Hamlin-Eames-Smyth Park and Trails

Meredith Lakes

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Hamlin Trail is a 4.5-mile loop trail near Meredith, New Hampshire. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 2 h 2 min to complete. This is a popular trail for hiking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. Dogs are welcome and may be off-leash in some areas.





Google Reviews

65 reviews
  • RAT Transfer
    RAT Transfer
    a month ago

    Super New Years hike to Crockett Point... What a great place. We have only scratched the surface on all that is available. We will definitely come back and do other routes. The view from the point is really super. It is a lovely area. Parking is a bit limited... Not sure where to park for overflow if the lot is full. Great area and not to be missed!

  • Kim Kortz
    Kim Kortz
    4 months ago

    Great hiking, and dog friendly. Plenty of interesting terrain and elevation changes. There a couple nice view points.

  • Tim Carter
    Tim Carter
    5 years ago

    It's hard not to give this hidden gemstone a 5-star review. If I give everyplace 5 stars, then my reviews will be suspect. I live just two miles from this natural wonder. It's a wonderful town park and it's loaded with geology, ponds, stunning views across Lake Wickwas and more. On a nice summer or fall day you can take the one long loop trail and eat lunch, or a snack, at the one granite outcropping overlooking the lake. The trails are very well maintained. I always feel safe here. My last trip was with my family while my oldest daughter was in town visiting from California. Here are both my daughters looking out across Wickwas Lake.

  • Steve Laramie
    Steve Laramie
    a year ago

    This place has trails for everyone. Easier trails are the blue ones, red for a little more of a challenge. Keep the dog on leash near the ledges!

  • Shawna Tinkham
    Shawna Tinkham
    2 years ago

    This was a great find! I never knew these trails existed. We did a two mile relatively easy hike but there are lots of options. It is icy so I would suggest cramp ons.

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