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Silver Lake State Park is one of the smaller North Hampshire State Parks at just 80 acres, yet people are drawn to its beautiful 1000-foot beach that curves its way along the shores of the 34 acres of Silver Lake. Silver Lake provides the opportunity for many recreational activities like boating, fishing, and swimming, and there are places where visitors are able to rent kayaks and paddleboats to make the most of the surroundings.
Silver Lake State Park is only open during the summer months, which is when most people choose to rent an RV in Hillsborough County. Once you have had enough of relaxing on the beach, there are plenty of attractions and towns in the surrounding area which are worth exploring for a day a trip, such as the towns of Amherst, Brookline, and Manchester.
One of the most scenic and accessible walks in Silver Lake State Park is the 825-foot Paul F. Wilderman Boardwalk. By using the boardwalk, you can cross the interesting inland swamp without disturbing it. Although this is one of the most well-trodden trails in the park, there are plenty of others to explore, such as the Blue-Blazed Chatfield Trail. Overall there are over 20 miles of hiking trails that extend out into the surrounding forest, offering a full day out from your RV rental.
Although the lake has no public boat launch, carry-in boats are allowed, such as sailboats, kayaks and other small boats. As boats can’t go over 10 mph, it offers a lovely, relaxing boating environment where you are free to explore the shores and your open water at your own pace. Many people come camping at Silver Lake State Park to enjoy the gentle waters with friends and family.
Silver Lake lures anglers year after year who come in the hope of catching some of the native fish species, such as pickerel, smallmouth bass, horned pout, whitefish, and rainbow trout. You never know what you might catch, so it is always worth bringing your fishing gear along with you when you go motorhome camping in the area.
There are a few different options when it comes to finding a place to stay near Silver Lake State Park. One option is Berry’s Grove Campground, which is just a short drive away, ideal for when you rent a camper near Silver Lake State Park. The campground is located on Lake Mascuppic, which is very scenic and offers fishing and swimming opportunities. The sites here are open all year round and have full hookups, including town water and sewer facilities.
Field and Stream RV Park is located in Brookline and is another good option when camping with an RV. The campground is clean and modern, yet offers a quiet and restful retreat. Each site offers water, electric and sewer hookups, as well as cable TV and free WiFi. There are also many other facilities in the park for campers to use, such as laundry, free hot showers, a propane filling station, a play area for the kids, and a fishing pond, plus pets are welcome all year round.
Should you have the kids with you, then a good day trip is to the See Science Center, which is just a half an hour drive away. Located in Manchester, it is open for self-guided exploration of the many exhibit areas where you can feel the forces, freeze your shadow, throw air across the room, and much more. There are exhibits relating to light, electricity, and sound to make a few, all of which aim to create a fun, hands-on learning environment for all visitors, big and small.
The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire is also a fascinating place to visit. The mission of the museum is to preserve the aviation history of the state through hands-on exhibits and programs. For those that are fans of flying, or just want to learn a little more about the history of the area, this museum should be included in your New Hampshire itinerary.
Don’t leave the area without a visit to the Budweiser Brewery Experience. As you walk through the brewery, all your senses will be engaged as you discover the history and process of creating one of America’s most popular beers. Along the way, you’ll get to know the 7-step Brewing process, which was created more than 100 years ago. There are several different tour options available such as the Complimentary Tour, the Beer School, History Tour, and Beermaster Tour, to name just a few.