Visit & Contact The Rocks

The Rocks is located on Route 302 in Bethlehem, NH. Open offices hours are on Tuesday and Wednesday from 1 to 3 PM. Accessible restrooms are open daily from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Phone: (603) 444-6228.


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To contact other staff members of the Forest Society, find more information here and see a list of Rocks staff at the bottom of this page.

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

A map of the campus at The Rocks.
This map is to help orient you during your visit to The Rocks. Looking for a trail map? Find it here.

Directions to The Rocks Christmas Tree Farm:
From North or South
Take I-93 to exit 40.
Take Route 302 East for 1/2 mile.
Turn right after the Rocks Sign
follow signs to parking area and program center.

For GPS: Use either Christmas Tree Lane or Glessner Road, Bethlehem


Meet Staff at The Rocks

Cameron Larnerd

Cameron Larnerd poses outside on the deck of the Conservation Center in autumn.

Cam Larnard joined the staff of the Forest Society in early 2022 as the land steward and volunteer coordinator, after previously collaborating with the organization as a Leave No Trace traveling trainer. He moved into the position of Christmas Tree Farmer at The Rocks in September 2022. Originally from New York state, where he grew up with a love of trees and nature, Larnard earned a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management from The State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY ESF). He also attended Wanakena Forestry Ranger School for an Associate of Science degree in Forest Technology.

Nigel Manley, Senior Outreach Manager

Nigel Manley grew up in the United Kingdom and has worked for the Forest Society for more than 25 years. He managed several Forest Society North Country properties, chief among them The Rocks in Bethlehem, before moving to the role of Senior Outreach Manager at The Rocks in spring 2022. His degree in agricultural management helped with the startup of the Forest Society’s Christmas tree farm, and his keen interest in public outreach and marketing has enabled him to successfully promote The Rocks as a tourist destination.

Manley chairs the Christmas Spirit Foundation and is a former chair of the NH Christmas Tree Promotion Board. He has served on the boards of the New Hampshire Travel Council, the Weathervane Theater, the National Christmas Tree Association for NH and VT, and the NH/VT Christmas Tree Association. He is a member of the NHMPA marketing committee.

An avid outdoorsman, Manley’s areas of expertise include moose, bear, and wildlife habitat, pruning wild apple trees, the history of the Rocks and the Bethlehem area, Christmas Tree culture, marketing for small businesses, Agro- and Eco-tourism opportunities, and single-malt Scotch whiskey.

Scarlett Moberly, Program Director

Scarlett Moberly poses outside near the Christmas tree fields.

Scarlett Moberly joined the Forest Society in November 2023 as the new program director of Forest Society North at The Rocks. In this role, Moberly will develop and implement educational, outreach, and recreational programs and events to be hosted at The Rocks in the newly renovated Carriage Barn, the outdoor amphitheater, and across the 1,400 acres of conservation land .

Prior to joining the Forest Society, Moberly was the assistant director for the Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network (WREN) in Bethlehem. She also served as the marketing and programs manager for WREN. Moberly’s entrepreneurial spirit and love of art lead her to open Nightshade Contemporary Art Gallery in Littleton, which featured local and regional artists. Moberly received a Master of Arts in Art and Museum Studies from Georgetown University and her Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Eco Gastronomy from the University of New Hampshire.

She resides in Littleton with her partner, Robert, and their son, Charles. Moberly has a passion for community engagement and preserving and promoting the North Country’s cultural and natural resources. In her spare time, Moberly loves to garden, cook, ski, and go for walks in the woods, especially if there’s a great swimming hole at the end of the trail.