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Nestled beneath Mount Kearsarge, Wadleigh State Park is a wonderful natural place in the very heart of New Hampshire. Located just outside Bradford and an hour away from Manchester, this state park is among the most attractive spots for campers, hikers, and boaters. Dense pine forests, rolling hills, and Kezar Lake offer plenty of opportunities for various outdoor activities.

Wadleigh State Park covers the area of 50 acres. Even though the park is relatively small, it is popular among hikers because they can access the Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway trail from there. When you want to experience one of the less frequented but stunningly beautiful state parks in New Hampshire, book an RV in Merrimack County and head straight to Wadleigh State Park.

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Getting Outdoors

Surrounded by pine forests, Kezar Lake lies in the very center of Wadleigh State Park. It attracts anglers who wish to engage in their favorite hobby somewhere remote and quiet. The lake is not particularly large, but it is regularly stocked with fish. You may reel in a variety of species such as rainbow trout, brown trout, largemouth bass, pickerel, and crappie. There is only one boat ramp on the lake, and it is located at Horse Beach. Some anglers also stay on dry land and fish from the shore, enjoying the gorgeous view of the lake.

Wadleigh State Park campers often choose this place since it is very close to the Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway trail. This trail is suitable for experienced hikers because it is 75 miles long and passes through four state parks, including Wadleigh. Hiking in this area is a great way to get to know New Hampshire. Of course, less experienced hikers could join in on the fun and select a shorter route to conquer. If you want to avoid steeper parts of the trail, ask one of the rangers, and they will point you in the right direction.

Camping at Wadleigh State Park

Wadleigh State Park doesn’t have the infrastructure that can accommodate long vehicles and RVs. However, visitors may stay at the nearby Sandy Beach RV & Camping Resort that is just a short drive away. This campground has everything you could need during the camping trip like large bathrooms, hot showers, picnic areas, free WiFi, and playgrounds for the younger campers. Pets are also welcome here as long as the owners keep a close eye on them.

There are more than one hundred sites for RVs at this campground. The sites are spacious, and the majority of them are in the shade, close to the pine forest. Campers may use water and electric hookups, choosing between 30 and 50 amp power. Full hookups are not available here, so keep that in mind. There is a store within the campground, and you may purchase snacks and beverages there. Making a reservation in advance is generally recommended because the campground may get a bit crowded during the summer.

Exploring the Area

Located in New England, Manchester is a lovely city with plenty of museums, art galleries, and historical buildings. The city is just a short drive away from Wadleigh State Park. When you are camping with an RV there, don’t miss a chance to tour this gorgeous place. Art aficionados could enjoy a visit to the Currier Museum of Art. This art museum was founded by Moody Currier, a former governor of New Hampshire, and his wife, Hannah Slade Currier. Visitors may view artwork created by the most celebrated American and European artists such as Picasso, O’Keeffe, and Monet. If you want to learn more about each piece displayed here, go on a guided tour of the museum.

Zimmerman House is an absolute must-see if you happen to be camping at Wadleigh State Park. It was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and the house is open to the public. Inside, visitors can view various art pieces ranging from paintings to sculptures. The house itself is a true masterpiece and proves why Wright is regarded as one of the best modern architects of his time. Tourists may also see the gardens and go on a pleasant stroll around the house.

Manchester has a lot to offer to its visitors, and the culinary scene here is extraordinary. There are numerous restaurants downtown where you may grab a bite to eat. From high-end establishments to small places offering local meals – everyone can find something that will satisfy their taste buds.

Should you wish to expand your New Hampshire adventure while at Wadleigh State Park, don't forget to fill up at one of the local gas stations before heading out in your RV rental.

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