Little Island Pond Conservation Area
Please note: Recent work to improve the
tree stand in this park has eliminated many of the blazes
which marked the walking trail. It will be re-blazed in the
near future as soon as the forester has completed the work.
Acquired in 2003 this purchase was funded
in part by a generous grant from the State of New
Hampshire's Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP).
This area is located in the Little Island Pond watershed.
The entrance is at the end of Nature's Way, a short town
road off Dutton Rd. Park on the street and enter the area
beside the park's sign. There is a 3 acre wetland for
frog and dragonfly spotting in the summer months but most of
the area is forested upland. The trail is gentle and
suitable for most walkers though there are some slopes.
Boundaries are marked by red blazes on trees. Follow the
trail signs and stay on the marked trails.