The Mahoosuc region is filled with a rich array of ecosystems, forests and habitats which have been home to people for thousands of years. By coming to this region, you are becoming part of its fabric and its history. We invite you to find your thread and thoughtfully weave your way into our place. This is the way we do things in the Mahoosucs.
When arriving at your destination, pay attention to signage and follow the guidelines posted. Many of our favorite places to recreate are on private land and not following posted guidelines may jeopardize our ability to use those lands in the future.
Parking: Please pay attention to signage that indicates where and when you can park. If a parking area is too full to park legally, please move on to an alternative site and come back at a different time.
Trails: Going off trail, even a little bit, can endanger delicate natural areas, crush valuable tree seedlings or crops, and cause erosion over time. These impacts can take years to recover from and may upset a landowner who has every right to discontinue use of a trail.