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In 1938, a hurricane nicknamed Long Island Express (they didn’t receive official names until 1950) roared up the eastern seaboard, flooding cities, and towns along the way. Several towns in New Hampshire were devastated even though the hurricane was weakened by the time it arrived in the upper New England region. To prevent a recurrence, the United States Army Corps of Engineers constructed a few dams in the area, including the one on Piscataquog River. A small lake, Everett Lake, was formed as a result, and the state of New Hampshire created a small state park, Clough State Park, in 1963 to facilitate recreational fun on the lake.
The closest large town is Concord, which is the state capital of New Hampshire. About 15 miles to the northeast of Clough State Park, the town is the oldest capital in which the legislators still use the original chambers. Across the street from the capital is the Eagle Hotel, one of the oldest still-functioning hotels in the country. Several presidents of the United States have guested at this hotel. There are several other historic structures, homes, and landmarks in the town, too.
Although Clough State Park is a smaller one with only about 50 acres, what it lacks in size, it makes up for in recreational fun. In addition to a boat launch which facilitates access to Everett Lake, there is a 900-foot beach. Save for a few days during the peak season; it rarely gets crowded on this lake. It’s the perfect spot for a quiet day of sunbathing and fishing. If it gets too warm on the beach, retreat into the shade of tall pine trees that tower overhead. A few miles of trails meander through the sunlight-dappled woods, giving adventurers an opportunity to stretch their legs. One spur leads to the dam, and explorers are welcome to venture onto the top of the dam, which is quite an eerie sensation. The wall spans only a few feet, and during especially wet years, it can feel as though one is walking on water if the lake level is high.
There are kayaks and canoes available for rent, too. Paddle alongside the shore and watch for deer, rabbits, and overhead, hawks. Or venture out into the middle of the lake and watch the tall trees at the horizon shrink.
Engage in spontaneous games of volleyball, baseball, or football on the nearby playing field, which has plenty of room to spread out.
Bordering Clough State Park is several other state and town parks and forests. Bear Brook State Park is the largest within 20 miles. Encompassing over 10,000 acres, it is the largest developed park in the state. In addition to two practice archery range, there are several miles of hiking trails that take explorers over a variety of terrains.
Rent an RV to fulfill the fantasy of waking up to the sound of birdsong and owls hooting as they prepare to hunt at dusk. Although there’s no RV camping at Clough State Park, there are several options within 30 miles. Cold Springs Camp Resort near Weare, is a long-time mainstay in the area. Founded in 1970, Cold Springs Camp Resort offers several modern amenities like full hookups, four heated pools, two hot tubs (one is adult-only), three rec halls (one for adults only), and WiFi. There is also an on-site pedicure and manicure spa.
Alternatively, consider RV camping near Contoocook, NH, at Sandy Beach RV and Camping Resort. Sandy Beach RV and Camping Resort bills itself as a premier NH RV resorts, offering several features like on-site laundry, a bocce ball court, and a business center for people who absolutely need to check in with their office.
Hop into a rental motorhome and join the gaggle of leaf-peepers enjoying the fall or spring foliage, and along the way, visit the charming towns of New Hampshire. Discover your favorite boutique shops, artists’ galleries, and other unique businesses that line the main street of the downtown. Near Hooksett, NH is a sugar house called Nature’s Sweet Secret. Nature’s Sweet Secret is a family-run business that specializes in maple syrup delicacies. Visitors are welcome to watch the tapping and boiling processes, which usually occurs in early spring. All candies, maple syrups, maple cream, taffy, and other delicious confectionaries are made on-site and available only from their store.
Manchester, NH, boasts several premier attractions like microbreweries, theaters, museums, and art galleries. What makes it stand out is it’s also the site of one of the two New Hampshire houses designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The unique home can be toured via the Currier Museum of Art.
At the end of a long day of fishing, hiking, or exploring in an Airstream rental, kick up your heels by a crackling campfire. Far from the light pollution of cities, the stars overhead are as bright as diamonds.
Find your perfect RV camping adventure in New Hampshire when you book an RV rental in Hillsborough County today.