Umbagog State Park
Great North Woods New Hampshire State Park
New Hampshire is an ideal place for your outdoor adventure. New Hampshire State Parks may be found in every corner of New Hampshire. Whether you are seeking adventure in the lakes, retreat in the mountains, or sun and sand at New Hampshire’s quaint seacoast, you will find a New Hampshire State Park and many outstanding private campgrounds and RV Parks.
Whether visiting one of New Hampshire’s state parks, National Forests or National Parks for the day or the week it is a wonderful way to experience New Hampshire. The New Hampshire State Park system extends to every corner of the state. NH State Parks provide a great place for camping, fishing, hiking, wildlife watching, and swimming. There are presently 75 New Hampshire State Park properties. NH State Parks System includes beaches, campgrounds, historic sites, waysides, natural wildlife viewing areas and miles of trails to explore.To promote your business in NHLiving.com – New Hampshire’s Internet Magazine, please contact us.
Umbagog Lake State Park
This NH State Park is Pet Friendly. Located about seven miles east of Errol and two miles west of Upton, Me. on the south end of Umbagog Lake. The park is open from Memorial day weekend through Columbus Day weekend and campground reservations can be made by calling the toll-free phone below.
A small fee (around $4) is charge to use the park per adult.
It is not uncommon to view local wildlife; birds, osprey, moose, bear, deer. The base campground has direct beach access to the lake, canoe, kayak, rowbaot and motorboat rentals, a camp store, flush and pit toiletes and coin operated showers.
Umbagog State Park also features a boat launch, boating(all), boat rentals, camping, camping(primitive/remote), camping youth group, dump station, fishing, flush toilets, guided tours, pets allowed (some restrictions), picnicing, rv hookups / electrical, showers (pay), store / gift shop / concessions, swimming
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