The Rocks

Annie Gruczka was a volunteer at The Rocks for nearly 25 years and a member of the Bretzfelder Memorial Park Committee.

The Forest Society completed the first phase of “Forest Society North,” a long-term plan to renovate and restore the landscape, facilities and program at The Rocks in Bethlehem, following the February 2019 fire which destroyed two historic buildings, the Tool Building and the Electric Plant.

Package prices are subject to change and availability. Please contact the Participating Inn directly for exact seasonal pricing.


Package prices are subject to change and availability. Please contact the participating inn directly for exact seasonal pricing.

Adair Country Inn & Restaurant: Call (603) 444-2600

Lodge at Adair and receive a Rocks Maple Experience tour free based on availability. *No other promotions included*

The Rocks is located on Route 302 in Bethlehem, NH.
For more information on this site or any of The Rocks' programs, please call (603) 444-6228.

Email The Rocks at: To contact staff members of the Forest Society, find more information here.

Mailing address:
The Rocks
113 Glessner Lane (previously 4 Christmas Lane)
Bethlehem, NH 03574

Visit The Rocks & Harvest Your Own Christmas Trees

We invite you to join us at The Rocks each holiday season to select a perfect tree from our farm.


We provide top quality, USDA-graded trees at a competitive price, with the experience, knowledge and friendly service that comes from growing trees for over 30 years.

Whether you're interested in learning about wildflowers or maple syrup, wildlife habitat or local history, there's a world of discovery to be had at The Rocks.

We offer personalized tours of the 1,400-acre property, with guides who are well versed in the rich natural history of northern New Hampshire and have explored the local woods extensively. Tours are available year-round, by appointment, for individuals or small groups. Our guides customize each tour based on participants' interests.

The Rocks is home to several species of native animals, from bear and moose to wild turkey, spotted salamanders, and countless bird species. Many of these animals, their habits, and their habitats are featured in our Natural History Programs, offered at The Rocks and other venues throughout the year.