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.
Practicing the same level of precaution as other organizations and businesses Beaver Brook Association has closed to the public until further notice its office at 117 Ridge Road, Hollis. On a limited basis our staff will continue to monitor phone mail and email messages and respond accordingly. As always Beaver Brook sincerely appreciates your support and understanding.
Meanwhile our 40+ miles of trails continue to be open from dawn to dusk and free of charge to the hiking public for you and your family to enjoy. Thank you for hiking responsibly, keeping social distance, and staying safe for a most pleasant nature experience here at Beaver Brook.
Thom Davies Volunteer Executive Director
Trails: Our trails are open to the public, 365 days a year, from dawn until dusk. When planning your hike, consult the map first.
Dogs are welcome at Beaver Brook, but must be leashed at all times and kept under control by their owner. There are no exceptions to this rule and enforcement will be referred to the Hollis Police Department. Beaver Brook is a carry-in and carry-out facility and this pertains to cleaning up after dogs and taking the waste home for proper disposal.
Trail users are encouraged to stay on marked trails leaving the land, wildlife and plant life undisturbed.
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!
STROLLER FRIENDLY HIKES
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.