Goodrich Marsh Waterfowl Management Area
Acquisition History: These four parcels were donated to the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department by the New Hampshire Waterfowlers Association in 1998.
Description: Goodrich Marsh is divided by NH Rte. 101 but is adjacent to several other conserved parcels totaling nearly 200 acres in an otherwise well-developed landscape. The Piscassic River runs through the property.
Common Wildlife: The marsh supports breeding waterfowl and other wetland birds.
Directions: Goodrich Marsh is accessible only by canoe or kayak. There are no public boat access sites nearby but a hardy enthusiast may be able to portage their boat through the woods from the adjacent NHDOT Park and Ride off NH 125 in Epping.
DeLorme N.H. Atlas and Gazetteer coordinates: Page 29, K11
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