Miller State Park RV & Campground Guide

New Hampshire

Located in Temple and Peterborough, Miller State Park is the oldest state park in New Hampshire. Founded in 1891, the park has more than 530 acres that you can explore, which includes Pack Monadnock. The size of the park grew significantly due to donations from the state and local residents. Miller State Park opens every year around the middle of May and closes near the middle of November before the first snowfall. All residents over the age of 65 receive free admission to the park.

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Spring 33-67 F
Summer 53-80 F
Fall 39-71 F
Winter 14-36 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Miller State Park

Enjoy the convenience of coming and going whenever you want and the freedom to visit all of New Hampshire's state parks with an RV. Renting from RVshare makes finding an RV rental in nearby Merrimack a breeze.

Cozy Pond Camping Resort

Joe and Liz DiPrima own and operate Cozy Pond Camping Resort. They welcome all guests with friendly smiles and offer nightly, weekly, and monthly rates. Stop by the on-site store to pick up groceries and camping essentials after setting up on one of the spacious sites.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: No

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Dog pond, country store, bathhouse, pavilion, rec hall, arcade games, cable television

Seven Maples Campground

Sign up for daily activities at Seven Maples Campground, which include social events and potluck dinners. Located on a 54-acre farm, the campground features a large swimming pool with an attached slide and a playground for kids. Visit the private fishing pond stocked with trout, and rent a kayak for the day.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Swimming pool, planned activities, kayak rentals, fishing pond, rec hall, group camping area

Field & Stream RV Park

Conveniently located on the border between Massachusetts and New Hampshire, Field & Stream RV Park is one of the only campgrounds near Miller State Park that is open year-round. Take a hot shower in the bathhouse after a day of fishing in the on-site pond, or take your kids to the play area. The campground has a propane filling station and laundry facilities, too.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Laundry facilities, daily/weekly/seasonal rates, play area, fishing pond, propane filling station

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What to Do at
Miller State Park

Inside Miller State Park

Hike the 3 acres surrounding Pack Monadnock to reach the summit overlook at the top that sits more than 2,200 feet above the ground. Drive along the paved road leading into the park to see the leaves change and the wild animals that play in the woods. The Wapack Trail runs for more than 20 miles and takes you through both New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Take in breathtaking views from the fire lookout tower, too.

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How to Get to
Miller State Park

From I-91, take Exit 3 to Chesterfield Road. Travel approximately 2.4 miles to NH-9 E. This road picks up NH-101 as it moves toward the eastern half of the state. Follow for 39 miles until you reach Wilton Road, which turns into Miller Park Road. Stay on the road, and look for the Miller State Park entrance sign.

Entering Miller State Park

The park is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. September 7 through October 25 and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. October 26 through November 14.

Miller State Park Per adult : $4.0

Miller State Park Per child (6-11) : $2.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Miller State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Miller State Park?

Miller State Park is open daily from mid-May to late October. It is open on weekends from mid-April to mid-May and late October to first snowfall. When the park is open, visitors can drive to the summit and facilities are available.

What is the climate of Miller State Park?

The park is in a four-season humid continental climate. Summers are generally long, warm, and humid. Winters are cold and snowy. Spring and fall are short transition seasons. Precipitation is spread across the year.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Miller State Park?

Camping is not permitted in Miller State Park. Camping is available in Monadnock State Park, which is 13.6 miles away. You can also camp in Greenfield State Park, which is 10.6 miles away.

Are pets allowed at Miller State Park?

Yes, pets are allowed and they must be leashed at all times within the park with a maximum 6-feet standard or retractable leash. Leashed pets are also permitted on the trails.

Is Miller State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

Miller State Park has many improvements that make its features accessible to all visitors. These include reserved parking spaces, accessible restrooms, wheelchair ramps, and hardened surfaces on walkways and trails.