There are approximately 10 miles of groomed trails throughout Chapman Sanctuary and Visny Woods on over 225 acres. The White Mountain National Forest abuts CSVW on the north and west. Trail maps are available at the Visitor' Kiosk located at the Chapman House or DOWNLOAD TRAIL MAP HERE.
Chapman Sanctuary and Visny Woods is open to the public during daylight hours year round for hiking, bird watching, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing
FREE! Admission to all trails
Trails are groomed in winter for X-country skiing and snowshoeing
RIVER TRAIL is "snowshoe ONLY" in winter
Groups are welcome with advance notice
Picnic tables are available behind the Chapman House and at the end of the Logging Road
NO alcoholic beverages allowed
Dogs are prohibited from Dec.1 to July 1
DO NO HARM : As always CSVW requires that visitors leave the trails as they find them. Guests should not disturb or remove any material (plant, stone or otherwise) as this may directly and adversely impact the animals and birds. Always be respectful of nature and NEVER disturb a nest or any of the wildlife. THANK YOU.
HAVE A GREAT DAY OUTSIDE IN NATURE at Chapman Sanctuary and Visny Woods!
November 1, 2018
The trails are always well-maintained. An over-abundance of rain on top of falling leaves, and colder temperatures, has created some wet areas. You may run into slippery sections along the trails. Appropriate footwear is always recommended.
Autumn is rounding the corner into winter! The fields have all been mowed down in preparation for killing frosts and soon snow. Colder temperatures may require additional layers of clothing. Dress according to the season.
A few "blaze orange" vests available at the Visitor's Sign-in Kiosk for our guests to wear on the trails if they wish to borrow one. Please return them to the Visitor's Kiosk.
As always, please remember to sign in at the Visitor's Kiosk.
Join us soon and enjoy the beautiful CSVW Trails & Teacup Lake, gardens, birds and wildlife!
CSVW TRAILS & PLANT LIFE
PLEASE SIGN IN AT VISITOR'S KIOSK
It is important that visitors using the CSVW Trails sign in at the Kiosk in the parking area. Signing in at the kiosk helps us with our record keeping and gives CSVW an opportunity to learn about our visitors and members. Trail Maps are available at the kiosk. THANK YOU
CSVW TRAIL MAP
Download a copy of the CSVW Trail Map using the link below
New! to our walking trails is a RIVER TRAIL GUIDE! All35 CSVW Trail Information Stations may be enjoyed from your home or on the trails using smart phone or tablet by downloading the River Trail Guide here .......