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Pisgah State Park

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Pisgah State Park is a public recreation area located in the Cheshire County towns of Winchester, Chesterfield, and Hinsdale in New Hampshire. It is the largest state park in New Hampshire, covering over 13,300 acres of land. The park contains a complete watershed north of the Ashuelot River, seven ponds, four highland ridges, and numerous wetlands. The park is open year-round for hiking, and certain trails are also open for mountain biking, ATV, and snowmobile use. There are six trailheads around the park that provide free access to the public. Despite its size and the variety of activities it offers, Pisgah State Park is maintained by a single staff member and volunteers who take care of 55 miles of trails within 21 square miles of rugged terrain.

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NH State Parks
520 Old Chesterfield Road
Winchester, NH 03470