Read what Steve Smith, AMC Guide book author and owner of Mountain Wanderer Map and Book Store has to say about his "wanderings" around the Quincy Bog Natural Area at Mountain Wandering blog.
|Art for a Cause
Melissa Greenawalt Photography has pledged to donate 10% of all art sales to Quincy Bog for the month of June! Visit www.melissagreenawalt.com and click on the “Art for a Cause” tab for all the details and links.
Thanks Melissa, for supporting Quincy Bog!
There are a variety of ways to enjoy the Bog -
Stop by and take a walk around the Bog. It takes about an hour.
Attend one of our summer Wednesday evening programs or participate in a guided nature walk (look to your right for a list of what's happening this month).
If you have children, nieces, nephews or kids next door, bring them to the Bog this summer and be part of the Jr. Naturalist Program.
In addition to operating the Nature Center and trails around the Bog and the nearby Quincy Pasture Forest property, the Pemi-Baker Land Trust is part of our organization too! The land we steward under conservation easements is open for your enjoyment (foot traffic only). To learn more, check out our land trust website, PBLT.org. Perhaps you have some land that you and your family want to protect for the future – we can help you obtain information about conservation easements.
Quincy Bog is open during daylight hours to the public 365 days a year. We don't have specific hours, but overnight camping is not allowed.
Photos by B J Taffe, C Perron, D Ormsby,A KcKenney, B Dunlap