I am always on the look out for a trail - a hike or a place in the woods that offers quiet enjoyment, water and a view. When I find something new to me in Grafton county - where I am a Realtor I'll share my findings with you all.
The Quincy Bog Ecological Trail - Rumney New Hampshire.
Miles of Trails and boardwalks
One of the many Beaver dams in the Bog
More wet land paths
Mallard and Hen find a pond to nest
Those Beaver are very industrious.
Another sign of Spring.
There are a variety of ways to enjoy the Bog -
Stop by and take a walk around the Bog. It takes about an hour.
Attend one of our summer Wednesday evening programs or participate in a guided nature walk (look to your right for a list of what's happening this month).
If you have children, nieces, nephews or kids next door, bring them to the Bog this summer and be part of the Jr. Naturalist Program.
In addition to operating the Nature Center and trails around the Bog and the nearby Quincy Pasture Forest property, the Pemi-Baker Land Trust is part of our organization too! The land we steward under conservation easements is open for your enjoyment (foot traffic only). To learn more, check out our land trust website, PBLT.org. Perhaps you have some land that you and your family want to protect for the future – we can help you obtain information about conservation easements.
Quincy Bog is open during daylight hours to the public 365 days a year. We don't have specific hours, but overnight camping is not allowed.
Please Leave a Donation at the public parking are...and help with your continued support of this important Ecological site.