Overview

Beaver Brook is a non-profit environmental educational center, founded in 1964 by Hollis P. Nichols and Jeffery P. Smith of  Hollis, NH..

With the support and generosity of thousands of people over the years, Beaver Brook has blossomed from 18 to 2,187 acres of conservation land in southern New Hampshire. In addition to our natural resources, we also have 40 miles of trails, meeting rooms, classrooms, libraries, and camping facilities.

BBA relies on donations and program fees to help achieve our mission. Donations help cover the expense of building and trail maintenance and educational programs.

Hiking, biking, horseback riding, bird watching, snowshoeing are some of the activities enjoyed daily at BBA. Trails are open free to the public from dawn until dusk, seven days a week.  You may download our Trails Maps here.

Above all, Beaver Brook provides a respite in nature for thousands of people annually and has become an important link for the southern New Hampshire community to learn about the natural world.