Monadnock is considered the second most frequently climbed mountain in the world. The park has a small campground located at the base of many trails. The mountain is crisscrossed by moderate to easy trails that start within the park. The mountain can also be hiked by an old mountain toll road on SR 124 and many other trails.
Monadnock State Park is situated amidst 5,000 wooded acres with sheer cliff mountains famous for climbing opportunities. A campground and numerous hiking trails offer an alternative recreation. Open ridges, bulbous promontories and thick spruce forest characterizes this area.