Family-oriented

Winter Wildlife Education Events with Susan Morse
 

North Country

Never fails – the fall foliage is stunning. The October full moon marks the mid-point of the Columbus Day weekend with peak foliage across the Lakes Region and peak leaf peeping statewide.

Make plans to visit the Currier Museum this autumn or winter to view The Blue Trees exhibit.

"The Blue Trees" exhibit will run outside the Currier Museum in Manchester from Fall 2018 to Spring 2019

The Forest Society’s Monson Center has plenty of trails perfect for hunting for Pokémon!

Every moment of our lives adds up to the people we are today, but some of those moments have a bit more of an impact.  There's that turning point when you realize what you want to do with the rest of your life.

Teach Your Children Well

Once Upon A Time… all the best children’s stories began with those words.

Back then, children’s own best adventure stories took place in outdoor settings: exploring a spooky dark hemlock forest, a golden grasshopper-filled pasture, lichenfringed …

Nestled in the heart of the White Mountains, The Rocks is a protected reserve that serves as the Forest Society’s North Country Conservation and Education Center. Featuring more than 13 buildings on the National Historic Register, The Rocks' Heritage Trail evokes the gilded era of a century ago of long vacations in the refreshing summer air of the White Mountains.

With its rough boardwalks and lantern-lit caves, Lost River Gorge attracts thousands of people each year who admire the beauty of the area and take on the challenge of the tight ins and outs of the majestic boulder caves.