Greeley Park is a public park in Nashua, New Hampshire, United States, occupying 125 acres (51 ha) extending from the Merrimack River, across Concord Street, to Manchester Street. The property was originally bought in 1801 by Joseph Greeley, who passed it on to his son after his death.
Monson Center is considered by leading archeologists to be one of the most significant archeological sites in New England. Many of the original foundations of the homes that were built in this late 1700s village are preserved. Visiting Monson Center, a historic gem, is literally a breath of fresh air, and a step back in time.
Pennichuck Brook is one of the tributaries of the Merrimack River in New Hampshire in the United States. Its watershed is 31 square miles (80 km 2) and is one of the 14 subwatersheds of the Merrimack River. It passes through Nashua and Merrimack, New Hampshire and serves as the public water supply for greater Nashua.
Join us at the Pepperell Covered Bridge on May 22, 2016 from 1:00 to 4:00 for a presentation to learn the history of the crossing over the Nashua River dating back to 1740, the brave actions of Patriot Prudence Wright during the American Revolution and Pepperell’s Covered Bridges since 1848. The event is part of Freedoms Way Hidden Treasures ...
Proctor Park . Park Description: This park has a stocked “Catch & Release” pond, 2 shelter houses, 2 playground areas and numerous monuments and memorials to our Veterans and those currently serving in the Armed Services and our Hometown Heroes – those who serve and protect in our neighborhoods and communities.
Roby Park is fairly new, maybe less than ten years old. It has a large, fenced-in, wonderful playground. There is ample parking there. Next to the playground is a baseball diamond. There is also an outdoor skating rink and a hill for sledding. If there isn't enough snow, they make some man-made snow.
Veterans Memorial Park abuts Naticook Lake on the north and Camp Sargent road on the south. A memorial to veterans of all of America’s wars is located in this park. This park ranges biologically from pine barrens in the uplands, to wetland along Naticook Lake.