Resources in New Hampshire

NH Resources

Phone numbers, address’s or email address’s – Find resources for the state.

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NH Trails Bureau click


State wide Bike Route  click

State Bike/Ped maps – Click


General Guidelines – All powered boats, sailboats and sailboards (12 feet and over in length) must be registered.  If your boat is registered in another state, its registration is recognized in NH for up to 30 consecutive days.

You must have a NH Certificate of Registration and validation decals to legally operate your vessel on public waters in NH. This includes motorboats of any size (Including those with electric motors) and sailboats or sailboards 12ft. in length or longer.

NH has a mandatory boating education law.  Anyone ages 16 through 31 operating a vessel over 25 horse power must have a boating education certificate.  If you would like more info call 1-888-254-2125.

For a Complete list of Boat Launches Write to: 

              NH Fish & Game Department

              2 Hazen Drive,

              Concord, NH  03301

     Email NH Fish & Game

Boating Safety Course: Motor boats over 25 hp must complete a certified boater safety course. Pre-registration is required

and may be done by the  NH Marine Patrol  or calling  1-888-254-2125

For specific Boating questions, email NH Marine Patrol

NH Boating Education click

NH Boat Registration (603) 271-2333

NH Coastal Program  click


List of NH Campgrounds – Camping

NH State Parks Campground – Camping

State of New Hampshire State Parks

State Parks Campgrounds  Reservations Office: 603-271-3628

fax: 603-271-2747

EmailNH State Parks
Mailing Address: Camping Reservations, Division of Parks and Recreation, PO Box 1856, Concord, NH 03302-1856

Contact Us


NH Outdoors

PO Box 232

Danbury, NH  03230

                   Email address:       

Just so you know:

1. Reservations – We list All the Campgrounds – Golf courses – Ski areas in NH…We do not take reservations for other sites you will have to either call or email them directly.

2Printed Material – Please don’t ask us to send you any printed material, we have no brochures or booklets to send.

3. Products – We don’t sell anything listed on our site – Other people sell their goods.
Foreign countries, please don’t inquire about our prices or shipping mass quantities of anything!

4. Suggestions for web site – If you have a suggestion, please send it here. We’ll do our best to get it added soon.

5. Link requests:  We have two link pages

    NH Links – NH Links only  Links

    Outdoors Links – Links from around the World  Links

6. Questions – We get tons of questions concerning Outdoor Recreation, we are not NH Fish & Game – we only post their material on our site.  To email them directly


              NH Fish & Game Department

              2 Hazen Drive,

              Concord, NH  03301

     Email NH Fish & Game


2 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03301-6500
(603)271-1438 (fax)
Email NH Fish & Game 

          Find out about fish species or lakes in the state.

State licenses are required for all persons 16 and older who wish to fish in inland waters.
Purchase NH Fish & Game License 


Appalachian Trail click

Hike Safe – Click

Rails to Trails click

NH State Parks

State of New Hampshire State Parks
Department of Resources and Economic Development
Division of Parks and Recreation
(603) 271-3556

Rates & Fees of State Parksclick

Reservations Office: 603-271-3628
fax: 603-271-2747
Mailing Address: Camping Reservations, Division of Parks and Recreation, PO Box 1856, Concord, NH 03302-1856

NH State Park Pet Policy – Click

Other Resources



Department of Resources and economic development  click

Division of Forests and Lands  click

NH Coastal Program  click

NH Government

NH National Forest  click


NH State Parks Publication Listing of State Parks, campgrounds
Official State Guidebook
NH Ski Guides  Trail MapsSnowmobiling Regional Maps
Bike MapsStatewide Bicycle Route
ATV Trail Maps


State Symbols


   Animal – White Tailed Deer

   Amphibian – Red-Spotted Newt

   Bird – Purple Finch

   Butterfly – Karner Blue

   Flower – Purple Lilac

   Freshwater Fame Fish – Brook Trout

   Gem – Smokey Quartz

   Insect – Ladybug

   Mineral – Beryl

   Rock – Granite

   Tree – White Birch

   Saltwater Fame Fish – Stripped Bass

   Sport – Skiing

   Wildflower – Pink Lady slipper

New Hampshire was the 9th state to join the United States of America. New Hampshire officially became a state on June 21, 1788. The capital city is Concord, but the largest city is Manchester.

Here are some official state symbols to help you get to know New Hampshire better.

  • State Abbreviation – NH
  • State Nickname – Granite State
  • State Sport – Skiing
  • State Mineral – Beryl

Did you know that New Hampshire is the 46th biggest state in the USA? The territory spans 9,351 square miles.