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Beaver Brook Association, Hollis

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Beaver Brook Association
117 Ridge Road
Hollis, New Hampshire 03049
Beaver Brook Association webpage
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Beaver Brook Assn., Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7429119, -71.6192293
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Beaver Brook Assoc.–Brown Lane, Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7315678, -71.6058826
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Beaver Brook Assn.–Maple Hill, Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7232767, -71.6070306
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Beaver Brook great meadow, Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7077712, -71.6141546
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Merganser Pond (Beaver Brook Assoc. Land), Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7513611, -71.6233921
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About Beaver Brook Association
Location: Ridge Road, Hollis. From US-3 exit 6 in Nashua, go west on NH-130 about 6 miles. Bear right at the split and go to the stoplight at NH-122. Turn left and go about 1 mile. Turn right on Ridge Road and go about 1 mile to Maple Hill Farm at 117 Ridge Road, the Association’s headquarters. This parking area provides easy access to the trails south of NH-130.

For quicker access to the trails and ponds north of NH-130, continue past NH-122 about 1.5 miles to a large parking area on the right.

Target Birds: Spring/summer/fall birding. With marshes, ponds, fields, and woods, almost any bird except seacoast birds could be found.

Description: 35 miles of trails (see map on Beaver Brook Association’s website) meandering past several large ponds, alongside streams and marshes, through forested areas, and across fields. Certainly, far more than can be seen in a day, or even several days. The largest ponds are north of NH-130; fields and marshes south of NH-130, woods on both sides.