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Spend a memorable time indulging in winter sports at Dorrs Pond. Since the year 1934, the venue is a common choice for the locals who want to spend quality time with their family, especially kids who want to indulge in recreational activities. Whether you want to cool off with a swim during the hot summer months, or ice skate during the winters, Dorrs Pond is the place to be. There is also a nature trail that follows Dorrs Pond, perfect for those who are in the mood to hike. If you are looking to escape the city for a couple of hours, do so by heading to the scenic Dorrs Pond.
One of the largest in New Hampshire, this sprawling state park boasts a vivid tapestry of bogs, marshes and drapes of charming, forested expanses. A wonderland for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians, this 10,000-acre (4046-hectare) park is delightfully cleaved by winding, crisscrossing trails. Home to campgrounds (of which the Bear Brook Camp is part of the National Register of Historic Places) and spaces for archery, the park is traversed by a meandering stream called Bear Brook. The park also harbors a stunning museum ensemble which includes the New Hampshire Antique Snowmobile Museum, Old Allenstown Meeting House, and the Richard Diehl Civilian Conservation Corps Museum. This expanse of wooded wilderness is the crown jewel of New Hampshire.