Rhododendron State Park, 2.5 mi. w. off SR 119 following signs, encompasses 2,723 acres and is noted for its 16 acres of native rhododendron maximum, considered to be one of the largest stands of the hardy shrub north of the Alleghenies. The bushes, some of which exceed 20 feet in height, usually bloom in mid-July.
A .6-mile path encircles the grove; pets are not permitted on the path. Leashed pets are permitted on the 1-mile Little Monadnock Mountain Trail. The park offers views of Mount Monadnock and other mountains in the region.
Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.). Picnicking is permitted.