After many years of providing seasonal porta-potties at Creek Farm, the time has come for better public restrooms. Our facilities at Creek Farm have undergone a transformation over the last several years. The Forest Society Education Center at Creek Farm opened in 2021 and provides four-season program space for the Forest Society and partner organizations. The one remaining facilities need is an accessible restroom that is available for public use from dawn to dusk and during evening programs.
Creek Farm offers outdoor space, a rocky beach, trails and hand-carry boat access to Sagamore Creek. It is enjoyed by people of all ages participating in educational programs, the Gundalow's summer camps for kidsand self-guided outdoor activities.
The construction of family-friendly accessible restrooms at the popular Creek Farm Reservation in Portsmouth is underway. Thanks to generous support from the Portsmouth Rotary Club and other generous donors, the fundraising for this project is in the home stretch. A challenge in place between now and September 15 will match gifts dollar-for-dollar up to a total of $15,000. Your contribution now will have double the impact.
The new restroom facility will have two family-style restrooms with a water bottle fill station and a covered waiting area. They will be available for public use from dawn to dusk and during evening programs.
“This is a much-needed improvement that will enhance Creek Farm as 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 kids camp, the new four-season restrooms will be a lot better than the portable toilets we currently have.”
Help us complete this important project and double the value of your gift by donating today!