Pequawket Pond Preserve


Public Access

September 30, 2021

In September of 2021, USVLT took ownership of the 24-acre Pequawket Pond peninsula, which straddles the town line between Conway and Albany along the western shore of Pequawket Pond. The "Pequawket Pond Preserve" will be managed to improve wetland habitat and to provide public access. Prior to USVLT’s ownership, the parcel had been owned by the State of New Hampshire as mitigation land for the never-built Conway Bypass. Sixteen years ago, the state had created several wetland areas onsite, which will now be stewarded and maintained by USVLT. Several walking trails were also installed in 2006 by the State, and these will also be maintained into the future. The property is accessible via Bridge Street in Albany.


From downtown Conway, head west on NH-113 W/Main Street. After 1.8 miles, turn left to continue on NH-113 W. In .2 miles, turn left onto Cranmore Shores Road. Continue for .1 miles, then turn left to stay on Cranmore Shores Road. After .2 miles, turn left onto Bridge Street. Continue .3 miles on Bridge Street and the dirt parking lot will be straight ahead.

State(s): NH
Town(s): albany, conway
Acres: 24
Town Tax Map: 8 (Albany), 277 (Conway), Lot: 44 (Albany), 218 (Conway)
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