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Lamprey River Forest
Acreage: 108 acres
Directions: From Route 101, take exit 7. Go North on Route 125 about 1 mile. Take left on Route 27 West. Go 0.25 miles to blinking traffic light and take the right onto Main St. Go 0.25 miles to Prescott Rd. and take a left. Continue about 1.5 miles. Look for a stonewall on the left. Enter property through a break in the stonewall.
Sanborn Memorial Forest
Acreage: 27 acres
Directions: From the junction of Routes 125 & 87 in Epping, go 0.4 miles on Route 87. Turn left at sign for Rum Brook Horse Farm. Drive through barnyard to woods road. Property begins in a few 100 yards on North on the left.
The White Mountains National Forest is home to unique habitats, but don't overlook numerous town forests and state parks.READER COMMENTS: 0
These forests are a short drive from several state parks, beaches and the Great Bay estuary, nearby are the University of New...READER COMMENTS: 0
Hiking, fishing, birding, nature walks, picknicking and wildlife watching in this diverse region.READER COMMENTS: 0
These forests are located along the meandering banks of the Merrimack River as it flows south through the heart of New Hampshire.READER COMMENTS: 0
Rolling hills, meandering streams and majestic lakes provide a varied backdrop for this region's forests.READER COMMENTS: 0
There's a good chance you'll find signs of moose, deer, bear, beaver or other wildlife hiking the Great North Woods.READER COMMENTS: 0
Hikers will find miles of hiking trails, winding through pine and oak forests, abandoned fields, pastures and orchards.
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