2019 Expansion Project
Solely funded by donations and grants - not property taxes.
PHASE II rehab and expansion is underway, but we need your help!
SUPPORT NEW BOSTON RAIL TRAIL REHAB PROJECT
$1,000.00 = PHASE II RESTING BENCH
$750.00 = TRAILHEAD KIOSK
$500.00 = ¼ MILE MARKER
$250.00 = RAILING POST
Donations of any denomination will be matched by the National Park Service 50/50 grant.
Phase II includes an additional 1.5 miles of trail that continues from Gregg Mill Road, at the Lang Station trail head, and heads east to the Parker Road trail head. This section of trail currently contains protruding tree roots and trip-laden terrain.
Upon completion, the New Boston Rail Trail will provide roughly 3.75 miles of safe, non-motorized trails for people of all ages and varying abilities to utilize cost-free.
Additionally, once Phase II and Phase III are completed, the New Boston Rail Trail will connect to the Goffstown Rail Trail (an already completed set of maintained trails) which is connected to the Manchester Rail Trail. Upon completion a 16-mile continuous rail trail system will exist from New Boston center to Fisher Cats Stadium in Manchester.
Together, we can make this a reality!
Make a Gift
Checks can be made out to:
Town of New Boston
Memo: Rail Trail
Mail to: NB Conservation Commission, PO Box 250, New Boston, NH 03070
Expansion Project Donors
Donors to Phase II of the Rail Trail Expansion Project will help provide resting benches, culverts, kiosks, bike racks, mile markers, government permits, engineering, live fencing (shrubs), logging, gravel, topcoat material to the trail.
Learn more about our sponsors by clicking their logos below:
David & Carol Hulick
David and Jillian Smith
Friends of New Boston Rail Trail
Friends of New Boston Rail Trail is an organization of dedicated volunteers who participate in the promotion, design and maintenance of a safe year-round pedestrian avenue to be enjoyed by people of all physical activities.
Become a member:
Your membership supports the work needed to finish and for maintaining the trail.
Sign up at our next event or drop-in and see Laura Bernard at New Boston Town Hall. You may also send your check to Town of NB Conservation Commission, PO Box 250 with a memo notation of NBRT.
You will receive a membership card and a windshield/bumper sticker to proudly display your support. If you bring your membership card to future 2019 events, you may be eligible for bonus offerings.
Attend Monthly Meetings: Have a voice on rail trail happenings and stay informed.
Participate: in rail trail maintenance events
Volunteer: to work on community trail events
Contact: potential sponsors
Promote: town and community connections with the trail