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Phone 6032713254
172 Pembroke Road
Concord, New Hampshire
United States
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The State Forestry Commission was established in 1893. By then the state had already acquired what was to become its first state park property, Miller State Park in Peterborough, New Hampshire. Early on the Commission recognized and promoted the importance of forests as multiple-use areas valued for their sawlogs but also for their recreational uses.
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The state quickly acquired properties as state parks. In 1961 and 1985, the legislature clearly and appropriately
defined the purposes of the State Park System codified as RSA 216-A:1. They are, in
order of priority:
To protect and preserve unusual scenic, scientific, historical, recreational, and natural areas within the state;
To continually provide such additional park areas and facilities as may be necessary to meet the recreational needs of the citizens of all regions of the state;
To make these areas accessible to the public for recreational, education, scientific, and other uses consistent with their protection and preservation; and
To encourage and support tourism and related economic activity within the state.

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