RAIL TRAIL GATES AND TRAILS IN SOUTHERN NH CLOSING FOR SEASON
of New Hampshire
Department of Resources & Economic Development
Division of Parks & Recreation Bureau of Trails
172 Pembroke Road/PO Box 1856, Concord, NH 03302
Contact: Amy Bassett, Public Information & Outreach Specialist, 271-3556
For Immediate Release
(Concord, NH) The New Hampshire Bureau of Trails announces that gates on recreational rail trails in southern and central New Hampshire will be closing this week for the riding season. Trail users should expect to find the gate bars closed over the next several days on the Cheshire, Ashuelot, Fort Hill, Monadnock, Greenville, Hillsborough, Sugar River, Rockingham and Farmington Recreational Rail Trails.
Gates in southern state parks and forests, as well as snowmobile trails in Bear Brook, Pawtuckaway and Pisgah State Parks will remain open. Snowmobile Corridor 9/11, the Concord-Lincoln Rail Corridor, closed for the season on March 16th. Riders should check the Bureau of Trails website for trail condition updates through March and local club sites for information.
The Bureau of Trails is a part of the NH Division of Parks & Recreation. The Division manages over 73 state parks, campgrounds, historic sites, waysides, natural areas, and thousands of miles of trails. The division is part of the Department of Resources and Economic Development. For more information about the Bureau of Trails, please call 603-271-3254 or visit www.nhtrails.org