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It’s worth the drive to go visit quiet Greenfield State Park NH Spend the day swimming in Otter Lake or enjoy one of the other activities. You’ll love this peaceful spot.
I really love the NH State Park system. There are so many amazing places to explore in our beautiful state. I wrote about visiting NH State Parks and ways to save money last summer and I’m excited to share with you beautiful Greenfield State Park NH.
This is a fantastic state park with a lot of great activities. The beach is not huge, but opens to a large swimming area which is great for families.
Be sure to check out the Greenfield program schedule for special events.
Greenfield State Park Activities
One of the things I really like about this park is the variety of activities and amenities. There is a good bathroom and a nice camp store with refreshments. There are also boat rentals available. Visitors can also enjoy:
- swimming and boating
- fishing (age 16+ NH fishing license required)
- picnic areas and playground
- hiking and walking trails
- snowshoeing and snowmobiling
Are pets allowed at Greenfield State Park?
You can bring your pets to the campground. Check out the NH State Parks Pets Policy for more information.
There are 252 campsites and RVs are welcome but there are no hook ups available.
The campground is open between May 4 and October 27. Reservations can be made online through ReserveAmerica or by calling 1-877-647-2757.
Greenfield State Park NH
What you need to know:
- Address: 52 Campground Road, Greenfield, NH
- Phone: 603-547-3497
- GPS Address: 954 Forest Road, Greenfield, NH
Please note, these fees are subject to change at the discretion of the NH State Parks. You should call for the most accurate information.
- $4 for adults
- $2 for children ages 6-11
- children ages 5 and under and NH residents age 65 and over are admitted free.
NH State Park pass holders can enter Greenfield State Park at no additional cost.
The park is open at different times throughout the year. Visit the Greenfield State Park website for the most up-to-date information.
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