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Coleman State Park & Campground
Phone: 603-237-5382

Location: Off Route 26, Little Diamond Pond Rd, Stewartstown

Activities: Camping, fishing, boating

Amenities: Many of Coleman's sites can accommodate most camping equipment including self-contained recreational vehicles with maximum length of 35 feet; hook-ups are not available. Flush toilets, coin-operated showers, along with pit toilets, a playground, and a dump station are available. Organized youth group camping is welcome in the park. Reservations are required.

Fees:
Day use: $4 for adults; $2 for children ages 6-11; children ages 5 and under and NH residents age 65 and over are admitted free.
Camping: $23 (no hookups). Rates cover two adults and two children on the site. Each additional adult, $10, and each additional child is $5. The maximum number of adults per site is 4. Seniors receive a $5 per site per night, except holidays and when holiday weekend minimum stays are applied.

Operation Schedule:
Day Use: Year-round
Camping: Coleman State Park offers 24 campsites. Self-service/self-pay camping is available starting May 9, 2007, weather permitting. Reserved camping with full staffing and facilities available weekends starting May 23, 2008 through October 13. Midweek during that time it is first-come, first-serve and closing on October 31, 2008. Reservations for campsites may be made by calling the Reservation Office, Monday through Friday, from January through the end of the season.

Acreage: 1,530.5 acres

Waterfront: Little Diamond Pond

Pets: Pets are allowed at the park but must be leashed at all times.


More Information: Day-Use
Coleman State Park lies on the shore of Little Diamond Pond in Stewartstown, twelve miles east of Colebrook in New Hampshire's remote north country. The excellent trout fishing in Little Diamond Pond and nearby streams makes Coleman an excellent location for fishing enthusiasts. A boat launch is located within the park; small boats are permitted, but speed is restricted. It is also a good base for fall hunting. Other activities offered at the park include hiking, canoeing, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing. The park is the northern terminus of the Androscoggin Trail, a hiking path that extends 55 miles south to Berlin.

Camping
The primitive campground, open mid-May to end-October, offers 24 campsites. Many of the sites can accommodate most camping equipment including self-contained recreational vehicles with a maximum length of 35 feet; hookups are not available. Modern toilets, playground and a dump station are available. Late fall campers should be aware that there is no running water in the campground from mid-October for the remainder of the season. Reservations are accepted and may be made by calling the Reservation Center January through the end of the season, Monday through Friday, at 603/271-3628. Many sites are kept available for those visitors that prefer camping on a first come - first serve basis.

Group-Use
Organized youth group camping is welcome in the park.

Reservations for group camping are required and may be made by calling the Reservation Center at 603/271-3628.


Youth group camping rates include the following:
$5 per youth (under 18) per night
$5 per leader (1 leader for every 4 youths) per night
$25 deposit fee

One adult leader for every four children is required and allowed at the above rate for overnight camping.

Additional adults pay the regular service charge.

Important: This information was posted on June 1, 2008 and all information, services and fees are subject to change.