12/05/2013 - 2014 Recreational Trails Program Grant Now Available
Bureau of Trails announces that the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) grant applications are now available. RTP is a competitive grant program that offers funding for quality public trail projects throughout New Hampshire.
12/03/2013 - Information Sessions for Proposed Admin Rules
The New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation will be holding two public information sessions on the proposed Administrative Rule changes. Changes to the proposed Administrative Rules have been made based upon the first public comment period.
11/26/2013 - Cannon Mountain Advisory Commission Meeting Announced
The New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation announces that the Cannon Mountain Advisory Commission will hold a meeting on Friday, December 6, 2013 at 10:00am.
11/04/2013 - Coos Highway Sections Close for ATVs Monday
The NH Bureau of Trails is reminding OHRV riders that Monday, November 4th, is the closing date for the sections of State Highway that are open to OHRV use. This includes Route 2 in Gorham, Lost Nation Road from Lancaster to Groveton, Main Street in N. Stratford, Main Street in W. Stewartstown and Bridge Street in Colebrook.
09/27/2013 - Connecticut Lakes Headwaters Working Forest Celebrates Ten Years
The NH Division of Parks and Recreation and its partners are holding a celebration to recognize the commitment that the state made in conserving this 146,400 acre tract of land in the Great North Woods Region.
09/24/2013 - Volunteer Clean Up Day at Bear Brook State Park
On Saturday September 28, the Student Conservation Association NH Corps (SCA NH Corps) is hosting a service day in conjunction with the Allenstown Historical Society to clean up 8 historic sites in Allenstown and Bear Brook State Park.
09/17/2013 - Division of Parks and Recreation Announces Committee Meetings
Statewide Trails Advisory Committee and Mount Washington Commission meetings announced
09/17/2013 - Division of Parks & Recreation Holds Public Hearings for Proposed Admin Rules
The New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation will be holding five public hearings on the proposed Administrative Rule changes. The Division is holding these hearings to receive public comment. The five public hearings will be as follows: