FOMS Publications

Friends of Mount Sunapee – Public Comments, Aug. 6, 2018, RE: Proposed ski area lease change (to Vail Resorts) at Mount Sunapee State Park

FOMS Alert: Mount Sunapee comments due by Aug. 8th (Aug. 3, 2018

FOMS ENews: July 2018

Vail Resorts seeks to acquire the ski area lease and resort operations at Mount Sunapee State Park. Please join FOMS at the Mount Sunapee State Park Information Session on Wednesday, July 25 at 6 pm. at Mount Sunapee State Park (Sunapee Lodge), Route 103, Newbury, N.H. Read more

FOMS Letter: March 2018

As Mount Sunapee State Park marks its 70th year, we would like to update you with a summary of our activities and thank you for your continued support.

We face challenging times. Nationally, we see increased threats to our public lands, ancient and treasured sites, forested and open spaces, and water resources. Private interests, with direct pipelines into the very agencies charged with preserving our special places, use their influence to gain leases and corporate-friendly policies and practices.

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FOMS Letter: Spring 2017

In the early 1900s, decades before the formation of the state park, preservationist Herbert Welsh led the first campaign “to save Mount Sunapee for all people and to all time.” At the time, timber industry clear-cutting was destroying Mount Sunapee’s scenic beauty and natural environment including its primeval forest.

In defense of a Mount Sunapee State Park for all, the important work of conservation, education, and advocacy continues. Continue it must! Read more…

FOMS Pamphlet: Discussion of the 2015-2019 Proposed Master Plan for Mount Sunapee – Western Expansion into Goshen (1/2015)

Download/view: Proposed Expansion – Pamphlet 2015 Jan (PDF 431kb).

Letter to Friends – FOMS 2015 Jan Cover Letter (PDF 210kb)

Existing vs Proposed Trail Chart 2014



State should say “No” to expansion – Concord Monitor editorial – January 9, 2015

FOMS Comments & Letters

FOMS Other Publications


Question 1: Public Trust, Public Interest, & Essential Public Values of Mount Sunapee State Park.
Question 2: DRED’s responsibilities for public process and oversight of the park and lease.
Question 3: Impacts of lease expansion on the park, the mountain, Goshen, and the region.
Question 4: DRED’s fiscal oversight responsibilities concerning the lease.
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Five Reasons FOMS Opposes Expansion at Mount Sunapee State Park, 2004 (pdf 35 Kb)


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