New Hampshire’s Stonehouse Forest Is A Unique Place To Visit

The southeastern part of the state often gets overlooked due to its lack of tall mountains. But don’t let the lack of open, sweeping summits deter exploration here; there is still much to see. In the small town of Barrington, Stonehouse Forest offers the chance to experience diverse natural features within one of the newest conserved areas in this corner of New Hampshire.

Visit the Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire website for more information on Stonehouse Forest. A PDF guide with trail descriptions and a map is also available.

Stonehouse Forest is a great place for families to get outside and explore. If you’re looking for more family-friendly hikes, here are 5 of them around the state as well as a hiking goal that visits New Hampshire’s active fire towers.

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Address: Stonehouse Pond, Barrington, NH 03825, USA