The Merrimack Conservation Commission welcomes you to the Outdoors!
The Horse Hill Nature Preserve parking lot on Amherst Road will be closed one day between Monday August 14th and Thursday August 17th. There will be parking lot maintenance done including a surface application to make it more like a paved parking lot. This improvement will allow us to mark the parking spots in the future if needed and make plowing, etc. easier. We apologize for not being more specific on the exact time and day but this project is related to other road work being in the vicinity.
Please plan accordingly or take advantage of our alternative parking lot by the Watanic Bowmen Club. Our HHNP trail map has that location.
Thanks for understanding
Want to know about our activities, please see our News section.
We are looking for pictures. We are planning an expanded gallery page to be added to the website and pictures from all of you enjoying our properties will make this fun for everyone who visits our website. Use the information on the bottom of the News page to send us (upload) your pictures. Its fast and easy!
If you ever want to see the business side of the Commission (agendas, minutes, etc.) please visit us on our Town webpage. This is where you will find our sub-committee business information as well.
Please take a moment and email us or use our “Stay in Touch” page to let us know what you think of our new web design along with sending us any suggestions on how to make the site work better for you.
More changes coming including information on our sub-committees.
Note: This site was done for us by Wetherbee Creative.
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We are looking for new members of the Merrimack Conservation Commission. The commitment is simple and you don't have to have experience, just a desire to serve your Town and get involved with the Conservation's business. See the Town Volunteer webpage for more details. Thanks! You will feel rewarded. We have available spots on our sub-committees that help us with the oversight and management of the Horse Hill Nature Preserve, Grater Woods, and Wildcat Falls Conservation Area. Email us if you want to make a difference.