Cellar Holes

About This Project:

In an effort to bring more people into the Musquash to explore the natural beauty of the conservation land and to document more about historic Londonderry, Andrew Herrmann created this Eagle Scout Project. This project is the result of over 150 hours of work by the scouts and scouters of Troop 426, BSA. The historic marker, the research, the trail and the signs are the result. Working with Mr. Mike Considine and the Londonderry Conservation Commission, AJ completed the project in July 2008.

Musquash Cellar Holes:

In 1979 the town of Londonderry created the Musquash Conservation Area with over 550 acres of land.

Since then, the area has grown to over 900 acres and is one of the natural wonders of our community.

Throughout the Musquash are stone foundations from the early times of Londonderry. They are known as cellar holes.

Early Cellar Holes

Hardy Parker Homestead