Conservation Land Summer ToursPosted Jun 11, 2019
Join the Rindge Conservation Commission this summer on four hikes and one paddle to explore beautiful trails and wetlands in our town. Each outing will be led by an experienced Conservation Commission member who is knowledgeable of the history and unique natural resources present on the conservation lands.
The 1-hour hikes begin at 1:30 p.m., are free of charge, follow well-defined trails and are held rain or shine. Please protect yourself with sun screen and bug spray, and bring a bottle of water.
- June 23, Contoocook Marsh Conservation Complex. Meet at the parking area on County Road (off US 202 about 1.5 miles north of Route 119).
- July 14, Tetreault Park. Meet at the entrance area on Rand Road (off US 202 about 1.8 miles south of Route 119).
- August 18, Converse Meadow Paddle Tour and Hike. Both hikers and paddlers meet at the entrance area off Converseville Road (off Route 119 about 3.3 miles east of US 202). Those taking the Paddle Tour need to bring their own canoe/kayak, paddles and life jackets.
- September 22, Miriam Hunt Memorial Town Forest. Meet at the entrance located on Route 119 opposite Cutter Hill Road and Crowcroft Pond (about 2.5 miles east of US 202).
Your Rindge Conservation Commission and Corps have been hard at work clearing brush and maintaining trails for your long-term enjoyment of these special places. Trail maps of the conservation lands are now available on TrailFinder (www.trailfinder.info) where you can see pictures and learn more about each trail.