Rhododendron State Park is named after the 16-acre grove of Rhododendron Maximum, which is the focal point of the park. A 0.6 mile-long universally accessible trail encircles the grove allowing visitors to observe, close up, the fragrant clusters of pink blossoms as they burst into bloom in mid-July. A wildflower trail, maintained by the Fitzwilliam Garden Club, winds through the forest adjacent to the grove. From early spring to the first frost, wildflowers bloom throughout the 2,723-acre park. The last blooms in the fall are complemented by the forest's brilliant foliage. Visitors exploring the trails are often serenaded by song birds which live in the grove. The rhododendron grove, which is the largest in northern New England, was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1982.

Love this park! Very shady on the ground trail.

good hike, not much of a view at summit

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Hiked 1st week of Aug 2016... loved this trail..

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Amazing trail

Monday, June 15, 2015

Great little trail for families and beginner hikers, is rugged in places , roots and rocks , beautiful view at the top , I've taken a few first timers there to get the feel of a mountain hike . Most enjoyed it very much. Come in mid July to see the rhododendrums in full bloom. The largest patch in New England , the scenery is beautiful. You'll swear your in a jungle , not New Hampshire

Saturday, October 11, 2014

My favorite place to hike with my puppy! The view at the top is so pretty. I do this hike a couple of times a week.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Monday, September 05, 2016

Sunday, August 09, 2015