Recreation

The Forest Society's mission includes conserving lands that provide recreational opportunities--and economic benefits through tourism--for New Hampshire residents and visitors. Visit this page to explore stories related to recreation on conserved lands.

Thank you to the volunteers who gave nearly 350 hours of service over 5 days to improve trails.

Campers are a reminder that splashing, swimming and playing at making mud pies along the river’s banks are also essential services provided by a river that has shaped New Hampshire and its residents for centuries.

Registration is now CLOSED.

 

No cash? No problem! Mobile giving comes to Forest Society reservations.

The Rocks' core property and trails will be closed to the public for construction through mid-September.

The do-it-yourself challenge runs from June 15 through September 30 along the Merrimack River and its tributaries.

Forest Society Senior Education Director Dave Anderson recently guided 15 people on a hike to reach the source of Beech Brook.

Meet the interns and seasonal staff that you'll see at our reservations this summer and fall.

Whether you're taking part in our Merrimack Paddle Challenge along the mighty Merrimack River or just planning to kayak in a local pond, it's important to recreate responsibly and safely this summer.