Equipment Use Program

One of the benefits of attending Plymouth State University is its close proximity to the White Mountains and Lakes Region of New Hampshire.

Picture the Outdoor Center as an on campus gear shop! Students who are currently enrolled in PSU classes can rent outdoor equipment from the Outdoor Center for FREE! Whether you want to float the Pemi in style, have a disc-golf tournament on Saturday afternoon, or tackle a new line at Rumney Rocks, the Outdoor Center has student staff on hand that can help outfit you for your next adventure.

Take a look at the gear we offer!  Outdoor Center Equipment List

Equipment Use Hours:

  • Fall/Spring Semesters: Monday - Friday (noon – 4 p.m.)
  • January & Summer: by appointment

*The Center is CLOSED on Campus Holidays & when PSU is closed due to inclement weather

Contact Us (use “Equipment Use” as the subject line)

 

 

 

 

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