It is now Fall and with that comes the normal Fall hunting season.
If you are a hunter and want to hunt on our property, please follow all Fish and Game rules and please visit our webpage for the property you are interested in. Some don't allow hunting and some do. Those that don't can get you in trouble with the Police and a Town ordinance if you do choose to hunt on them. If you want to use a tree stand on our property, you need to get permission as you would when hunting anyone's land that is not yours. Email us first at email@example.com. Thanks!
If you are out on our properties this time of year, wear orange and stay on the trails. Hunters and Hikers/Bikers/etc. can share the property as long as we all stay where we expect each other to be. Thanks!
Wildcat Falls Conservation Area
Wildcat Falls Conservation Area is approximately 80 acres of scenic trails, new and old forest, and great views of the Souhegan River. There is ample parking and a great place to take a leisurely walk. Bring the kids, take your dog, or just enjoy the place all by yourself. Blueberry picking should be good this year along the Power lines in July. Note that the State also owns about 50 acres of land that abuts the conservation area and the highway. Learn more about this beautiful property.