The Moosalamoo Association is a citizens' advisory group that advocates on behalf of Moosalamoo National Recreation Area to plan for and manage quality recreational opportunities, education, and wildlife habitat conservation.
Projects we've worked on in since 2019 in conjunction with the US Forest Service include:
- A new trail map was completed and printed.
- New railings were installed on a bridge spanning Sucker Brook on Elsie’s Loop.
- Heatshields were installed on picnic tables at both Silver Lake and Moosalamoo Campgrounds.
- A new shed and lean-to were installed at Moosalamoo Campground.
- The parking lot at the Oak Ridge Trailhead was reconstructed.
- The grassy area in front of the toilets at the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail was replanted with native shrubs and flowers.
- The parking area at Voter Brook Overlook and the overlook itself were resurfaced. A new picnic table and panoramic sign were installed. A new bench will be installed in 2023.
- An excavator completed extensive ditching and water bars in Water Tower Hill Network. This work was done in cooperation with the Catamount Trail Association.
- The bridge on the Robert Frost Connector Trail was completed. Benches and tables have been installed.
- A promotional video highlighting the MNRA’s wealth of recreational opportunities was completed.
- New bear boxes at the Moosalamoo Campground were built and installed.
- A pedestrian bridge on the Oak Ridge Trail was removed and replaced.
- Several interpretive panels were replaced within Moosalamoo NRA.
- A bridge from the decommissioned Elsie's Loop was moved to replace a washed out bridge on the Sucker Brook Trail.