The short, winding Miller Park Road byway traverses a portion of the 533-acre Miller State Park, New Hampshire’s oldest state park. The 2,290-foot Pack Monadnock Mountain summit is a stunning visual highlight.
1.4 miles: 0 hours, 6 minutes
Seasonal route: The road is subject to closure in winter. This 1.4-mile drive on Miller Park Road through Miller State Park begins at the junction of SR 101. It winds its way to the top of Pack Monadnock—a bald knob offering expansive views of the surrounding countryside. The summit road is open daily in summer but is only open on weekends in spring and fall.