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Franconia Notch State Park
Great North Woods
There's a good chance you'll find signs of moose, deer, bear, beaver or other wildlife hiking the Great North Woods.
White Mountains Region
The White Mountains National Forest is home to unique habitats, but don't overlook numerous town forests and state parks.
Hikers will find miles of hiking trails, winding through pine and oak forests, abandoned fields, pastures and orchards.
Rolling hills, meandering streams and majestic lakes provide a varied backdrop for this region's forests.
Hiking, fishing, birding, nature walks, picknicking and wildlife watching in this diverse region.
These forests are located along the meandering banks of the Merrimack River as it flows south through the heart of New Hampshire.
These forests are a short drive from several state parks, beaches and the Great Bay estuary, nearby are the University of New...
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