Things to Do In and Around Stratford
Stratford is part of the Ride The Wilds Trails.
Local club: North Country ATV Club_
All Clubs: New Hampshire Trails
Canoeing & Kayaking
Stratford has two Connecticut River access points - one in the Hollow at Maidstone Bridge and the other off Main Street in North Stratford. So grab your canoe or Kayak and start paddling or check out:
With thousands of miles of trails to hike (including the Appalachian), you'll never be bored.
Hikes in the region_
New Hampshire Trails
The Appalachian Trail
National Park Service website
Appalachian Trail Conservancy_
Percy Peaks Trail
trailhead off Nash Stream, near Stratford Hollow
Hunting & Fishing
Hunt moose, deer, bear, wild turkey and other game. Go fly fishing, angling, or ice fishing in the area's rivers, lakes and ponds. Hunting & fishing information and licenses available at:
For a little indoor fun, take a look at these museums:
Frog Museum at the Foolish Frog, N. Stratford mentioned in New Hampshire: A Guide to Unique Places
Marion Blodgett Museum
Hollow Rd/Bog Rd, PO Box 262
Watch a live performance or even launch your acting career.
Year Round Recreation Center
North Country Recreation Center
Year round recreation with an indoor pool, playground, seasonal ice rink. Open to the public. Admission is on a donation basis. Located at 33 Rec Center Road in Colebrook NH
Look for the sign on Rt 3 (2/10 of mile north of Rt 145 intersection)
Alpine or Nordic skiing - the choice is yours.
In NH,for insurance purposes, anyone who wants to snowmobile must join a snowmobile club. The good news - Stratford has one and their membership is online.
Birds, wild turkeys, deer, black bears, moose and an abundance of wildlife call Stratford their home. Be sure to visit the Silvio Conte Wildlife Center right across the river in Bloomfield, VT.