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Grafton Pond is a 1.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Grafton, New Hampshire that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and canoeing and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.4 mi Elevation gain 111 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Hiking Paddle sports Running Lake
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Mandy Corrigan
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Not a 3.4 mile trail. This needs to be edited. Trail goes for under a mile and is half on a road at that. This is a pond, bring yourself a floatation device and a picnic you'll have a better time than running or hiking here. No beach.

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DJ Daigneau
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Short & sweet! Bring kayaks and enjoy a pond unhabited by humans! Look for loons too.

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Sarah Conway
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This is not a 3.4 mile trail as others have posted. The trail ends at the pond and is only 1/4 mile at the most. The pond is beautiful especially in the fall, but the hike was disappointing. We walked down the road a bit to extend our hike but that wasn't much fun.

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Jaden Farris
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Lauri Friedman
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disappointing. no trail here. just s short walk to see the pond. same on the other side of trail as well. poorly maintained.

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Mark Giovagnoli
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simple short hike to the water maybe quarter mile. no other trails once your at the water

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Robert Ogborn
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Fun hike ... relaxing ... alot of streams running high though ... did it in flip floppies

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Azra Palo
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Kristian Sanchez
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Mark Lehtola Jr.
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Alan Perkins
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Julie Cummings
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Joe Breznick
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