Chesterfield Conservation Commission | O'Neal Town Forest

          James O'Neil, Sr. Forest

O'Neal Family at Dedication The James O'Neil, Sr. Forest is an 80-acre woodland on the Gulf Road in Chesterfield, NH. This parcel is part of the Wantastiquet-Monadnock Greenway Project. This forest was dedicated to James O'Neil, Sr. on November 5, 2005 attended by his family and towns people. James O'Neil, Sr. was an outstanding citizen and statesman who raised his family in Chesterfield. His public service included town moderator, member of the Chesterfield Conservation Commission, chair of School Board, chair of State School Board and Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives. He was active in the establishment of the Friedsam Town Forest and Pisgah State Park. His lifelong dedication to the Town of Chesterfield will be remembered by future generations as they enjoy the beauty of the James O'Neil, Sr. Forest.


There are no marked trails in the forest but the old logging road can be explored and joins the corner of the Daniels Mt. Loop Trail in the Madame Sherri Forest.