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      From the parking lot, a woods road leads past a metal gate, to a clearing that also serves as a log landing during forest management operations. Doe Farm is tucked between Bennett Road to the north and the Lamprey River to the south. It offers a network of beautiful 3+ mile network of woodland trails that lead to the Lamprey River and its backwaters. The property’s 3,000 feet of shoreline helps protect the water quality of the Wild & Scenic Lamprey River.

      Doe Farm is an upland forest with a mix of red oak, white pine, red pine and Norway spruce plantations. Small streams and seepages drain in a southeasterly direction toward the Lamprey River. Pockets of shrub wetlands and floodplain forest are found along the stream drainages and along the Lamprey River. Periodic timber harvests and invasive plant control help maintain a healthy forest.

      Olinthus N. Doe bequeathed Doe Farm to the Town upon his death in 1909. The Doe family burial ground and cellar hole of the family homestead are located just beyond the forest clearing.

      In 2019, an information kiosk, new trail bridges, and other trail improvements were completed at Doe Farm. This was accomplished with the help of volunteers, interns, Student Conservation Association NH AmeriCorps, and Public Works staff, with funding from Durham conservation funds and the generous contributions of local citizens to the Patron’s Trust. In addition to more than 25 smaller donations, the Town of Durham received major gifts from the following people: Malin and Will Clyde, Jim and Amy Lawson, Tracy Schroeder and Kenny Rotner, Ann and Carden Welsh, and two anonymous donors. Special thanks to Durham resident John Nachilly for his extraordinary volunteer time working on the Doe Farm trails and bridges.


      Hiking and running
      Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing
      Mountain biking
      Dog-walking (dogs on-leash/under control; pick up dog waste)

      Parking area
      Picnic areas

      Open dawn to dusk
      No hunting or fireworks
      No motorized wheeled vehicles (ATVs, trucks, dirt bikes)
      No Horseback Riding
      No campfires or camping without written permission
      No camping or fires on Moat Island
      Carry in, Carry out
      Do not disturb plants, animals, historical or cultural features
      The railroad is private property and access is strictly prohibited
      source: ...
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      Land Status: City Managed
      Activities Click to view
      Region Details
      • 8

      Region Status
      Open as of Sep 14, 2021


      Trails (view details)
      Trails Mountain Bike
      Trails Hike
      Trails Trail Running
      Trails Nordic Ski
      Total Distance
      3 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      2,405 ft
      Total Descent
      151 ft
      Total Vertical
      39 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      64 ft
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      Recent Trail Reports

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      user #1300246Danbrown03868addreportDoe Farm Main Tail and 3 more
      Jun 17, 2021 @ 7:04pm
      Jun 17, 2021
      user #1932476Hubbles83addtrailDoe Farm Lower Loop (Orange) and 7 more
      May 10, 2021 @ 6:25am
      May 10, 2021

      Nearby Areas

      College Woods 12 km
      George F. Smith Woodlot 44.5 km
      Kingman Farm 11 44.5 km
      Piscassic Greenway 5 14.7 km
      Stratham Hill Park 12 13 15.1 km

      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike83 miles151 ft2,405 ft39 ft
      Hike83 miles151 ft2,405 ft39 ft
      Trail Running83 miles151 ft2,405 ft39 ft
      Nordic Ski73 miles141 ft2,234 ft39 ft
      • By Hubbles83 FortRock NAG & contributors
      • Admins: SNH NEMBA
      • #45387 - 165 views

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