Our Properties

Over time, the Wentworth Watershed Association (formerly known as the Lake Wentworth Foundation) has acquired a number of environmentally sensitive parcels in the Lake Wentworth-Crescent Lake watershed. Each parcel boasts unique characteristics and their ownership by the Association ensures and encourages the protection and preservation of these valuable natural resources.

The Cotton Valley Trail skirts the LWF's Allen 'A' Preserve

The Cotton Valley Trail skirts the Allen ‘A’ Preserve

Allen ‘A’ Preserve 

Cotton Valley Trail easement

Hersey Point Preserve

Linda Baldwin Preserve

The Allen Irwin Stevens Preserve

Square Hill Preserve 

Square Hill – Lot 6 

In addition, the Association holds an easement on a stretch of wetlands on the property of the New Hampshire Boat Museum.

Land Acquisition and Management

The Association seeks to protect water quality within the Lake Wentworth/Crescent Lake watershed, preserve open space, protect natural habitat of wildlife or plants, preserve or enhance the viewshed, and preserve natural areas for passive outdoor recreation and scenic enjoyment by the general public. Click here for a copy of the Association’s Land Acquisition and Management Policy.