The Rocks

For hikers and walkers, The Rocks Estate trails are expected to be open by Oct. 1, after most or all construction vehicles are no longer on site.

Drink a pint to support The Rocks!

Today’s tourists to the White Mountains may not know it, but they’ve come in search of an Eden created by a legion of 19th-century landscape painters.

With just two months left until the grand re-opening of The Rocks on September 23, work continues daily on the restoration of the Carriage Barn at the historic property.

Students begin the program in kindergarten by planting their own Christmas trees at The Rocks.

Construction is on track at The Rocks in Bethlehem, with the extensive renovations inside the historic Carriage Barn well underway.

Wondering what's going on at The Rocks in Bethlehem these days? Answer your curiosity by joining Anne Truslow and Nigel Manley for a "virtual tour" of the Forest Society North at The Rocks restoration project in progress.

Our team has been working tirelessly to renovate and re-envision this beloved and historic White Mountain estate since the fire that destroyed it four years ago. We can't wait to show you the results later this year.

The geothermal system will help turn the Carriage Barn become a net-zero building as it's renovated into the North Country headquarters of the Forest Society.

Maple Month will be celebrated at The Rocks from March 11 to April 1.