Welcome to the 2014 Discover the Power of Parks program! Our interpreters from the Student Conservation Association are based out of Lafayette Campground and have planned a whole summer of informative and fun programs for you to take advantage of while visiting Franconia Notch State Park.
Discover the Power of Parks Interpretive Ranger Program
Their programs highlight local history, ecology and traditional lore through both the spoken word and activities. Information-packed hikes are more than just guided walks, they’re imaginative explorations of the wildlife habits and habitats of amphibians, black bears, fish and many more species. The program is made possible through our partnership with New Hampshire State Parks with generous funding from Public Service of New Hampshire.
Download the PDF of the September 2014 Program Schedule & Desriptions here!
SKYWATCHING - October 2nd (rescheduled from September 11 due to weather)
This special program will take place from 8-11pm in the field by the hiker
information cabin at Lafayette Campground with one of our interpreters and
the New Hampshire Astronomical Society. Get more details here!
And don't forget you can also follow their blogs online! Links to the latest below...
If I can do it
People make the place
Living in bear country
From hotels to hiking trails
Like the Pemi River Flows
Here's to Another 20 Years