Outdoor Access for Everyone
Outdoor recreational opportunities add to the enjoyment of life, providing an important connection to the natural world.
Alvin LaPlante shows off the prize-winning pickerel he caught at the accessible fishing pier on Turtletown Pond in Concord. He was on an outing with fellow Heritage Heights residents.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is committed to making all reasonable efforts to ensure that its properties are accessible to, and usable by, all people including those with disabilities. Fish and Game’s goal is to provide equal access to all and to treat everyone with dignity and respect.
The use of a wheelchairs and manually powered mobility aids are allowed anywhere foot traffic is allowed and service animals are welcome at all Fish and Game properties.
Click on a topic to learn more:
- Accessible fishing and boating access sites - listed in our boat access
- Fishing for Everyone! (NH Wildlife Journal, March/April 2012)
Trails for All (NH Wildlife Journal, May/June 2012) - Crotched Mountain (Greenfield, NH) offers the world's longest universally accessible trails in a mountainside environment.
As the guardian of the state's fish, wildlife and marine resources, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department works in partnership with the public to:
- Conserve, manage and protect these resources and their habitats;
- Inform and educate the public about these resources; and
- Provide the public with opportunities to use and appreciate these resources.