Open: Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend Number of Sites: 52
Within the park, there are miles of hiking trails to explore, several streams home to elusive brook trout, and abundant wildlife. Some visitors are lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a barred owl, a moose, or rarely even a black bear! Nearby is the village of Plymouth Notch, the birthplace of Calvin Coolidge, 30th president of the United States.
There are 36 lean-to sites and 26 tent/trailer sites arranged in two camping loops. There is a total of five rest rooms providing modern plumbing, two of which have hot showers ($). There are two large picnic shelters, a picnic area, and a play area. There also is a sanitary dump station for RVs, but no hookups. Many day hikes are available in the park.
There a several hiking trails, volleyball and a group camping area in the park.
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