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Monadnock State Park is found near the small town of Jaffrey, which is in south-central New Hampshire. The nearest larger town is Rindge, which is located less than 10 miles to the south. This is also near the border that the state shares with Massachusetts. The nearest larger city is Manchester, NH, found around 50 miles to the northeast.

Monadnock State Park is situated within New Hampshire's scenic and rugged, White Mountains. All sorts of outdoor recreational activities are available here, from camping and hiking to winter sports. The park's namesake is the large mountain found within its boundaries, which is one of the tallest in the region.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at Monadnock State Park will make it easy to enjoy a wide variety of activities. There are several creeks and ponds located within the park's boundaries. These make for fine places to try out your fishing line or to cool off after a long hike. You can paddle a canoe or kayak along the shores of the larger bodies of water, and search for local wildlife. There are plenty of places to enjoy a picnic lunch near these locations, as well.

The park was named after Mount Monadnock. There are multiple trails to the summit of this uplift that vary in difficulty. If you'd like to experience more of the mountain, you can ascend one trail and descend using another. Much of the final portions of the trails are above the tree line. Stone cairns and colored arrows, painted on the rocks, help to keep you on the trail. Due to the lack of trees, there is very little shade in this area. Hikers should note that during the summer, thunderstorms can blow up quickly, and lightning is especially dangerous above the tree line. Due to lack of shelter, it can also get very windy near the mountain's summit.

There is so much to do at Monadnock State Park! Numerous hiking and biking trails are found all over, and some connect with other trails throughout the nearby region. They vary in both how long they are, as well as how difficult they are to complete. These transition into cross-country ski and snowshoe trails during the winter months. Scenic views are available from many of these, as are animal sightings. This area is especially popular during the fall when leaf colors are at their peak.

Camping at Monadnock State Park

Camping with an RV is easy at Monadnock State Park. There is a small campground within the park boundaries, and several others dot the local area.

The campground at the park is open from early May through mid-October. Pets are not allowed here or on any of the park trails. Bathrooms and showers are available for guests, as is potable water. There is also a camp store where you can pick up supplies.

Field and Stream RV Park is in Brookline, which is around 25 miles southwest of the park. This campground is open throughout the year and offers sites with hookups, as well as WiFi and cable. There are also bathrooms, showers, a laundry facility, and the camp welcomes pets! As there are many fun activities found throughout the local area, many people enjoy RV camping at Monadnock State Park, so locating services nearby shouldn't be a problem.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Cheshire County, you will find all sorts of different things to do. There are several horse-related activities available in Jaffrey. The Silver Ranch Stables offers wagon rides during the warm months, and horse-drawn, sleigh rides when the snow flies. As you can see, there are things to do here throughout the year. There is also Patriot Farm at the Grand View Tours. This locale offers guided horseback riding tours around the local area. You can also visit the Newfoundland Pony Conservancy Center and tour the animals there when reservations are made in advance. State park RV camping puts you within easy reach of many local destinations.

In Rindge, you can visit the Cathedral of the Pines. These peaceful, botanical gardens are intended as a place for quiet meditation and reflection. It is also a memorial to veterans from foreign wars. A small museum highlights the details of some of these military conflicts. It also offers exhibits of model planes and equipment that have been used by the US Military.

Several museums can be found in nearby Keene, which is around 15 miles to the northwest of the park. The Historical Society of Cheshire County highlights the history of the local area. There are various events held here throughout the year, as well. The Horatio Colony Museum is housed in a historic home built in the late 1800s. Collections from the family who lived here are on display, and the home is open for tours. The Cheshire Children's Museum provides hands-own exhibits to entertain the younger members of your group.

When you've been looking for a great place to relax, that offers plenty of scenic views, consider camping at Monadnock State Park. Take a hike up the mountain, check out some local museums, or enjoy a ride on a horse-drawn carriage. Camp in an RV near Jaffrey and enjoy your time in northern New England.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • White Arrow Trail, NHMonadnock State Forest, NH
  • Parker Trail, NHMonadnock State Forest, NH
  • Spellman Trail, NHMonadnock State Forest, NH
  • Cliff Walk via Parker Trail, NHMonadnock State Forest, NH
  • Cascade Link Trail, NHDublin, NH
  • Parker Trail from Poole Reservoir, NHMonadnock State Forest, NH
  • White Cross Trail, NHMonadnock State Park, NH
  • White Dot Trail to Mount Monadock, NHMonadnock State Forest, NH
  • Monadnock Mountain Via Marlboro Trail, NHGay State Forest, NH
  • Halfway House Trail to Mount Rosa Mount Monadnock loop, NHMonadnock State Forest, NH

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