Tin Mountain's Rockwell Sanctuary

Conservation Easement

Public Access

July 6, 2007

Tin Mountain Conservation Center donated a Conservation Easement to USVLT in 2007 to permanently protect the 138-acre Rockwell Sanctuary and Margaret Marshall Mountain Laurel Warbler Garden on Bald Hill Road in Albany. This donation was made in partnership with New Hampshire’s Land & Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP). In addition to the extensive trail network on the property, also protected is the restored circa 1800 Allard barn, Chase Pond, Chase Brook, associated wetlands and vernal pools, and historic granite quarries. The property abuts the White Mountain National Forest and includes an exemplary 15-acre Appalachian Oak-Mountain Laurel Forest natural community. To learn more about Tin Mountain's campus in Albany, visit their website.


Trails & Directions

  • A downloadable trail map is available HERE.
  • From downtown Conway, head west on NH-113 W/Main Street. Turn right onto Bald Hill Road, the second right beyond the junction with the Kancamagus Highway. Continue for 1.2 miles, then Tin Mountain Conservation Center will be on your left. Park at Tin Mountain Conservation Center to access the Rockwell Sanctuary trail network. Trail maps are available inside.



State(s): NH
Town(s): albany
Acres: 138
Town Tax Map: 7, Lot: 88, 117
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