Victor Hewes Memorial Park Nature Trail
From Route 12A in Plainfield, NH, head north towards West Lebanon. After passing the Plainfield Cemetery, turn right onto Stage Road. Pass by the house on the corner to reach a open field. A small parking area is located on the far end of the field next to Stage Road.
This 19.5 acre park off Stage Road was purchased by the Town of Plainfield in 1988 and features playing fields, a baseball diamond, and a quaint, gently sloping trail. The Nature Trail follows the steep upper bank of Blow-Me-Down Brook where a granite bench honoring Dana Meadows's conservation advocacy is located. The trail loops back form the elevated stream bank to wander through a tall forest of mixed hardwoods, returning to the back of the baseball diamond where picnic tables are located.
A portable restroom is available by the baseball diamond during warm months.
Visit Plainfield Trailblazers online for more information or contact:
PO Box 111
Meriden, NH 03770
Phone: (603) 469-3845
Check for nearby geocaches to Victor Hewes Memorial Park Nature Trail.
Leave No Trace Principle
Be Considerate of Other Visitors
Be aware of and limit the noise you and your group generate. Enjoy the sounds of nature.