Pittsburg is a town in Coos County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 869 at the 2010 census. It is the northernmost town in New Hampshire and the largest town by area in the state – and in New England as well – more than twice the size of the next largest town, Lincoln. U.S. Route 3 is the only major highway in the town, although the northern terminus of New Hampshire Route 145 also lies within Pittsburg.
Restaurants in Pittsburg
5 based on 56 reviews
Popular scenic hiking area.
This is one of many Natural Wonders in the area. Spring is a great time to catch the mighty magnificence of the falls, but it is truly beautiful in all seasons-even when almost frozen. There are hiking/walking trails and a little pavilion to have a relaxing lunch in the Great North Woods.
5 based on 110 reviews
There are a four lakes with the name Connecticut attached ..First Ct Lake, 2nd CT lake 3rd and 4th Ct lake, all very large and separate locations.If you choose to, you can hike to the origin of the Connecticut river up near the Canadian border.
5 based on 68 reviews
We are a one stop shopping experience. We sell NH and Maine licenses and OHRV registrations, groceries, beer, and wine. We also stock hunting and fishing supplies and live bait. In addition, we make some really great breakfast sandwiches and fudge right on the premises ! We provide free services such as cell service, wifi, and fire permits. And lets not forget our huge selection of reasonably priced gifts and souvenirs ! We are conveniently open at 7 AM everyday
Amazing all the things they have in that one store! We got breakfast sandwiches there too and they were very good. The prices are better than Young's and I wish I would have gone here first. I would have saved a lot. I will definitely be going there first next time we are in the area.
5 based on 45 reviews
We stayed here for half a week on recommendation from someone we met while vacationing in VA. Being in our own state, we figured we should try out the northern-est point in our state.
It's very quiet here and a fisherman's paradise. Campground is small. We stayed at site 20, with W/E, which is almost unheard of at a state campground in NH. Lots of ATVers in the area. It's THE thing to do. Place was central to hike out in the nowheres of NH.
Although they advertise "Moose Alley" l, there are NO moose to be seen on the roads at dusk or night. We've done. LOT of moose spotting over the years and the population is down because of ticks. There aren't hardly ANY "moshy" pits on the side of the roads here. We actually had to drive all the way to Dixville Notch to see ONE moose, although there are tracks everywhere.
Very clean campground. Showers are HIGH pressure, hot and among the cleanest we've seen. Staff is GREAT and helpful to point out good hiking & kayaking spots.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Embrace your inner trailblazer with New Hampshire’s premium Polaris outfitter, Bear Rock Adventures. As “Your Guide to the Wilds,” Bear Rock Adventures offers fully-equipped ATVs and side-by-sides (2, 4 and 6-seat options) with electric start, reverse, 4-wheel drive, automatic transmissions and power steering for smooth, effortless maneuvering. Whether you're a single rider or a family of six, get ready to experience over 1,000 miles of Ride the Wilds interconnected trails throughout Northern New Hampshire where you are free to explore on half, full, or multi-day excursions. Pick your own adventure with customized itineraries, perfect for families and thrill-seekers alike. Guided tours also available. Bear Rock Adventures provides a safe, turnkey way to ATV with the latest gear including safety helmets and goggles, cutting-edge GPS and Bluetooth technology as well as storage compartments for your riding gear, maps, picnic lunches and camera to capture the ultimate memory. Bear Rock Adventures is open May 26 through September 30, 2017. Make your reservation today.
Bear Rock Adventures ! What a great way to explore the great outdoors of Northern New Hampshire on a Polaris Razor. We were directed to the best stops along the Ride the Wilds trails while traveling 70 miles through scenic routes, adrenaline rush trails steep...MoreWe are very fortunate to have the vast variety of terrain throughout our trail system. I'm very pleased to hear you enjoyed your experience not only at Bear Rock Adventures but your overall experience driving our side-by-side here in the Great North Woods. Happy Trails!
4.5 based on 41 reviews
We like to get away to Pittsburg whenever we can. Theses something calming about the quiet seclusion. We hiked Magalloway Mountain and Garfield Falls on the same day. It's quite a drive down an old logging dirt road for about 12 miles.
It's about a 10 minute hike. All downhill to get to the falls but remember, on the way out it's all uphill. The air is so clean with the smell of pine.
5 based on 24 reviews
The upper Connecticut River in Pittsburg NH is an outstanding example of a white water river and is known for its trout fishing. There are numerous places to pull over ad go down to the river and there are several parks and boat accesses.
The river starts within yards of the Canadian border north of Pittsburg in moose country. It wends its way through four lakes, aptly named Lake Number 4, Lake Number 3, etc. Four is the northernmost. As the river flows from 2 to 1 and from 1 to the flood control Lake Francis, there are numerous trout - browns and rainbows, There is also landlocked salmon and bass in the lakes. The river is accessible and fun to fish.
5 based on 14 reviews
Northern NH Snowmobile Tours is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
My husband, son and best friend went out for the first time in our lives with Russ for three thrilling days of snowmobile riding. We had come into the experience somewhat hesitant wondering whether a guide might hinder our adventure! To our wonderful delight not only did we feel absolutely supported in safety, called on for progressive ability and challenged, but it was a real blast. We all had complete confidence in Russ, our guide, mentor and now good friend, and highly recommend him for a thrilling snowmobile adventure.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
First off: Make sure you take the Bobcat trail UP and the Coot trail down. It makes a nice loop and Coot would not the the trail to go UP.
The top was better than expected for the short hike up. There's a couple first cabins up there, a fire pit, and a great fire tower to climb and get a terrific view of the surrounding forests. There's a grassy area with a picnic table even and you could easily stay a couple hours up there. There's a couple short spurs that lead to great views at the top as well.
Make sure you have good directions, because the logging roads (that were well maintained) don't tell you much by way of signage to get there.
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