Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park interprets the evolving story of conservation. Between November - late May, all park buildings are closed and visitor services are limited. Enjoy a winter hike on park trails, attend a Working Woodlands Workshop, or download the NPS App to take a self guided tour of the park grounds.
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park shares a parking lot with the Billings Farm & Museum.
There is no entry fee for Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. Tour and program fees may apply. Please visit our Guided Tours page for more information.
Leashed pets are welcome on the trails year round. Please plan to pack out dog waste. There are trash receptacles available in the Billings Farm & Museum parking lot.
The use of motorized vehicles and bicycles on the carriage roads and trails is specifically prohibited in the Deed of Gift - a permanent condition of the generous donation that transferred most of Mount Tom to the National Park Service and the American people. Since the park opened in 1998, people have been understanding and respectful of this limitation and have enjoyed the carriage roads and trail in many other ways.
The trails are open for equestrian use. Most trails are suitable for horseback riding, but please avoid taking your horse up the Precipice Trail and North Peak Trail. Horse Trailers can be parked at the Prosper parking lot or Billings Farm and Museum overflow lot. (If you are bringing a carriage, please make sure to call ahead to make arrangements 802/457-3363 x0).
Download the official NPS App
Download the park for offline use, and you'll have a pocket guide to your visit - No cell service required!
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Maps and Hiking Information
Grab a map and explore our 25+ miles of carriage roads and trails.
View our calendar of daily programs and special events!
Last updated: November 9, 2023