Granite State Walker

dayhikes on the trails of southern New Hampshire, with occasional extended journeys

A ranger’s first assignment to Pawtuckaway (reposted from NH State Parks blog)

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What fun! Here’s a the view of an interpretive ranger taking a look at her summer assignment, Pawtuckaway State Park:

http://blog.nhstateparks.org/pawtuckaway-and-i/

Despite its summer crowds, Pawtuckaway is a great place. It’s so big that while the beach and the fire tower might be overrun, there are still plenty of quieter places and trails to explore. Take Exit 5 off NH 101, and follow the signs. I think the entrance fee is $5 per adult, a dollar higher than at most NH parks.

Next time you’re there, see if you can find this U.S. Geological Survey marker on North Mountain. One more thing to add to the Pawtuckaway to-do list …

Marker on North Mtn., Pawtuckaway State Park: can you find it?

Marker on North Mtn., Pawtuckaway State Park: can you find it?

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Author: Ellen Kolb

Granite Stater, hiker, pro-life public-policy activist.

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