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Fundy Trail is known for its good successful wildlife viewing opportunities.

A walk on the Fundy Trail, which borders Burnhams Marsh, can be very enjoyable in the early morning or evening when the beavers, white-tailed deer and great blue heron are most apt to be active. Fundy Trail begins at trail marker 3, left off the park entrance road, just across from the group picnic and group camping areas. Scenic views of Fundy Cove and Pawtuckaway are also enjoyed.

Directions: From Raymond, NH, From SR 101 take Exit 5 north to SR 107. Turn left onto SR 107 then an immediate right onto SR 156. Travel SR 156 about 1 - 2 miles north turning left (west) onto Mountain Road. Travel Mountain Road several miles to the state park. Travel past the contact station to trail marker no. 3. This is the trailhead.

Elevation: 300 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Difficulty: Easy

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Pawtuckaway State Park, New Hampshire

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