Corrine Rober

Corrine Rober has been in the entrepreneurial arena for over three decades, working together with her husband to lead the way in innovative ideas and initiatives. They started with a logging business that operated from 1981-2022, then expanded into land development and excavation. Together they owned and operated Margarita Grill Ltd. in Glen, NH, for 17 years, from 1999 to 2015. During their ownership, the restaurant was recognized as the “Business of the Year” by the Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce and facilitated the growth of the Farm-to-Table Initiative with the Mount Washington Valley Originals organization.

In 2013, they opened Bear Rock Adventures Inc. They grew the establishment from 10 OHRV rental units to over 50 units annually, and added a glamping campground, lodging facility, an extensive retail space, and an E-commerce site. Bear Rock Adventures has consistently been recognized as a leader for operations, business practice, and community involvement. The operation has been recognized as “The Best of Outdoor Recreation” by New Hampshire Magazine for five consecutive years. In 2019, they were honored by the New Hampshire Business Review as a recipient of the BOB awards for serving as a model for business leaders across the state.

Bear Rock partnered with Polaris industries in 2015 as one of the first Polaris Adventures Outfitters in the nation, and now upholds a consistent status of certificate of excellence within the organization as one of the top 10 outfitters in the country, now topping out at over 125 agents.

Corrine has been recognized by the New Hampshire Business Review in the “NH Top 200” for 2020 and 2021, and was the North Country Chamber of Commerce’s “Director of the Year” in 2019. Corrine lives in Colebrook, NH, with her husband Steve Baillargeon. She has three boys Partik, Erik and Tanner, and a granddaughter Hazel. In her free time, she loves to hike and ride the trails in the Great North Woods.