Kendall Pond Conservation Area 60 acres, 2 miles of Trails

Three day weekend, three trails to enjoy! Looking for some great walking trails in your own back yard? Londonderry offers some of the best in the Southern New Hampshire, Northern Massachusetts region. Each day this weekend we will offer a trail for you to enjoy. They are all open all year round and have trail maps to help you along.

This Londonderry trail is great for beginners with parking available for a small youth group. Wandering through a forest that was harvested in the last decade the terrain is easy to navigate. The viewshead is spectacular due to the historic Kendall Pond included in the recreation area just to the north west of the trail.

Trail Head parking is just off South Road. From the South School direction it is just past the telephone box. From the East it is just past Grove Street. See the aerial photo map below. For even more detailed directions, click on the “B” below, then click on “Get Directions”.

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Click on the trail map for a larger version, the parking area contains a kiosk with more information.


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  1. Vote -1 Vote +1Kris

    I don’t see how the trailhead parking could be at end of Hickory Hill Drive. Doesn’t that refer to the Musquash area? It is unclear whether or not there is parking off of South Rd. A slightly larger version of the trail map would also be helpful.

    1. Vote -1 Vote +1admin

      Thanks for pointing that out, we did have an error and corrected it.

      The map is the largest size available from the Trailways group. The good news is the area is rather small, and you can not get lost. The trail was expanded a few years ago by Londonderry Trailways and is easy to follow.

  2. Vote -1 Vote +1ernie

    used to be NO HUNTING at Kendall Pond. Offical State “NO HUNTING Conservation area” signs were posted. Homes ring the area. No signs now. Fish and Game Dept sleeping ? I’m not. Sunday morning , right at dawn, even today , Thurs. 6:50 BOOM , BOOM ,23 Dec. , a half wit is killing ducks. waking up the neighborhood. Homes across the tiny “pond” are not far away. THAT AREA IS A CONSERVATION AREA, THE WOMAN , WATTS, LEFT IT TO THE TOWN WITH THE INTENTION OF PROTECTING DUCKS, SHE HAD SWANS AND PET DUCKS. WHERE IS FISH AND GAME ?

  3. +1 Vote -1 Vote +1grant p

    My girlfriend and I went fishing on the little stream coming put of the pond this past weekend…she caught a small silver fish that I have no idea what it is. Ive done a fair amount of fishing and have never seen a fish like this. It looms like a smelt, but it was 3 to 4 times the size of a smelt…it also had ths mouth of a bottom feeding fish, unlike a smelt. I was just curious of the breed of fish and whether this pond is stocked or not

    1. Vote -1 Vote +1ken

      it was a white fish,they are good to eat i catch them up north and down here also.

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