Greenfield State Park
Tucked away in this 400-acre park in the southwest corner of the Granite State are ponds, bogs and a forest that extends to the shore of undeveloped Otter Lake. The park offers opportunities to swim, fish, walk, canoe, camp and picnic in a variety of settings. Walking paths lead to ponds and other points of interest in the park.
Location: Off Route 136, Forest Road, Greenfield
Activities: Camping, swimming, picnicking, fishing, hiking
Amenities: Bathhouse, boat launch, canoe/paddleboat rentals, picnic tables
Weekends: Mid-May to Mid-June, 10am - 7:30pm
Daily: Mid-June to Labor Day
Camping: Early May to Columbus Day
Acreage: 401 acres
Waterfront: Otter Lake
Swimming, fishing, and hiking, as well as hiking at nearby Mount Monadnock, are favorite activities of campers at Greenfield State Park. A separate 900-foot beach for campers only, canoe and kayak rentals, a camp store, a dump station, and showers are available.
The 257-site campground includes 200 sites available by reservation only; 5 for youth group reservations; and 52 sites for first-come/first-served campers. Although hook-ups are not available, RVs are welcome in sites where they fit. Reserved camping will be available from late May to mid-October. Reservations for campsites may be made by calling the Reservation Office, Monday through Friday, from January through the end of the season. Campers interested in possible first-come/first-served camping prior to the opening of the reservation period should call the park directly in late April for further information.