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Welcome to beautiful Pittsburg, NH

Tucked away in the Great North Woods of Pittsburg New Hampshire, enjoy views of the mountains in our newly built year round cabins. We are a short distance to the many lakes in Pittsburg. The perfect destination for your relaxing vacation. Snowmobile or ATV right from our cabins to hundreds of miles of trails. At the end of the day enjoy a campfire, gorgeous sunsets and star gazing

Things to do in the area!

We are located in the heart of snowmobiling country. Pittsburg is world known for its premier snowmobile trails and very long winters, averaging over 10 feet of snow a season. Snowmobiling usually begins mid Dec. with riding into April. The local club, the Pittsburg Ridge Runners , maintain and groom hundreds of miles of trails which connect to trails throughout the state and to Maine, Vermont and Canada. Begin your snowmobile adventure right from our cabins. We groom a local trail which meets the main trail system at Lake Francis State Park. Bring along some bread or a granola bar to share with Canadian Jays you will find at many trail intersections. These birds are quite friendly and always hungry.

Love winter and want to burn some calories? Grab some snow-shoes or cross country skis. The trails used by snowmobiles are shared with snowshoers, cross country skiers and dogsleds.

From Memorial Day weekend to early October ride your ATV right from our cabins. The Great North Woods Riders ATV Club trail system offers over 100 miles of ATV trails. The trail system has been highlighted on Brian Fisher's ATV World. Trails vary from gravel logging roads to more technical chain saw trails. Enjoy a weekend out in the woods, there are beautiful views from Shatney Mountain and you can even stop along Indian Stream for some fishing. http://www.greatnorthwoodsatv.org/

Lace up some good sneakers or hiking boots and head out for the trails. There are many hiking trails to enjoy in the area. Some of the favorite locations to visit include Fourth Connecticut Lake, Garfield Falls, Magalloway Fire Tower, Little Hellgate Falls, Indian Stream Canyon, Monadnock Mountain and The Cohos Trail. There are varying trails depending on your ability. Grab some snacks, water and a jacket (it can get chilly out there). Don't forget the camera; you are sure to see breath taking views. Maps of the local trails are available. Visit the Cohos trail website for additional trail information.

Garfield Falls

located off Magalloway Road and just a short hike to a beautiful waterfall tucked in the woods.

Magalloway Lookout Tower

Located off Magalloway Road, hike to a fire tower and enjoy fantastic views of mountains and surrounding lakes. You can also see Maine and Canada from the tower. There's lots of wildlife to watch. Moose, deer, bear, and loons can be seen through out the area. There are three covered bridges in Pittsburg. Snowmobile from our cabins to the hundreds of miles of trails that lead to Maine, Vermont and Canada. ATV trails are open from mid spring to the end of October. Fall foliage comes early in the North Country, color peaks mid to late September.

An outdoorsman's paradise

The Connecticut Lakes and many streams offer great fishing for trout and salmon. Bring your kayak or canoe and enjoy the serenity of the area on the open lakes. A great destination for hunting, with thousands of acres of forest to track your game.

Scenic drives are abundant in Pittsburg and the surrounding area. Fall arrives early in the North Country, usually mid to late September is peak leaf peeping. Pittsburg is well known for Moose Alley, moose are common on this stretch of Rte 3 north of First Connecticut Lake to the Canadian Border. While driving through town visit one or all three of our covered bridges, River Road, Bacon Bridge and Happy Corner bridge, take a stroll and a few pictures its like taking you back in time. On your way, stop by Beaver Brook Falls on Route 145. This beautiful waterfall can be seen right from the road, there are also trails around the falls to explore.

Like to fish? We have lots of water to explore, lakes, rivers, streams and ponds. Whether you enjoy fly fishing or launching your boat there are plenty of bodies of water for the avid angler. Spend a cool morning or lazy afternoon fishing for brook, brown, rainbow trout or landlock salmon.

Take a canoe or kayak on the lake. We offer kayaks for rent. Kayaking is a great way to get further into the wilderness, head to East Inlet and see the large eagle's nest. Watch and listen to the loon. Keep your eyes open sometimes you can even see a moose by the shore.

Prefer to be on two wheels?

We have some nice areas to take your mountain bike. Many of the logging roads are open to biking, head to East Inlet, Boundary Pond or Cedar Stream Road to name a few.

The Nightlife

what is there to do when night sets in? Head to Moose Alley to try and catch a glimpse our one of our favorite neighbors, the moose. Deer are also out a about in the dusk hours. Listen carefully you may hear the calling of the loon or the howl of the coyote. Each of our cabins has its own campfire pit. Enjoy an evening by the fire watching the stars, toasting marshmallows, and enjoying the company of those you are with.

Need provisions?

There are several stores in town which offer a variety of groceries: Young's Store and Dubes Pitstop. Fine dining restaurants include: The Rainbow Grille and Murphy's Steakhouse. Casual dining: Tracey's Hillside and Indian Stream Eatery (you have to try the mud bog pie).

Events

Looking for events happening in the area check out our face book page we try to keep our page up to date with information about what's happening in the Great North Woods. You can also visit the North Country Chamber of Commerce website or NH Grand