Randolph, New Hampshire 03593Official Website
The Randolph Community Forest is a 10,000-acre tract of wooded lands owned and managed by the Town of Randolph, New Hampshire. It is located in the northern third of the town and includes 1,106 acres in Jefferson, New Hampshire. In the north woods of New Hampshire’s Coos County, the Community Forest provides an important ecological corridor, linking the forests of the Kilkenny tract of the White Mountain National Forest, to the Presidential Range to the south. In the forest, one can find several peaks over 3,000 feet, over 26 miles of woods roads, dozens of miles of hiking and snow-machine trails, wetlands and rivers, and a wide variety of flora and fauna representative of the region.
Restrooms on site
Wheelchair accessible trail
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Last updated November 21, 2023