Storybook Trail                 Maple Sugaring

The new normal...

Fall 2020 – BIBLF is still here, virtually, if not actually!  We are doing what we can to offer literacy programming for youngsters and encouraging physical activity. Please refer to our Homepage for updated information.

TRAIL CONDITIONS 10/01/20 9:00am:  All trails open, perfect conditions for walking, biking and running. Beautiful fall scenery!


1/2 Mile Storybook Trail:

"Honestly, Red Riding Hood was Rotten! The Story of Little Red Riding Hood as told by the Wolf"

by Trisha Speed Shaskan.

The Trails in the Wood trail system was developed for the purpose of education and recreational opportunities. The trails were designed for walking, X-C skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, maple sugaring, and nature observation. You can take a walk and read a story on our Storybook Trail and experience great children’s stories in a unique way.  It’s a wonderful way for the family to read and play together.  We feel that early exposure to simple outdoor activity in a family setting will encourage lifelong healthy habits. Exercise for the brain and body. The trails are open from 9am – 4pm or whenever the gate is open.


Beginning June 1st

Our trail system is back to normal:


• Please observe social distancing.

• Please keep dogs on leash.

• Please practice “Carry out what you bring in.”


• Open Daily, 9am - 4pm

• Daily Fee - $10/car • Weekly Fee - $25/car

• Annual Fee w/Membership - $50/year


Trail passes are $10 per car load for the day, $25 for the week.

Memberships INCLUDE trail passes: $50 - Individuals  or  $75 - Family.

There are two conveniently located kiosks in the 100-Acre Wood where you can find trail maps and pay for your trail pass for the day.

Believe in Books Literacy Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization: 41 Observatory Way, P.O. Box 1800, Intervale, NH 03845  (603) 356-9980