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Concord , NH 03301
A diversity of upland species occur at Hoit Road Marsh, including white-tailed deer, black bear, moose and coyotes. There are also numerous wetland-dependent species, including otter, beaver, muskrat, green and great blue herons, Canada geese, mallards, green-winged teal, hooded mergansers, wood ducks and black ducks. Tree swallows, belted kingfishers, and common yellowthroats are abundant in the summer. The marsh has a limited warmwater fishery, which includes pickerel and bullheads. From exit 17 off I-93 and take Hoit Road east three miles. The marsh borders the north side of the road. A 10-vehicle parking lot and a gravel boat ramp suitable for canoes and small boats are located near the dam site.