The Rocks

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

The March 1 program is part of the Bretzfelder Series.

The Tax Credits are being used to renovate the 1884 Carriage Barn as a new program and event center at The Rocks, which will be known as the Forest Society North at The Rocks.

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

The solar array is made up of 180 photovoltaic solar panels spanning three, ground-mounted rows in a field next to the Carriage Barn.

This year, Dave Anderson was accompanied not only by his son, but also grandson for the first time.

It marked the first year that the loading wasn’t done at The Rocks Estate, just up the road and where major renovations are advancing to convert the Carriage Barn into the northern headquarters for SPNHF.

Forest Society staff and business members donate trees to the program each year that are grown at The Rocks in Bethlehem, as do tree farmers from across New Hampshire and Vermont.

Here are locations where Christmas trees grown at The Rocks are sold in New Hampshire for 2022, if you can't visit us in Bethlehem this year. Please contact each location for prices, availability, and hours.

  • Wakefield Lions Club
  • Spauldings in Bradford
  • Choose Franklin in Franklin
  • Dodges Agway in Hampton Falls
  • Coulstring in Newmarket