307 Applebee Rd, Milton Mills, NH 03852

Trails & Maps

Be Outside.

exploration for every season…

From cross country skiing through open snowy fields, to lush green hiking trails along meandering riverbanks, Branch Hill Farm is a family friendly place for explorers of every age and ability. 

Trails at BHF

The Camsie Anna Nature Trail

This gentle loop invites hikers of every age to experience the Farm and surrounding nature as they wander through 1.3 miles of fields, forests, and orchards. With the guidance of 20+ interactive stations, hikers will learn about pollinator gardens, the Preservation Orchard, sustainably managed forests and much more while making stops along the scenic Salmon Falls River and enjoying a children’s read-a-long storybook sponsored by the Milton Free Public Library. 

Camsie Anna Thickett (nee Siemon), whose life work was to help others as a mental health therapist, believed passionately in the therapeutic power of long walks in the woods. This year-round trail is a dedication to Camsie and her work. Created as a community gift, all are welcome to wander and experience the sights, smells and sounds of the natural world, and experience the restorative power of nature.

Plummer's Ridge Forest & Farm Hiking Trails

This network of trails was created as a collaboration between Branch Hill Farm, McKenzie’s Farm, and the New Hampshire Farm Museum. Eagle Scout Stephen Steer raised funds to make and install all the trail signs for BHF for his Eagle Scout Project. Explore over six miles of trails, many along the scenic Branch River and to other various points of interests.

The Siemon Access Trails

The Siemon Access Trail and associated trails access Branch Hill Farm’s scenic 600-acre peninsula between the Branch and Salmon Falls Rivers. The large acreage and the diversity of field, forest, wetland, and river habitats are ideal for supporting a wide range of wildlife. Enjoy sightings of herons, baltimore orioles and red wing blackbirds in wetland areas to bald eagles, ospreys, kingfishers, mink, beavers and turtles along the river corridors. Coyotes, grouse, bear, turkey, and deer abound. Please be respectful of all wildlife when visiting.