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Attractions in Great-North-Woods, NH

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Fuller's Sugarhouse
Fuller's Sugarhouse things to do on a rainy day in Great-North-Woods, NH
Tour in Lancaster, NH USA

A very modern maple sugarhouse using the latest technologies, a gift shop selling pure New Hampshire maple products and locally made new Hampshire jellies, jams, pickles, soups, dip mixes , pottery and more. Tours always available.

Groveton Covered Bridge
Groveton Covered Bridge
Scenic in Groveton, NH USA

The bridge was built by Captain Charles Richardson and his son. When U.S. Route 3 was reconstructed in 1939, the Groveton covered bridge was bypassed. It was repaired by Milton Graton and his son Arnold in 1964-1965. A water supply line is suspended beneath the bridge.

Mount Orne Covered Bridge
Mount Orne Covered Bridge
Scenic in Lancaster, NH USA

The first bridge at this site was constructed in the 1860s or 70s to connect the towns Lancaster and Lunenburg. The owner, Union Bridge Company, operated it as a toll bridge until it was destroyed by a log jam in 1908.

Stark Covered Bridge
Stark Covered Bridge
Scenic in Groveton, NH USA

The bridge was originally a simple Paddleford truss with a center pier. During the 1890s, high water removed the center pier and the bridge was washed downstream. It was brought back by men and oxen and set on new stone piers.


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