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Bear Brook State Park


Route 28
Allenstown, NH 03275
603.485.9874
No Email Address
http://www.nhstateparks.org/ParksPages/BearBrook/BearBrk.html
6 Reviews
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Awesome experience.. the place was neat.. nothing to fear abt.. the path that leads to this camping site is sooo beautiful. The beach was good. Only thing that spoiled the fun was rain. other than that it was a splendid experience

Received from Abi for visit in Aug 2012


Site Number: 58
Stay Again? YES
The campground is clean and staff members and hosts are very helpful.

Received from Elizabeth for visit in Jun 2010


Site Number: 91
Stay Again? YES
Well maintained sites and bathrooms. Great wildlife, swimming, boating, hiking, biking. Staff are very helpful. They do monitor to be sure quiet hours are adhered to which is great for families. From my experiences there, those who complain are usually the ones causing the problem

Received from Karen for visit in Jun 2010


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Stay Again? YES
Bear Brook state park is beautiful, but the campground and its staff are horrible. We stayed there two nights and wanted to leave hours after being there. Do not go with more than two people because they will charge you more than if you were staying in a 5 star hotel. They constantly drive around the campground giving everyone a hard time. The map makes the campground look fairly large but in reality it is tiny. Would not stay there again, there are to many other nice campgrounds in NH.

Received from Lydia for visit in Sep 2009


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Stay Again? NO
Bear Brook is a gorgeous park and fabulous for camping. There are many sites with fantastic view of woods and these gigantic bolders, fun for climbing and hiking trails. You have to try this park out if you have not. Most parks have a shared beach where the community comes to swim. Bear Brook has a separate beach just for campers so you have less crowding. I've been camping in this park for about 6 years.

Received from Laura C for visit in 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Bear Brook State Park is located on Rte 28 between Manchester and Concord NH. This 10,000-acre park is the largest of the New Hampshire State Parks. We did not make a reservation for one of the 96 camp sites prior to arriving at 7:30 PM and were still able to get a site, however they were filling fast so getting a reservation is recommended . Our site was large, as were most of the sites and was located among tall pines. The campground for the State Park is located about 6 miles into the park. The park offers many trails for hiking and biking, ponds and steams for fishing, canoe rentals and more. We hiked the 1.5 mile trail around Beaver Pond, there are many other trails to explore also. Located in the park is the Campground, campstore, ballfield, playground, bathhouse, shelters, picnic tables, canoe & row boat rentals, physical fitness course, archery course, Camping Museum, Snowmobile Museum and the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and Nature Center in which our children helped collect tadpoles for the director. There is swimming at the campground in Beaver Pond for the campers. This is a good campground for the family that wants to do things together without high cost, only $15.00 per night.

Received from Mark T for visit in Jun 2000


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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