Thank you Warner businesses!

Businesses from across Warner are supporting the trail by displaying our donation cards.

Concord Lake Sunapee Rail Trail donation card

CLSRT Donation Card

Please thank these retailers for their support.
Aubuchon Hardware
Bella Capelli Salon
Brown Family Realty
Caldwell Banker Real Estate
Charlie Macs
Circle K Stores, Warner
Country Cobwebs
Cyr Lumber
Evans Expressmart, Warner
Foothills of Warner
Knoxland Equipment
Mainstreet Bookends
Pizza Chef of Warner
Pleasant Lake Estates
Schoodacs Coffee & Tea
School House Cafe
Sugar River Bank
The Local
Warner Barber Shop
The Velvet Moose
Warner Laundromat & Dry Cleaning
Warner Pharmacy
Warner Police
Warner Town Hall
Yankee Farmers Market

If we missed your business and you would like to help please get in touch.

CLSRT Baseball Hat thank you gift

Concord Lake Sunapee Rail Trail baseball hat is a reward for your $100 tax deductible donation to the rail trail.

Make a $100 tax-deductible contribution to Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail and earn a limited edition rail trail baseball cap as a thank you gift.




Look your best and show your support for the trail with a Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail cap. Make a tax-deductible donation of $100 or more and get your limited edition baseball hat before they run out!

Lightweight khaki hat  is comfortable in all seasons, and smooth velcro back strap adjusts to fit all sizes.

 

Warner Fall Foliage Festival Update

Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail booth at the 2016 Warner Fall Foliage Festival.

Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail booth at the 2016 Warner Fall Foliage Festival.

A huge thank you to all who came by the booth to learn more about the trail, sign up for our e-mail news, and make donations. We are now offering thank you gifts of CLSRT baseball hats for donations of $100 and up. Eight of those hats were purchased during festival and more people joined as individual and family members. A sincere thanks to everyone for their donations of any amount. This trail is coming together and we especially appreciate those who are making donations as we ready our next projects. We now have over $3500 in our account to put towards the bridge.

Also during festival week another landowner gave permission for the trail to cross their property and discussions on several other parcels moved forward. More details will be forthcoming in the near future.

Ribbon Cutting Sept 27th for Warner Rail Trail at Bagley Field

Warner Rail Trail entrance at Bagley Field
Please join us Saturday, Sept 27th at 10 am for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the new Warner Rail Trail section at Bagley Field.

We will have a brief ceremony, followed by coffee, cider and snacks, and an optional group walk on the trail.

Thank you to Warner DPW, the Parks and Rec crew, and the many volunteers who made this project happen!

Sponsored by Warner Parks and Recreation

 

Funding for the trail was made possible in part by Nancy Sibley Wilkins Trust, the Anonymous fund of the NH Charitable Foundation and HEAL NH, and private donations.

 

Half mile of brush cleared at Bagley Field in Warner

Bagley field trail before and after

Before, during, and soon to be…

Thanks to all the folks who helped clear this first section of trail at Bagley Field in Warner, near the site of the old Bagley rail station. The next step is to do some leveling in the loop section and prepare the bed for hard pack surface. When we finish, we will have a scenic one mile loop that starts and ends to the right of the Bagley Field entrance gate. A beautiful place to stroll by the river, take a warm up run, or get a birds eye view of the soccer games.