This 82-acre parcel on New Boston Road (Route 43) is an important wildlife connection area between Bear Brook State Park and Pawtuckaway State Park. The trails cover a variety of ecosystems and elevations. Parking is available and the site is marked by a kiosk. A map is available here.
This 10,000 acre parcel is New Hampshire's largest developed park. It offers 40 miles of multiple-use trails, 101 camp sites, a natural and cultural heritage museum, and canoe and rowboat rentals. A trail map is available here. The park entrance is accessed by Podunk Road or Currier Road and an entrance fee is required.
This 116-acre site is owned by the New Hampshire Audubon Society and features a combination of open marsh, wooded swamp, and some upland forest. Established trails offer hikers three choices: Marsh View (25 minutes), Pine Point (15 minutes), and Woodland (50 minutes). Parking as available on Patten Hill Road off Main Street.
This 66 acre parcel contains Kinnicum Pond and a heron rookery. These sites are sensitive to disturbances, so please stay on marked trails and platforms. A trail map is available here. Parking is available on Flint Road.