The Best National And State Parks In New England!
Acadia National Park: decreed the first national park in the eastern US, it retains its elemental charm with elemental charm & rugged granite cliffs.
Baxter State Park, Maine: home to Mount Katharine, it’s an impressive 1600-metre peak that marks the northern end of the Appalachian trail.
Mount Washington State Park, New Hampshire: at 1917 metres, Mount Washington is the highest peak in the eastern US. Its summit can be reached on foot.
Rye Harbor State Park, New Hampshire: it’s one of the best sites for catching the swells, just south of Portsmouth. It’s a very popular surfing spot!
Burton Island State Park, Vermont:sometimes called the 6th Great Lake, it’s deep waters, secluded bays & islands offer numerous boating opportunities.
Smugglers’ Notch State Park: previously used as a smugglers’ route to Canada, the scenic park also offers a form of winter recreation: ice climbing.
Walden Pond State Reserve: there is free space around the 30 meter deep pond itself, and is a popular canoeing, kayaking and swimming spot in summer.
Goddard Memorial State Park: one of Rhode Island’s most popular spots for hiking, horseback riding & golfing. Horseback is the best way to explore it!
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