A 300-acre woodland preserve on Wild Goose Pond.

A place to connect with nature, art, and one another.

Graylag's Story

Discover the peace and quiet of the natural world.

Come to Graylag for a week, several days, or a few hours. Our trails and waters offer many opportunities to immerse in nature, and our rustic lodgings give you the perfect place to relax, unwind, and disconnect from the pressures of day to day life. Our programs help you learn about the natural world that surrounds us. We invite you to join us.

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Addressing COVID-19 Concerns

Graylag is committed to being a safe and healthy retreat where visitors can relax and connect with nature. To protect our guests and staff from COVID-19, we have instituted new policies and enhanced cleaning procedures. Click here to read more.

On the Wing: Birds of Prey - RESCHEDULED!

Sunday, September 18, at 2 pm

On the Wing wildlife rehabilitators will bring hawks, falcon, and owls to Graylag to provide a fascinating view of these raptors and share insights into their lives, adaptations, habitats, and predator/prey relationships.

Identifying Shrubs & Their Role as Wildlife Habitat

Wednesday, September 28, 4-6 pm

Join UNH Cooperative Extension’s Matt Tarr (State Specialist, Wildlife Habitat) on a slow walk at Graylag Nature Preserve to learn how to identify common native and non-native shrubs and how each shrub species functions as habitat for different wildlife.

"Our time at Graylag was exactly what we had hoped for — an oasis of natural calm and beauty that seemed a world away from the constant interference of technology and the hubbub of people that make up our everyday world."

— A Graylag guest

Experience the beauty, peace, and quiet of Graylag by staying in one of our comfortable, beautifully furnished cabins.

A Graylag stay is a great choice for families and friends who want to leave everyday life behind and get close to the natural world of the New England woodlands. Swimming, boating, sailing, fishing, and hiking will energize your days, and quiet starry evenings are punctuated only with the calls of owls and loons.