Windham Area Recreation Foundation

Dedicated to establishing the Windham region as a preeminent four season destination and bettering the lives of its residents and visitors through the enhancement of trail-based recreation opportunities.

Come on down for our first Trail Day

WARF will be holding Trail Days throughout the year, where we invite members of the community and otherwise interested parties to perform maintenance and repairs on area trails. Trail maintenance doesn't SOUND like fun, (which is why I call them Trail Days not Trail Work Days) but I assure you, we're a lovely group of people and we have a good time. Most importantly, your efforts will help us keep Windham's network of trails looking pristine. 

Our first Trail Day will be held today (Monday, August 12) on the Elm Ridge trial system. We will meet at 4 pm at the Elm Ridge escarpment trail parking lot, at the corner of Cross Rd, and Route 23 .We'll be doing routine maintenance on the trail, primarily smoothing out the trail by flattening and removing rocks. Bring a shovel, pickaxe or sledge hammer if you can, otherwise WARF will have some tools to supply.

In the future we will provide more notice on the blog, but if you're interested in being added to the email list for Trail Days contact me at

Welcome to the new WARF website

Hi there, welcome to the brand new website for the Windham Area Recreation Foundation (WARF). The site is still very much under construction so, please pardon the mess for the time being.

My name is Charlie DeBoyace, I'm working with WARF on this website and other projects. I hope to have some new pages and features up on the site in the coming days and weeks. Including a donate tab, which should be up in within the week. I also hope to establish a newsletter and a calendar of events in the near future. 

Thanks for your interest in WARF, if you're looking for anymore information feel free to contact me at