Pittsburg and the Connecticut Lakes Region are the center of the Great North Woods fishing and hunting.
Here the Connecticut River is born, forming in it's passage, the Third, Second and First Connecticut Lakes and Lake Francis. Back Lake drains into the Connecticut River in Pittsburg Village, the gateway to the historic "Indian Stream Territory," an independent nation established in 1832 during the border dispute between Canada and the U.S.
The largest township in all of the U.S., it contains over three thousand acres of timberlands, mountains, lakes, streams and forest trails. In spring the air is filled with the songs of returning birds and wildlife such as the moose and deer, bears and loons.
Spend the days of summer exploring the mountain and woodland trails by hiking, mountain biking or ATV's. Day trips to quaint French-Canadian villages add a unique touch to one's visit.Fall colors against brilliant skies and magnificent reflections in blue waters is truly a bold statement of nature. Crisp days and frosty nights sent an invitation to the sportsman that hunting is soon approaching. An abundance of partridge, black bear and a fine herd of deer presents its challenge.
The fall colors against brilliant skies and magnificent reflections in blue waters is truly a bold statement of nature.
We chose Pittsburg, NH because the area is beautiful & quiet. A place to get away from it all.
Hiking up to the top Magalloway Mountain where you can see Canada, Vermont & Maine. Watching moose on the side of the road, fly-fishing in the Connecticut River & boating on one of the 3 Connecticut Lakes.