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“Great Hiking and gardens.”

Beaver Brook Reservation
Ranked #3 of 12 things to do in Hollis
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Owner description: The expansive and diverse trail network throughout this recreation area offers great hiking in the summer and snowshoeing in the winter.
Reviewed May 9, 2013

Beaver Brook has manfy well maintained hiking trails including wild flower walks and water fowl sanctuary. There is also an old barn and homestead. If you are looking for a place to relieve stress this is it. The Gardens include herbs and other all summer flowers.

Thank jetnh59
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Reviewed April 30, 2013

A great place for trail walking and animal observations with children. I went with a group of 5 and 6 year old students, and we able to walk the trails, see different animal habitats, and view the gardens. We had a great time!

Thank Meg P
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Reviewed April 25, 2013

Its a great place and there are trails for horse and Mtn bikes but there are many more trails that are prohibited for bikes and horses. I inspected these trails on foot and 99% of the time there is no reason for it. (other than environmental wack jobs who have no real understanding of the true impact of these uses on trails) I Both Bike and Ride horses and I see this in many places. Now in the case of Mtn biking yes there is potential for more trail damage in a larger percentage of cases. But in the case of horses it was scientificly proven that the impact or horse on trails is no different than 2 people on a trail (horses have 4 legs of course). Also the waste produced by horses posses no threat to wetlands in anyway as unlike Carnivores, the bacteria in horse waste is no different than that found in rotting vegetation. I'm sorry but i get really tired of these types of silly restrictions.

Thank HorseguyNewHampshire
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Reviewed January 19, 2013

I went looking for a place to run on wooded trails. Beaver Brook is a lovely place with lots of trails that run through the woods, around the beaver pond, and also around a bird-watching meadow. I spend a happy half day there enjoying the peace and quiet of nature. Lots of educational programs available throughout the year, although I haven't tried any. Seems like an excellent place for families with kids too.

Thank Susan W
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Reviewed December 28, 2012

Well maintained hiking trails - extensive network, well marked and you don 't run into many other people so enjoy the solitude.. Well worth the visit

Thank Linda H
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