Visitor Guide


Welcome to our Visitor Guide. You can browse our properties using the map, or scroll down to filter by region or recreational activity. Featured forests (blue pins) are the best for recreation and they typically have parking areas, mapped trails, and more detailed information. All of our protected forests are open to the public. You can also search by property name or town.


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A pond with lily pads with Monadnock in the background.

Monadnock Reservation

Mount Monadnock is one of the most-climbed mountains in the western hemisphere.

Recreations:
Birdwatching,
Cross-country Skiing,
Family-oriented,
Great Views,
Hiking Trails,
Snowshoeing
Monson Entrance from Adams Road

Monson Center

Monson Village was one of New Hampshire’s first inland towns settled by Europeans.

Recreations:
Birdwatching,
Cross-country Skiing,
Dog-walking,
Family-oriented,
Geocaching,
Great Views,
Hiking Trails,
Snowshoeing

Moody Mountain Forest

Recreations:
Cross-country Skiing,
Dog-walking,
Family-oriented,
Hiking Trails,
Hunting,
Snowshoeing
Green water reflects a stand of trees at Moose Mountains.

Moose Mountains

The land was first settled as farmland in the 18th century, as evidenced by the cellar holes, cemeteries, cleared fields, and old farm house that was removed from the property. The land also became a source of forest products for much of the last century.

Recreations:
Birdwatching,
Cross-country Skiing,
Dog-walking,
Great Views,
Hiking Trails,
Hunting,
Snowshoeing
A view from the summit of Mount Major.

Mount Major Reservation

Recreations:
Birdwatching,
Blueberry picking,
Cross-country Skiing,
Dog-walking,
Family-oriented,
Geocaching,
Great Views,
Hiking Trails,
Snowshoeing