Connecticut Lakes Headwaters Working Forest Recreation Program
Great North Woods Regional Office
Pittsburg, NH 03592
Connecticut Lakes Headwaters Working Forest Recreation Program: The State of New Hampshire, in cooperation with The Forestland Group, provides high quality recreational opportunities that are consistent with a Forest Legacy Easement held by the State of New Hampshire. The property, owned by The Forestland Group, is a working forest and care should be taken on the roads and in the forest. Updated Gate Status 12/28/15) Road Networks and Closures
The Department of Resources and Economic Development and the Connecticut Lakes Realty Trust have approved the 2012 amendment to the Public Access and Recreation Management Plan and Road Management Plan for the Connecticut Lakes Headwaters Working Forest. The year-long collaboration with the Connecticut Lakes Headwaters Citizens Committee, recreation groups and the host communities has provided a management direction for the next 5 years.
New initiatives include designating a route for ATVs to cross the headwaters property linking trail systems in Pittsburg with trail systems in Errol and Colebrook, developing an equestrian use plan in cooperation with local riders, and creating safe off-highway parking areas along Route 3. In addition as the low head dams on the property are reconstructed, the Division of Parks and Recreation will work with NH Fish and Game Department to construct and maintain public use facilities. View full Press Release
Connecticut Lakes Headwaters Partnership Task Force Report
Are pets allowed at Connecticut Lakes Headwaters Working Forest Recreation Program?
Leashed pets are permitted. See the NH State Parks Pets Policy for more information.
Keep Your Parks Clean
Through the Carry-In/Carry-Out Program, you can help us keep your parks clean and beautiful by carrying out whatever you carry in. Thank you for your cooperation and remember to recycle.
Access for Persons with DisabilitiesPlease contact the park office directly for information regarding disability access needs.