Beaver Brook Association is a mission-driven, privately held, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the interrelationships in the natural world and encouraging the conservation of natural resources through education and land stewardship.

Thanks to the generous support of our community through memberships and donations, we are able to provide free public access to our grounds.

 

Announcements

40th Annual Fall Festival & Art Show: September 25th and 26th. View schedule

Forest Tales Storytime: Every Monday at 10:00 AM at Maple Hill Farm. Outdoor storytime for our youngest naturalists. This ongoing event is FREE and requires no registration.

Fall Programs Open for Registration: View offerings

EVENTS

Connecting people to nature is what we do. School programs, preschool, adult and family events occur during all seasons. Over 6,000 school students attended programs here this year.

OUR TRAILS

Beaver Brook offers 35 miles of well maintained trails.   Be sure to take a map! Well behaved dogs are allowed on a leash.  Multi-purpose trails permit horseback riding, and mountain biking .

MAPLE HILL GARDENS

The Maple Hill gardens include 13 impressive theme gardens, a Victorian gazebo, a wisteria arbor, 350 species of flowers and shrubs and a demonstration compost court.

WHO WE ARE

VISIT US

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 trails are open to the public, 365 days a year, from dawn until dusk. When planning your hike, consult the map first.

MEMBERS

Beaver Brook relies on contributions from our visitors and the community to maintain our lands, trails and the many historic buildings used for environmental education programs. 

Educational Programs

Beaver Brook provides year-round environmental education opportunities for all ages.

SUPPORT

Beaver Brook is a regional nature center where tens of thousands of people a year come to learn about and enjoy spending time in nature. The organization began in 1964 and has grown to encompass 2187 acres of conserved land with 35 miles of trails for the public to use year round.