Off Route 136, Forest Rd, Greenfield
Activities: Camping, fishing, hiking, swimming, picnicking
Swimming, fishing, and hiking, as well as hiking at nearby Mount Monadnock, are favorite activities of campers at Greenfield State Park and a
900-foot beach for campers only, canoe and kayak rentals, a camp store, a dump station, and showers are available.
Amenities: Bathhouse, boat launch,
canoe/paddleboat rentals, picnic tables
Daytime Use: Admission is $4 for adults; $2 for children ages 6-11; children ages 5 and under and NH residents age 65 and over are admitted free.
Camping: $24 (no hookups). Rates cover two adults and children under 18 on the site. Each additional adult is charged ½ the site fee per person per night. Each additional adult at the cabins is $7 per person per night. The maximum number of adults per site is 4, except in designated areas.
Senior Citizens: All Parks offer a $2 per night discount Sunday through Thursday to persons 65 or older.
Camping Reservations: New Hampshire State Parks
has partnered with ReserveAmerica to offer our guests a high quality reservation service.
The dedicated toll-free number to call to make a reservation through the ReserveAmerica
Call Center is 1-877-nhparks (1-877-647-2757).
Youth Camping: To be recognized as an organized Youth Group, the group must be a non-profit organization, be comprised of members under 18 years of age,
and consist of ten or more campers.Fees include $5 per youth (under 18) per night,
$5 per leader (1 leader for every 4 youths) per night, and 1/2 the site fee per leader (for every leader exceeding 1 leader to every 4 youths) per night.
Youth Camping Reservations: Reservations can be made by calling 603-271-3556.
The day-use area of the park is open weekends only starting Memorial Day weekend (May 23 - 26), then full-time, 10:00am - 8:00pm, from June 20 through September 1, 2008, weather permitting. The lifeguard schedule is to be determined.
Number of Campsites:
252 and 5 youth group sites for a total of 257 available
Pets are permitted in designated areas such as campsites. Pets must be leashed and supervised at all times and are not permitted on the beaches.
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.
The campground in Greenfield State Park is open from mid-May through
Columbus Day in mid-October. Canoe and paddleboat rentals, a camp
store, showers, a dump station and a separate 900-foot beach for
campers only are available. Swimming, fishing and hiking are favorite
activities of campers, as well as hiking at nearby Mount Monadnock.
This information was posted June 24, 2008 and all information, services and fees are
subject to change.