List of CLC-Owned Properties 2018-06-12T21:18:50+00:00

Properties Owned or Managed by the CLC

The Chocorua Lake Conservancy owns or manages over 1,000 acres of conservation land in the Chocorua Lake Basin, and protects an additional 3,600 acres through perpetual conservation easements and covenants.

Conservation lands currently owned or managed by the CLC include:

  1. Frank Bolles Nature Reserve – 297 acres
           Donated by Mrs. Spencer (Bolles) Phenix in 1969.   Owned by The Nature Conservancy and managed by the Chocorua Lake Conservancy.
  2. Forrester A. Clark Reserve – 277 acres
           
    Donated by Mr. Forrester A. Clark in 1972.
  3. Little Lake Dam
           Donated by the Tamworth Foundation in 1974.
  4. Mary P. Scott Nature Reserve – 131 acres
           Donated by Mrs. Mary P. Scott in 1976.
  5. Bowditch Reserve – 9 acres
           Purchased in 1978 from the Trustees of the Charles P. Bowditch estate
  6. Abigail Adams Scott Korson Nature Reserve – 13 acres
           Donated by Mr. J. Henry Korson in 1981
  7. Stanley C. Snow Reserve – 7 acres
           Donated by Stanley C. Snow in 1986.
  8. The Grove
           Purchased in 1987 from the Trustees of the Charles P. Bowditch estate.
  9. The Island – 17 acres
           Purchased in 1990 from the Trustees of the Charles P. Bowditch estate.
  10. Woodhouse Reserve – 18 acres
           Purchased in 1991 from the Trustees of the Charles P. Bowditch estate.
  11. Tewksbury Parcel – 27 acres
           Donated by Charles Tewksbury in 1995.
  12. Brown Lot – 150 acres
           Purchased in 1999 from the Trustees of the Charles P. Bowditch estate.
  13. Burtt Lot – 14 acres
           Purchased in 2000 to protect the upper watershed.
  14. Charlotte C. Browne Memorial Woods – 67 acres
           Donated by the Chamberlin family in 2002.
  15. Adams Lot – under 1 acre
           Purchased in 2006 to protect the upper watershed
  16. Winslow’s Rest – under 1 acre
           Purchased in 2006 to protect the upper watershed
  17. Moose Meadows – 16 acres
           Purchased in 2011 to protect the upper watershed.

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