Win a 2019 NH State Park Pass

On July 15th, the first 90 Day Challenge Participant at each of the participating New Hampshire State Parks will win a 2019 State Park Pass.

The State Parks Division is made up of 93 park properties (many of which have no admittance fee), historic sites and recreational rail trails. Plan a trip by checking out the New Hampshire Park

Here's a list of pet friendly State Parks to bring your 4-legged buddy!


2018 Granite State 90 Day Challenge

The challenge is to exercise for 20 minutes or more every day in the months of June, July, and August. You can walk, run, bike, hike, paddle, swim or even fly a kite. 

The Granite State 90 Day Challenge is a great opportunity to explore some of our 93 New Hampshire State Parks. When you register, your Challenge Passport includes FREE access to these select New Hampshire State Parks from June 1st to August 31:

  • Bear Brook State Park Allenstown (no beach access)
  • Miller State Park Peterborough
  • Moose Brook State Park Gorham
  • Odiorne Point State Park Rye
  • Rollins State Park Warner
  • Rye Harbor State Park Rye
  • Umbagog Lake State Park Cambridge/Errol
  • Winslow State Park Wilmot

How It Works: When visiting these New Hampshire State Parks, you must present your Passport as well as a valid NH driver’s license. Youth participating in the challenge are eligible for free access if they have a Passport and are with a participating adult.

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