Located right next to the campground, this park has several miles of trails that are mainly used for cross-country skiing in the winter. There is a one-mile long loop trail that leaves from the parking lot and goes up to the fire-tower where you can get a sweeping view of the surrounding mountains. This is one of the few fire towers in New Hampshire that is easily accessible by the public. The park also offers summer camping with tent sites and yurt sites.
Located in Berlin about 11 miles away from the campground, is a steep 1.5-mile long trail to the top of Mt. Jasper. Upon reaching the summit you can stand on a rock outcropping with unobstructed views of the Dead River, Mt. Forist and the Mahoosuc range. The mountain is famous for being a source of rhyolite used by prehistoric peoples and Native Americans to create stone tools and arrowheads.
Located in Stark about 11 miles away from the campground, is a 1.3-mile long trail to the end of a box canyon with imposing rock walls on three sides. The trail head is located at the National Forest beach at the South Pond Recreation area. The first part of the trail follows a graveled path which is part of the Cohos Trail. After .6 of a mile, turn right off the Cohos Trail and the hike gets progressively more difficult with some large rocks in the middle of trail that must be negotiated. At the very end of the trail you end up facing rock walls in all directions and there is an "End of Trail" sign tacked to a tree. The elevation change on this trail is not that steep, but lots of obstacles and slippery rocks make it challenging and the steep rock walls at the end make it a little spooky.
Located in Stark about 13 miles away from the campground, is a .8-mile long trail to the top of a big rock bluff that overlooks the covered bridge in Stark Village. The hike starts off easy enough, but as you go higher, the terrain gets steeper. Near the top you will need to hold onto trees to get yourself up the steepest inclines. When you reach the top you are treated to an awesome view of Stark Village with its covered bridge, Union church, historic inn and the Upper Ammonoosuc River running through it.
Located in Stark about 11 miles away from the campground, is the 2.2-mile long trail to Victor Head and the 2.4-mile long trail to the top of Bald Mt. These are mainly deep-woods trails and the views from both locations are obscured by heavy tree growth. But if you want to get away from everything and possibly see some wildlife, these are the hikes for you.
Located in Stark about 18 miles away from the campground, is the 2.2-mile long trail to the top of North Percy Peak from the trail head on Nash Stream Road. The 360-degree view from the top is spectacular but the last part of this hike is requires ascending a steep granite face that has put this trail on the "Terrifying 25" list. You will need grippy shoes or boots and you should only ascend this rock face in dry weather.