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Pine Hill Conservation Area

Open to the Public

The Pine Hill Conservation Area is a 121-acre conservation area with significant wildlife habitat and recreational value located in Moultonborough. This property was acquired by LRCT in 2004, and is also subject to a conservation easement held by the Squam Lakes Conservation Society, making it one of numerous properties where LRCT and SLCS work in partnership to steward important conservation resources of the Lakes Region.

Trails on the property provide opportunities for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing, as well as connections to the trails on other conservation lands. Pine Hill is connects to LRCT’s 224-acre Center Harbor Woods, which is in turn adjacent to NH Audubon’s 47-acre Proctor Sanctuary in Center Harbor; together these properties provide a network of trail on nearly 400 acres of conservation land.

Trail Map

Directions & Parking

All parking areas are open from dawn to dusk, and are always free and open to the public.
Winter Access: the Center Harbor Neck Road parking area and the parking area behind LRCT Headquarters are plowed. The High Haith Road parking area is not plowed.
Center Harbor Neck Rd. Trailhead or LRCT Headquarters:
  • From Route 25 in Center Harbor
    • Take Plymouth St. or Main St. to the fountain at the Main St.-Route 25B intersection
    • Turn right on Route 25B and continue for ~0.9 miles
    • Turn right on C.H. Neck Rd. and continue for ~1.0 mile to the trailhead on the right
    • LRCT Headquarters is on Route 25B, on the right halfway up the hill from the fountain.
  • From the junction of US Route 3 and NH Route 25B between Meredith and Holderness,
    • Take Route 25B east for ~2.2 miles
    • Turn left on CH Neck Rd. and continue for ~1.0 mile to the trailhead on the right
    • LRCT Headquarters is on Route 25B, on the left ~0.3 miles beyond C.H. Neck Rd.

High Haith Rd. Trailhead:

  • From Route 25 in Center Harbor
    • Take Bean Rd. north toward Center Sandwich for ~1.3 miles
    • Turn left on High Haith Rd. and continue for ~0.5 miles to the trailhead on the left

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