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Camp Morgan Trail
There is a hiking trail running south along the shore of Millen Pond from the town beach to Chapel Cove. There is a new Nature Trail in the Camp Morgan Town Forest off Faxon Hill Road. Parking is on Faxon Hill Road near the radio tower and there are signs to guide you along the trail.

Map: Camp Morgan Town Forest Nature Trail Map and Guide

Pillsbury State Park Trails
Pillsbury State Park Trails
Pillsbury State Park General Information

Lovewell Mountain trail
Historic USGS maps: Historic Lovewell Mountain Maps
Topo Map: VIEW MAP

Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway
The Monadnock Sunapee Greenway Trail Club maintains the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway. This greenway links Grand Monadnock and Mount Sunapee in southwestern New Hampshire. It is nearly 50 miles in length, winding along the Monadnock Highlands that divide the Connecticut and Merrimack River drainages. Created in 1921 by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (SPNHF), the trail crosses through 3 State Parks and 6 campsites.
More info:

Birthplace of the Seventh Day Adventist Church
and the Sabbath Trail


Journey's End, Bell-Cofield Forest

Washington, 202 acres. Protected 1999. From Rt. 31 in Washington, turn on East Washington Rd. Continue about 1.5 miles to Washington Dr. Turn left and follow road to end. Property entrance is located at end of road.
Info on SPNHF properties: VIEW LIST

Highland Lake Island
Washington, 1 Acre. Protected 1993. Accessible only by small boat. Island lies on W side of Highland Lake in Washington where wide end of lake begins to narrow as you travel north.
Info on SPNHF properties: VIEW LIST

Washington Snow Riders Trails
The Washington Snow Riders have a map of all the snowmobile trails in town posted at the beach at Camp Morgan.
Info at Washington Snowriders

NOTE FOR HIKERS: DO NOT hike on the roads in Lake Ashelot Estates. They are private property and require association and property owner permission for use.

Please respect signs and property owners' wishes.