Moose Brook Maine

Tripadvisor (38) · State park in Gorham, NH
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Moose Brook State Park is a New Hampshire state park in Coos County, New Hampshire in the United States. The park occupies 755 acres and sits at an … See more

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4.5/5 · 38 reviews
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Jun 14, 2020
Nice park with pond, foot bridges, and an old wooden swing. Building closed when we visited, but we were able to walk the grounds at the pond. Full review by PleinAirGal
Sep 25, 2019
First time at this campground and I was very impressed. Our site was clean, well maintained and easy to get into. The visitor center was easy to find and after checking in, we bought a few bundles of… Full review by christine z
Sep 16, 2019
We chose this campground while on a Atlantic Canada to Midwest USA trip. Wanted a few days in the cool mountains before heading west. The campground and trails in the area were perfect except for t… Full review by JFE65

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Is there a view of the mountains from the campground area?
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Not really, but you don't have to travel far for really nice views!
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Answer by Stacey W · Feb 28, 2018
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hi we are looking for a tent site that we can ride in and out of on the ATV with full access to the festival in august... can …
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hi we are looking for a tent site that we can ride in and out of on the ATV with full access to the festival in august... can your campground accommodate that? thanks
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This would be perfect for you, ATV access is right outside your tent, down the road is the major ATV attraction with 100s of miles of trails at your service, including access to Jericho …
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This would be perfect for you, ATV access is right outside your tent, down the road is the major ATV attraction with 100s of miles of trails at your service, including access to Jericho State Park, you'll love it! Atv's are also welcome in town, about 4 miles down the road, local restaurants and fast food chains. You won't be sorry!
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Answer by Maryann L · Feb 26, 2018
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I am coming by motorcycle in late June to this campground (Moose Brook). Only staying 1-night, 1-person, tent …
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I am coming by motorcycle in late June to this campground (Moose Brook). Only staying 1-night, 1-person, tent camping. If a weeknight, do I need to make a reservation? I would rather not be tied down to a specific day plus there is reservation fee. Thanks!
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I don't think a reservation is necessary, lots of sites to choose from, especially that time of year, you should be fine
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Answer by Maryann L · Feb 26, 2018
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My 15 year old son and I are probably novice/moderately experienced hikers...all the videos I've seen for the trails …
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My 15 year old son and I are probably novice/moderately experienced hikers...all the videos I've seen for the trails in this area (Washington, Presidential Traverse, etc.) seem more like expert trails. We have not been in NH before and more used to hiking trails in Catskills, NY, which seem to be much easier terrain. Are there any more moderate, maybe 2.5 hour trails (5 hours total there and back) in this area? We are considering going there this summer but not if it's too difficult...thanks!
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My one experience in the Catskills was at Diamond Notch. Many of the trails start with a grade similar to that trail, until they begin to ascend steeply over rocks to a summit. If you are willing …
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My one experience in the Catskills was at Diamond Notch. Many of the trails start with a grade similar to that trail, until they begin to ascend steeply over rocks to a summit. If you are willing to do out-and-back hikes, you can simply turn around when the going gets rough. There are also some trails with less change in elevation. Get a topographic map of the White Mountains, and search appealing possible routes for hikers' comments on hiking websites. Unfortunately, I was not allowed to name the website I use. Google "all trails." These hikes in the lower elevations can be quite rewarding, because you will walk through a variety of environments, each with its distinctive plant and animal life. You might see sundews digesting insects, hear a white-throated sparrow sing, or cool your feet in a mountain stream. Hiking doesn't have to mean peak-bagging.
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Answer by Aileen C · Apr 16, 2017
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