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Attention: After October 13th the shower building will be closed for the season. Bathroom facilities and dump station will still be open.
GREENFIELD STATE PARK, NH
Status: Open through Sat Oct 25 2014
Max reservation window: Thu Sep 24 2015
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. A small park store offers refreshments and souvenirs for sale.
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Alerts and Important InformationNO hook up sites at this campground.
SITE FEE COVERS 2 ADULTS AND UP TO 4 CHILDREN. FOR ALL ADDITIONAL ADULTS A FEE OF $10 PER NIGHT AND FOR ALL ADDITIONAL CHILDREN FEES OF $5 PER NIGHT ARE TO BE PAID UPON ARRIVAL.Youth Group pay $5 per child per night and for every 4 children 1 adult pays $5 per night. Each additional adults pay $10 per night. All persons entering the campground must be registered. Upon arrival campers must have their camping equipment and be prepared to set up.
No one under 18 years of age can reserve a site or be issued a camping permit. Campers under 18 years of age must be accompanied by someone 18 years of age or older. You must sign for your own site. No one else may register a site for you.
There is a maximum of 2 vehicles per site, including those of paid guest. Extra vehicles are to be parked in the shower-building parking lot.
Camping equipment must be set up on designated dirt portion of campsites, adjacent to the picnic table and fireplace.
Maximum per site: one trailer (tent or travel) and one tent; OR one motor home and one tent; OR two large tents.
Guests of registered campers must sign in at the campground office, pay the day-use fee, and may visit in the campground from 7am to 10pm.
Quiet hours are from 10pm to 7am.
Help protect the campground trees. Do not drive nails into trees, hang gas lanterns on trees, cut any standing trees, or remove their limbs.
Check-out time is 11am. After check-out campers may park and spend the remainder of the day in the day-use area.
To ensure a pleasurable and safe visit for both pets and park visitors, please take the time to familiarize yourself with the following rules:
For additional services, please call:
For Greenfield youth group reservations cal 877-647-2757.
**For any refund requests after the reservation arrival date must be in writing and sent to The NH Reservation Information Office, PO Box 1856, Concord, NH 03302-1856 **
Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From I-93 (Southbound): Take I-89 north to Exit 5 onto Route 202/9 follow Route 202 to Route 136 then follow signs to Greenfield State Park
From I-93 (Northbound): Take Route 101 west to Route 31 towards Greenfield. Follow signs to Greenfield State Park.
From I-95: Take Route 101 west to Route 31 towards Greenfield. Follow signs to Greenfield State Park.
From I-91: Take Exit 3 in Brattleboro VT onto Route 9 east. Follow to Route 101 east to Route 202 to Route 136, follow signs to Greenfield State Park.
Mailing Address:GREENFIELD STATE PARK
Forest Road P.O. Box 203
Greenfield NH 03047
Phone Number:Information: (603)547-3497