E-mail this page to a Friend!
Bookmark this page!
Photos and information about Bear Brook State Park, Allenstown, NH
Summer 2018

Annual Events
Boats & Marine
Bridal & Tuxedos
Farm Stands, Markets
Garden Centers
Golf Courses
Ice Cream Stands
Lawns & Landscaping
Pool Contractors
Rides & Tours
Summer Camps
Wedding Resources
Used Car Dealers

About Us
Apartments for Rent
Arts, Museums & Music
Bed & Breakfasts
Bridal & Tuxedos
Cabins & Cottages
Car Dealers
Get A Web Site
Gun Shops
Kid's Page
List Your Site
Malls & Shopping
Movie Theaters
Photo Gallery
Real Estate Agents

Reference Desk
Terms of Use
Tourist Helps
Video For Your Site
Web Site Optimization

Search Directory NH


New Hampshire Facts
NH Cities & Towns
NH City & Town Clerks
NH Photo Gallery
Other NH Sites

Search Tips

NH Cabins & Cottages
NH Foliage Report
NH Lottery
NH Movie Guide
NH Photo Gallery
NH Ski Reports

NH State Parks
NH Weather
Recreation NH
Wedding Planner

Bear Brook State Park

Bear Brook State Park in Allentown has been known to generations as a favorite swimming hole but it truly is so much more! Its nearly 10,000 acres provides plenty to do! - Click on any image for a larger photo.
The original structures were built in the 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps, and many still stand. This shelter is newer, available by reservation, and is a popular spot for weddings, company picnics and family gatherings. It has a wonderful fire place, an oversized cooking grill and a huge sink with running water.
The park has an excellent camping area well removed from the day use facilities. Campers have their own beach, playground, a camp store, a ball field and comfortable rest areas. Shown here is campsite #51.
The park is home to three museums: a Camping Museum, the Civilian Conservation Corp Museum and the Nature Center. Its always best to call ahead (603-485-9874) to verify their operating hours.
Bear Brook has excellent day use facilities too. There is a physical fitness course, a fly fishing pond, an archery course with targets and hiking trails. Snowmobiling and X-Country skiing are popular in the winter. A foot bridge on the archery course is shown here.

Back To State Park Photos
Photo Menu

All Photography Copyright 2002-2004 by George C. Jobel - All Rights Reserved


                                                                              Copyright  2002 - 2018 by George C. Jobel --  All Rights Reserved.