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For more information on current projects, plans, or volunteer opportunities, please contact us via email.

Make a donation to the Rail Trail

We welcome and appreciate any and all donations. Every donation of time, goods and services, or money directly supports our local projects and helps make the Rail Trail happen. We have a large number of specific tasks and projects outlined so that we can improve our communities today and build a foundation for the future.

You can make a tax deductible donation to the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail in several ways:

    1. Send a check to Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail, PO Box 610, Warner, NH 03278.
    2. Pay online here via Credit Card or Paypal.



    3. Send us an email with questions and we can help make your donation happen.
    4. For more information on our organization please visit Guidestar.org by clicking on their logo.

Donations of $100 or more earn a limited edition rail trail baseball cap as a thank you gift.

5 of the CLSRT board members: Fred Nystrom, Kristen Riley, Tim Blagden, Derek Lick, Jason Mutschler. Working hard outside the frame: Charles Cautley, David White.

A partial list of local groups with a particular interest in the Rail Trail:  CLSRT is working to further the trail in all communities.  Several communities have local efforts also working on the trail.

In Concord portions of the trail are on land managed by the Concord Conservation Commission.  See maps 1 and 3 on the Concord Trail System Guidebook and Maps for descriptions of trails along the old Concord to Claremont Railroad line.  Enthusiasts may want to look more closely at land and easements owned by the City of Concord through their online GIS viewer.

In Hopkinton a portions of the trail are on the Stevens Rail Trail, the Rollins Property, and Mast Yard State Forest.  All are managed by a joint project of the Hopkinton Conservation Commission and the Hopkinton Open Space Committee.

In Warner the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail works closely with the Warner Conservation Commission as much of the trail is close to the Warner River.  Warner Parks & Recreation has also provided significant help with trail construction and maintenance.

In Bradford the Rural Heritage Connection of Bradford is working with the Lake Sunapee Snowmobile Club to make extensions to the Tilly Wheeler Trail.