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Appreciation Begins With Experience
Bring your group to Beaver Brook Association and experience nature firsthand. We have meeting rooms and classroom space to accommodate groups from small to large. We can provide customized environmental programs to enhance your day’s event.  Come out and discover nature in our beautiful relaxing setting!

Our Mission
The mission of Beaver Brook Association (BBA) is to promote environmental education and land stewardship. BBA encompasses 2,200 acres of land, 35 miles of trails, gardens and has meeting rooms, classrooms, and camping facilities. We offer the use of our meeting rooms and facilities by non-profit groups, businesses, and civic organizations.

Our Policy and Programs
In keeping with our mission of natural resource education, our facility usage policy requires that your meeting or event include an environmental educational component. This component can be anything from a guided hike, a garden tour or a team building event or simply a presentation by our knowledgeable and experienced BBA staff. We will work with you to arrange a custom tailored program for your needs.

Our Facilities & Rates – Fees Effective June 2016:

Maple Hill Barn
The Maple Hill Barn is a restored historic barn with plenty of open spaces for groups of up to 49 people.  It also has a small kitchen and rest rooms. The facility is close to our lush gardens and main trailheads.

Spear Room at Maple Hill Farm
The Spear Room is an affordable and functional meeting and classroom space. Located at our Maple Hill Farm it is close to the main trail heads and gardens and has access to a kitchen and rest rooms. (Total 30 people).


Brown Lane Barn

The Brown Lane Barn is our second smaller restored barn that makes a great meeting place for groups who need a larger classroom space for activities. The barn holds 36 people and has a kitchen plus immediate access to trails. It is set in a valley surrounded by open fields, pine forests, and a bird blind. Adjacent to the barn is one of Hollis’s oldest homes built in 1752!





A 10 minute walk from our Brown Lane parking lot is all that it takes to feel like you’re in the middle of the wilderness. Two rustic bunkhouses, which sleep a total of 22 people, and  a cookhouse with a propane stove are nestled among the tall pines near an active beaver pond. With wood stoves in each of the buildings, the campsite is used year round by scout troops and other organized groups who might want to hone their camping skills. A fire pit, portable toilet and wood are provided. No access to drinking water.

It is Beaver Brook’s policy to rent only to other nonprofit organizations.  The use of the cabins should  include an educational component. Beaver Brook will gladly suggest or supply programs. If interested, please call the office for program rates.

For more information, contact Beaver Brook:
Phone: (603) 465-7787
Fax: (603) 465-9546

 Facility rental rates

Other links:

Education field trips | Cabin guidelines form | Cabin Reservation Form

BBA YurtThe Yurt--36′ in diameter, this round building is a wonderful bright space for workshops.  Located at Maple Hill Farm 117 Ridge Road.  Capacity 40 people.






Basic Guidelines for all Facilities:

  • 50 % deposit to reserve facility and date. Full payment for cabins.
  • Full payment due 7 days prior to reserved date.
  • $100 refundable security deposit required for check or credit card.
  • 50% of full cost will be retained if cancellation is within 7 days of reserved date.
  • $15 processing fee for rescheduling within 7 days of reserved date.
  • All groups must have a current Certificate of Insurance on file at Beaver Brook’s office.
  • Other fees may apply.
  • Nonprofit rates available.

Beaver Brook is a great alternative for:

  • Corporate Leadership Programs
  • Off-site seminars and training
  • Group Meetings
  • Child and Adult classes
  • Scouting Activities
  • Field trips
  • Nature hikes

Popular programs include:

  • Map & Compass
  • Tree and Wildflower Identification
  • Letterboxing
  • Maple Sugaring
  • Snowshoeing
  • Wild Edibles and More
  • Team Scavenger Hunts

We also have themed nature walks and nature appreciation hikes. If you can think of it, we should be able to accommodate it! Call us at (603) 465-7787 for more information or to arrange a tour of our facilities.