Managed as working forests, the conservation areas offer many outdoor recreational opportunities, including ATV riding, hiking, hunting, birdwatching, and fishing.
This park features an extensive multiple-use trail system and opportunities to explore the park from the water using kayaks, canoes, or small boats.
Features a challenging, but rewarding 2-mile hike to a summit observation tower with panoramic views of the surrounding lakes and mountains.
This 978-acre community forest that connects Bethel and Sunday River features hiking, mountain biking, hunting, and snowmobiling.
Four season trails lead to dramatic ledge top vistas.
A former Boy Scout Camp, the property has a long tradition of hiking, paddling, camping, and wildlife viewing.
Scenic gorge along the Swift River that has long been a popular destination for swimmers, picnickers, and anglers.
The property’s mountainous terrain and secluded ponds are enjoyed by hikers, hunters, fishermen, and snowmobilers.
This sustainably-managed forest has opportunities for hiking, cross-country skiing, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, snowmobiling, and mountain biking.
The 125-acre park, which includes more than two miles of short front on scenic Cupsuptic Lake, is also a great place for picnicking and wildlife observation.
A scenic waterfall and popular swimming spot located near the Sunday River Resort.
Preserve features a spectacular vista that is identified on virtually every map, tour guide, brochure and website in the region.