Coming Soon to Creek Farm: A Better Visitor Experience
The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests is teaming up with Chinburg Properties — with support from the Portsmouth Rotary Club and other generous donors — to construct a new accessible public restroom facility at the popular Creek Farm Forest Reservation in Portsmouth.
“This is the next improvement in making Creek Farm a great local destination for visitors,” said Jack Savage, President of the Forest Society. “Whether you’re here for a walk on the Little Harbor Loop Trail, to paddleboard in Sagamore Creek, to attend a program in our Creek Farm Education Center or a camp with the Gundalow Company, the new rest area will be a lot better than the portable toilets (based on personal experience).”
The Rotary Club has pledged financial support and will be providing volunteer labor during the construction of the project. Placework designed the structure and Altus Engineering assisted with permitting. A total of $150,000 has been raised to date toward a $207,000 project cost.