Motor Coach Tours

The Forest Society has been offering engaging programs for motor coach tours at The Rocks for several years. Each of the programs outlined below may be customized to suit the interests of your group. Tours last from 45 to 90 minutes, and we can accommodate up to three coaches at one time. 

A motorcoach is parked next to the sawmill at The Rocks.

For more information, or to discuss your group's specific interests and needs, please contact us at 603-444-6228 or

Maple Sugaring

A horse-drawn wagon takes visitors past sugar maple trees with metal buckets gathering sap.
Through our New Hampshire Maple Experience, visitors may explore the history and process of creating sweet maple syrup from the sap of sugar maple trees. Maple Tours have traditionally been offered at The Rocks during sugaring season - late March and early April. And now, thanks to the New Hampshire Maple Experience museum, housed in one of many renovated historic buildings at The Rocks, we also offer Maple Tours during the summer and fall months.


The Wild Turkey Tour

Almost our National Bird! A native species of North America, the wild turkey was extirpated from New Hampshire and many other states by 1900, due to unregulated hunting and loss of habitat. But the turkey has recovered remarkably, thanks in large part to a dedicated conservation effort, and the large birds are commonly sighted in fields and meadows throughout New Hampshire. Participants in the Wild Turkey Program have the opportunity to touch feathers, see spurs, and hear the sounds of the wild turkey as they discover how the bird got its name and how it was domesticated and learn about different sub-species of turkey, including a tropical form of the turkey.