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2024 NH Adventure Challenge

The 2024 NH Adventure Challenge runs from June 1, 2024 to August 31, 2024.

Complete 1 activity from each of the 4 categories listed on the form. Bonus category earns 1 extra prize entry with completed challenge.

Proof of challenge completion is by photo or signature of participating organizational staff.

Each person must complete their own challenge form to be eligible  for the prize drawings. There are no age requirements as long as each individual completes their own work.

One submission per person.

Be sure to have any licenses or permissions that may be necessary for any activity. 

Submit this form to your local public library or the New Hampshire State Library (mail or  e-mail) by Sept 6, 2024.

Prize drawings held September 16, 2024.


Deborah Dutcher

Library Services Consultant - NH State Library

20 Park Street

Concord, NH 03301



1 & 2  NH State Library: CSLP Adventure Begins At Your Library tote bag, large t-shirt and misc CSLP merchandise

Canterbury Shaker Village: Family membership to the Canterbury Shaker Village (good for 2 adults, 2 kids, and lasts a year from start date).

Children's Museum of New Hampshire: Passes

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center: Passes, mug, astronaut ice-cream

New Hampshire Audubon: 1 Year Membership

New Hampshire Environmental Educators (NHEE): Individual Membership to NHEE

New Hampshire Farm Museum: 1 free tote bag for challenge participants visiting

New Hampshire Historical Society: John Stark Bobblehead 

Newfound Lake Region Association: Gift certificate (2025 season)to do one of our EcoTours on Newfound Lake. 

Squam Lakes Association: 2 canoe/kayak rentals (full day).

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center: 4 Free Trail Passes

Tin Mountain Conservation Center: TBD

University of New Hampshire Department of Recreation Management & Policy: TBD


NH Adventure Resources

All Trails:

Hike Safe:


Invasive Species: 2018 NH Guide to Invasive Species

Leave No Trace

New Hampshire Environmental Educators (NHEE):

NH Fish and Game 

   Wildlife Species Info: 

   Fish Species Info: 

   Where to fish: 

   Fishing Season/Buy a License: 

   Hiking Safety - Hike Safe Card:

   Wildlife Scat Card

   Wildlife Track Card 

Smokey Bear:

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

   Animals at the Center:

   The Wild Around Us podcast:

   Hidden Stories Trail Camera Project:







Places to Visit

Canterbury Shaker Village: Canterbury

Children's Museum of New Hampshire: Dover

Lake Sunapee Protective Association: Sunapee.

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center: Concord.

Mount Washington Observatory: Mount Washington

New Hampshire Audubon: Concord, Auburn, Hebron

New Hampshire Farm Museum: Milton.

New Hampshire Historical Society: Concord

Newfound Lake Region Association: Bristol

Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm: Tamworth

Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park: Cornish

Squam Lakes Association: Holderness

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center: Holderness

Tin Mountain Conservation Center : Albany

USS Albacore: Portsmouth.

Veterans Heritage Learning Center: Boscawen.

White Mountain National Forest:



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Deborah Dutcher

This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the New Hampshire State Library.