Pisgah State Park
Tucked away in the southwestern corner of New Hampshire, Pisgah is a 13,300-acre oasis of rolling hills, dense forests, and sprawling wetlands. Spring is the perfect time to take advantage of the park’s diverse habitat to enjoy returning songbirds, colorful wildflowers, and scenic viewpoints.
Hike: A good introduction is an 8-mile loop that combines the Kilburn Road, Pisgah Ridge, Reservoir Road, Baker Pond, and Davis Hill trails.
Trailhead: Located on Route 63 in Hinsdale, 4.5 miles south of Route 9. www.nhstateparks.org