just north of the Presidential Range, Moose Brook State Park is in an area of unparalleled scenery and offers a variety of outdoor activities. The park is ideally located for fishing in the Peabody and Moose Rivers. Moose Brook flows through the park and after passing through a shallow warming pool, feeds the swimming area with cool, clear mountain water. The many trails in the park are great for exploring on foot or mountain bike. The variety of the 59 campground sites at Moose Brook State Park makes it a great destination.
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GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From I-93: Exit 36 onto Route 3 to Route 115, follow to Route 2 East and follow signs to Moose Brook State Park. From I-95: Route 16 to Route 2 in Gorham and follow signs to Moose Brook State Park
Park Map Link:
Campsite 1 night
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Mountaineering, Skiing – Alpine or Back Country, Rock & Ice Climbing by its very nature is an extremely hazardous activity.
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