Town Forest

Sharon, New Hampshire is a town with a unique rural character, partly due to its commitment to land conservation. In demonstration of this commitment, the Town formed the Robert P. Bass Memorial Town Forest. The forest runs from east to west in the town, protecting and preserving vast expanses of land area. The forest is a place for hiking and hunting, as well as providing a source of income to the Town through closely monitored timber harvests. The forest is also home to many forms of indigenous flora and fauna, making it a great educational resource.

RULES:

  • hunting permitted (during season only)
  • no fires
  • no motorized vehicles
  • no trapping without a permit