The Commission manages three properties and oversees two conservation easements.  The two easements are non-access easements and therefore are not listed in this section. We welcome conversation with town residents who would like to consider either access or non-access easements.

Town Forest

This is a twenty-five acre plus parcel that is located off Beede Road. The town took over the property for non-payment of property taxes. In 1999 the Conservation gave the town five acres of the property to serve as a facility for the Public Works Department. The rest of the property is managed as the town forest.

Pilote Forest

This is a 105 acre parcel  on the north side of Beede Road just after the intersection of Beede Road, Hardack Corner Road and Seven Pines Road.  The property was purchased in 1988 with LCIP (Land Conservation Investment Program) money.  It is managed for multipurpose use, primarily recreation and wildlife.  A resource inventory was done in 2002 by Feather Ledge Forestry.

Pemi Riverside Park

This is a 5 acre parcel located at the very south end of South River Street.  The property was purchased in 1988 with LCIP money.  It is managed for multipurpose use, primarily recreation and wildlife.  Although on the Pemigewasset River, there is no direct access to the river.