The Beaver Brook office at Maple Hill Farm is located 1 mile off of Rt. 122 in Hollis NH. Beaver Brook trails may be accessed from several different public roads.
Our Office is open from 9-3 PM M-F.
Trails: Our trails are open to the public, 365 days a year, from dawn until dusk. When planning your hike, consult the map first.
To preserve the Beaver Brook environment:
- we allow dogs on a leash and ask owners to clean up after their pets. Leashed animals can alert their owners to nearby wildlife while not scaring off other hikers or wildlife.
- we allow horseback riders and mountain bikers on designated trails (in order to prevent erosion or impact to sensitive vegetation)
- we do not allow any hunting or specimen collecting on Beaver Brook property.
- we do not allow motorized recreational vehicles on trails
STROLLER FRIENDLY HIKES
We recommend jog strollers or child carriers on the trails. Also obtain a map on this website or at the kiosk near trailheads.
1) At Maple Hill Farm 117 Ridge Road –the Gardens and the Wildflower trail are accessible by rugged stroller.
2) Parking at the lot on route 130 across from Diamond Castings, the Beaver Brook trail is accessible and flat for a while.
3) Park at the Wildlife Pond parking lot on Route 130, (route 130 1.7 miles west of route 122). Take “Dam Road” –it has one his but is feasible for a strong parent and a rugged stroller and will bring you to the big Wildlife Pond.
4) The Potanipo Rail trail accessed on West Hollis Street is flat and will lead you to a large “Great Meadow” wetland. There is a large parking lot here near the junction of Worcester Road and West Hollis Road and adjacent to the Nissitissit River.