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Boyce Hill State Forest [PDF] [PNG]  

Map uploaded on October 9, 2016.

The 971-acre Boyce Hill State Forest was mostly farm land and open field at one time. A house and barn used to be located at the end of Jackson Forest Road, near the present turn around. Another homestead site was located adjacent to this, near a natural spring lined with stone that still exists today. According to map records and existing evidence, there were two other houses with barns located along Bryant Hill Road and Phillips Road. In addition, natural gas lines that predate state ownership cross the property.

There is one designated camp site along the North Country Trail on the eastern end of the state forest, near the pond at the end of Jackson Forest Road. This is a primitive tent camp site. There is also one lean-to along the trail in the middle of the state forest.


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