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Its like its own little world

I've been here a few times with my two young daughters. It is a real easy walk and they really... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2016
NETraveler35
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Nashua, New Hampshire
via mobile
Wild and uncultred

Larger than I thought it would be. Cool trails. Natural setting. Unfortunately they were not in... read more

Reviewed 26 June 2016
Marc G
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The park features beautiful, wild rhododendrons.
  • Excellent43%
  • Very good51%
  • Average6%
  • Poor0%
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18 Aug 2016
“Its like its own little world”
25 Jun 2016
“Wild and uncultred”
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Fitzwilliam, NH
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Reviewed 19 August 2016 via mobile

I've been here a few times with my two young daughters. It is a real easy walk and they really enjoy it. Its is a micro environment like a mini rainforest. Off season, anytime besides the July bloom, it is very quiet.

Thank NETraveler35
Reviewed 26 June 2016

Larger than I thought it would be. Cool trails. Natural setting. Unfortunately they were not in bloom yet. Nice short hike.

Thank Marc G
Reviewed 10 June 2016

My daughter and I both love Rhodies and decided to take this trip. It was well worth it.. well thought out hiking path with large stands of these glorious bushes. Cool and calming.

Thank Kathy B
Reviewed 24 August 2015

We stopped here to hike the moderate trail to Little Monadnock summit (2.4 r/t) as a warm up to our planned hike of Mt. Monadnock the next day. From the summit of Little Monadnock you can see Grand Monadnock in the distance. We encountered only...More

1  Thank trailguy1
Reviewed 12 September 2014

This place is a gem and should be a stop if you nearby. It is a perfect place to walk with the young and the old to enjoy a natural setting and easy path to follow. Rhododendrums are next to you, on top of you,...More

4  Thank SavvyTravvies
Reviewed 25 July 2014

This was a fun place to visit,but difficult to locate, as our GPS wasn't able to easily find the location. Once we found signs, however, we managed to get to the park. It's a small park with beautiful path ways, and the flowers were still...More

3  Thank Teaches2nd
Reviewed 2 February 2014

I was the only one in the park on a Friday morning in late January. It was pretty cool running down the main trail with all of the Rhododendrons drooping. I bet is it something else in full bloom. There had been a number of...More

Thank dave d
Reviewed 1 July 2013

This is a great little park if you are in the area. Would I drive 100 or even 50 miles out of my way for it, probably not. If I was in the area, looking for a hike/walk in the woods or a place to...More

3  Thank troy mcclure
Reviewed 24 June 2013

We ran the loop twice hunting for smurfs. Trails are smooth, flat and fast. Little Monadnock trail goes off of this trail.

2  Thank Rachel M
Reviewed 16 March 2013

We visited the Rhododendron State Park in Fitzwilliam, NH while we were visiting family in nearby MA. It was a little hard to find since we were not familiar with the area. According to the information we read, it was supposed to be within the...More

2  Thank 2doglady
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Are the rhododendrons blooming yet? We went last year around mid July and they were already past...still a few on the trees but I would love to see them in full bloom
8 July 2016|
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Response from Kathy B | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, they have gone by. I would plan your trip around mid June. They are spectacular!
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