Visit & Explore
We invite you to visit and explore our mission in action! Visit our centers in Concord and Bethlehem for educational opportunities and events. Explore nearly 200 forests protected by the Forest Society across New Hampshire, many of which have marked trails and numerous recreational uses. All of our Forest Reservations are open to the public. Only two — Lost River Gorge and Mondandock Reservation — require advance registration. 12 forest reservations offer regularly plowed parking during snowy months.
Visit the Forest Society's working tree farm to harvest-your-own Christmas Tree in the winter and for sugar season in the spring, when the maple sap is boiling in our sugarhouse. Year-round, you can walk the peaceful trails and learn about the natural world at an educational program.
Visit the headquarters of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, located in Concord, N.H., on 103 acres of conserved land on the Merrimack River. The Conservation Center demonstrates the use of renewable natural resources and energy conservation techniques in design and construction. The campus is a great example of the evolution of energy-conscious design since 1980. Our backyard is the Merrimack River Outdoor Education & Conservation Area.
Forest Reservation Guide
You can browse our properties using the map, or scroll down to filter by region or recreational activity. Featured reservations typically have parking areas, mapped trails, and more detailed information. All our Forest Reservations are open to the public.