TCC manages several properties owned by the Town of Tamworth, as well as the Great Hill Fire Tower in Hemenway State Forest.  It also helps establish - and provides stewardship for - conservation easements on privately-owned lands. 

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Trail Maps & Descriptions

The Commission maintains trails on many of its properties.  These trails are designed for pedestrian use; motorized vehicles are not allowed.  Volunteers maintain these trails, and the Commission holds trail work days a few times each year.  Contact the Commission with trail maintenance suggestions and/or if you are interested in helping with trail work:

NoteUse of TCC lands and trails is at your own risk. 

You can see current conditions from the
"TamCam" on the Great Hill Fire Tower.

The view from Great Hill Tower takes in all Tamworth, the Sandwich Range, & the Ossipee Mountains.

The view from Great Hill Tower takes in all Tamworth, the Sandwich Range, & the Ossipee Mountains.

Mailboxes near the start of each trail contain trail maps & descriptions.  Please return them to the map boxes when you are done with them. You can also download them here:

Overview Map & Brochure of TCC Trails (PDF). Also available at local libraries, town office, and The Other Store.
Bearcamp River Trail Map  (PDF) . The TCC helps maintain portions of the Bearcamp River Trail, which runs from Sandwich Notch to Bartlett Mill Bridge in South Tamworth.  The trail is in varying states of repair; use at your own risk.
Big Pines Natural Area & Great Hill Trails & Tower Map (PDF).  North of Tamworth Village.  Access these trails from Route 113A or Great Hill Road.
    Easy Walker Nature Trail at Big Pines - Trail Guide (PDF).  Access from the same Big Pines trailhead off Route 113A.
Black Spruce Bogs Trail Map & Description (PDF).  These trails are just west of White Lake State Park, off Route 16 & Depot Road.
Earle Remick Nature Trail Guide (PDF).  A short, guided nature walk off Route 113, between Tamworth Village and Brett School.
Jackman Pond Trail Map & Description (PDF).  A walk around Jackman Pond in South Tamworth.  Access from Route 113 or Bunker HIll Road.
Waterfowl Haven Trail Map (PDF).  Field, forest, & wetlands to explore in Chocorua Village, off Route 16.  Park north of the Fire Station.