Mount Sunapee Resort’s five-year Master Development Plan (MDP) and Environmental Management Plan (EMP) 2020-2025 (revised 2023) is online. The plans, submitted to the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR) by Vail Resorts.
You can review Five-Year Master Development plans and the Revised Environmental Management Plans at: https://www.nhstateparks.org/about-nh-parks/park-administration-legislation/commissions-and-committees/mount-sunapee-advisory-commissionhttps://www.nhstateparks.org/about-nh-parks/park-administration-legislation/commissions-and-committees/mount-sunapee-advisory-commission
- DNCR and the division of Parks and Recreation are responsible for managing Mount Sunapee State Park and overseeing the ski area lease, which encompasses approximately 1100 acres of public conservation land.
The agency’s Involvement and Oversight Policy requires the ski area operator to submit master development and environmental management plans every five years.
In considering these plans, DNCR shall hold at least one public hearing in conjunction with the regional planning commission, according to the public involvement policy.
For related information see the FOMS resource pages: Mount Sunapee State Park management and policies and Mount Sunapee’s natural heritage and ancient forests.
Where to view the plans?
“The plans are available for public review at the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, 172 Pembroke Road, Concord, N.H., as well as in the Towns of Newbury, Goshen, New London, Sunapee, Newport, Bradford, Sutton, and at the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission.”