Miller State Park


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Miller State Park


Location:Off NH Route 101, 3 miles east of Peterborough.
Facilities:Picnic sites, trails, scenic auto road, fire tower.
Activities:Hiking, winter use.
Special Features:Established in 1891, Park is the oldest state park in New Hampshire. It is named for General James Miller, hero of the Battle of Lundy's Lane in the War of 1812. A scenic auto road to the top of Pack Monadnock has great views, and a climb to the top of the fire tower offers a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside. Three trails provide hikers with access from the base to the 2,290-foot summit.
Address:Rt 101E
Peterborough, NH 03458

Phone:603-924-3672
Web: www.nhstateparks.org/ParksPages/Miller/Miller.html
Size: 533 acres.

See other parks in New Hampshire.