Parks & Recreation Here at the Bow Parks and Recreation Department we take great pride in offering a well-rounded recreation program for all ages, toddlers through senior citizens. Our activities range from sports to crafts, fitness to dance, special events, trips and more.
Canterbury Shaker Village is located 20 minutes north of Concord, New Hampshire, an hour west of Portsmouth, New Hampshire and approximately an hour and a half north of Boston, Massachusetts. Click here for Mapquest. Click here for Google Maps. From the South: Route 93 North to Exit 15E, Route 393 East. Take Exit 3, Route 106 North.
Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Tamer Wingler Carpenter (10 Feb 1918–20 May 2010), Find A Grave Memorial no. 62620250, citing Carolina Memorial Park, Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA ; Maintained by Joyce Compton (contributor 47356108) .
The Contoocook Railroad Bridge is a covered bridge on the former Contoocook Valley (first Concord & Claremont, later Boston & Maine) Railroad line spanning the Contoocook River in the center of the village of Contoocook, New Hampshire, United States.
welcome to contoocook, new hampshire HOME OF THE HIStoric CONTOOCOOK RAILROAD DEPOT & Riverway Park Located in Contoocook Village, the park includes the Contoocook train depot, the world's oldest surviving covered railroad bridge, a 1907 vintage passenger coach, and the Lewellen Bandstand.
Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge offers visitors the opportunity to view and/or photograph wildlife in their native habitats. The Ferry Way and Peverly Pond pedestrian trails are open daily from dawn to dusk and offer opportunities for wildlife watching and photography.
This scenic and inviting 241-acre preserve is a short drive from Ithaca and encompasses portions of an extensive forest, rolling meadows, wetlands, and a rugged stretch of Six-Mile Creek. The preserve borders Yellow Barn State Forest, Hammond Hill State Forest, and the Cornell Old 600 Natural Area, making it an important connector in a larger array of some 8,000 acres of protected lands.
The Kimball Lake property was given to the town in 1982 by the Swiftwater Girl Scout Council who received the property through a bequest from the Kimball Estate. The lake and cabins were developed by two public-spirited natives, John C. Kimball of Manchester and Harold C. Kimball of New York City.
The eight historic houses in Longyear Museum’s collection trace Mary Baker Eddy’s footsteps as Discoverer, Founder, and Leader of Christian Science. Each house marks a stage of Mrs. Eddy’s life, from the struggles of her earlier New Hampshire years to the years of accomplishment represented by her home in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is a sustainable memorial that will engage minds, make learning fun, and inspire people of all ages to pursue lifelong learning about our universe. Who We Honor Alan Bartlett Shepard (November 18, 1923 – July 21, 1998) was the first American to travel to space.
Merrimack River Outdoor Education & Conservation Area. About the Property. It’s often called just the floodplain, but its full name is the Merrimack River Outdoor Education and Conservation Area. The dramatic floodplain landscape includes oxbows, back channels, and high terraces that host a dynamic collection of overlapping natural communities.
The New Hampshire Governor's Mansion, known as "Bridges House", is the official residence of the Governor of New Hampshire and the governor's family. Bridges House, located at 21 Mountain Road in Concord, the capital of New Hampshire, has served as the governor's official residence since 1969.
Each year, the Law Enforcement Memorial Committee invites the public to join us at a ceremony held at the New Hampshire Law Enforcement Officers Memorial site. On that day we honor and recognize the dedication and bravery of the New Hampshire Law Enforcement and Corrections Officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the protection of our citizens and communities.
The North East Motor Sports Museum is at 922 NH Rt 106 N., Loudon, NH. We are open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays during the summer, 10am-4pm with extended days and hours during NHMS race weekends. Children under 10 and Seniors over 75 are free as are active military. Seniors 65-74 pay just $7. Best way to reach us is by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hebron , NH 03241 United States + Google Map Choose from a canoe, single/double kayak, or paddleboard as we travel along the route of the newly created water trail. Visiting as many stops as time allows and learning more about the geology and ecology of Newfound Lake.
Pleasant View was Mary Baker Eddy's last home before moving to Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, in 1908. It was destroyed by the Christian Science Board of Directors and all evidence of it was buried. The directors in 1927 built a charitable retirement home for aged Christian Science practitioners on the site.
The Suncook Valley Railroad was a short-line railroad in the United States, originating in Suncook, New Hampshire, and terminating in Barnstead, New Hampshire. It was operated as its own business entity since September 28, 1924, when control was regained from the Boston and Maine Railroad.
West Terrill Park is situated on the banks of the Merrimack River and offers hidden trails beneath a thick growth of trees. The trails are relatively easy and suitable for children and people with disabilities as well. Enjoy picturesque views of the river and the New Hampshire State House.
The park is a gift to the City of Concord from the late governor’s son, Rivington R. Winant, and his wife, Joan, of New York City. The final transfer of the property was completed in 2009, and was made possible through a complex collaboration among the Winants, the City, Five Rivers Conservation Trust, and St. Paul’s School.