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Travel to Warren, NH. Continue on NH-118 N/NH-25 W for approximately .6 miles. Turn right onto NH-118 N for 5.0 miles. Trail head and parking will be on your right, with two stone walls and a sign reading, "McVetty Recreational Trail System"


Nearly five miles of trails criss-cross the Warren Town Forest. Trails access the Baker River abutting the northwest property boundary for access for swimming, fishing and other uses. Other trails wind pleasantly through the Mt. Moosilauke foothills, crossing several streams and occasionally making use of old woods roads. Remnants of the old farm are occasionally visible amongst the hardwoods including stone walls, cellar holes and an old well.

Other Information

The Warren Town Forest was donated to the Town of Warren, NH by the McVetty family. Managed as a wood lot for decades, the town recently partnered with Hermit Woods Trailbuilders, LLC to install a comprehensive trail system on the 120-acre parcel. Trails are open to all types of non-motorized activity including walking and hiking, mountain biking and skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. All uses are permitted on all trails. However, some trails were designed with certain uses in mind: examine the map for more details. Further historical information on the parcel and surrounding landscape is available on a series of informational panels staggered along two trails: Park's Railroad and Bridle Path.

Trail Manager

Visit Town of Warren online for more information or contact below: Town Administrator: administrator@warren-nh.com, (603) 764-5780

Town of Warren-NH
8 Water St., P.O. Box 40
Warren, NH 03279
Phone: (603) 764-5780


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Leave No Trace Principle

Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces

Walk single file in the middle of the trail. Wear the right shoes and enjoy the mud – you're in the great outdoors!