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Guidebook to Cornish Hill Farm

Melissa

Guidebook to Cornish Hill Farm

Food scene
For a yummy dinner and good beer, this place is a very popular destination. Both pub and sit down dinner options.
Poor Thom's Tavern
19 Bean Rd
For a yummy dinner and good beer, this place is a very popular destination. Both pub and sit down dinner options.
Delicious sit-down restaurant on the water
The Common Man Restaurant
21 Water St
Delicious sit-down restaurant on the water
Good pizza, take out is popular
Pizza Chef
88 Main Street
Good pizza, take out is popular
Coffee shop, good pastries too!
Boston Dreams
7 State St
Coffee shop, good pastries too!
The Harpoon Riverbend Taps and Beer Garden, located in the same building as the brewery itself, offers a full selection of Harpoon beers straight from the source along with delicious food to pair with your pint. Enjoy a beer inside the brewery overlooking our bottling line or outside in our outdoor Beer Garden area! Brewery Hours: Thurs - Sat 10am to 9pm Sun - Wed 10am to 6pm
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Harpoon Brewery Riverbend Taps and Beer Garden
336 Ruth Carney Drive
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The Harpoon Riverbend Taps and Beer Garden, located in the same building as the brewery itself, offers a full selection of Harpoon beers straight from the source along with delicious food to pair with your pint. Enjoy a beer inside the brewery overlooking our bottling line or outside in our outdoor Beer Garden area! Brewery Hours: Thurs - Sat 10am to 9pm Sun - Wed 10am to 6pm
Sightseeing
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Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park
139 Saint Gaudens Road
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There were three bridges previously built on this site in 1796, 1824 and 1828. The first bridges were destroyed by floods. The current bridge was built by James Tasker and Bela Fletcher. It was framed on a nearby meadow northwest of the site and later moved to its proper location. In 1935, the New Hampshire General Court authorized funds to purchase the bridge. The structure was purchased by the state in 1936 and operated it as a toll bridge until June 1, 1943. After renovation by the state in 1954, the Cornish Windsor Bridge suffered damage from flood water and ice in 1977. It was repaired again by the state for $25,000. Because of its deteriorated condition, it was closed to traffic on July 2, 1987. The bridge was reconstructed by the state in 1989 at a cost of $4,450,000 and was opened to traffic on December 8, 1989. This is the longest wooden covered bridge in the United States and the longest two-span covered bridge in the world. The American Society of Civil Engineers designated it as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark in 1970. The bridge is featured on the Town Bicentennial Medal struck in 1976. The Cornish-Windsor Bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Cornish-Windsor Bridge
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There were three bridges previously built on this site in 1796, 1824 and 1828. The first bridges were destroyed by floods. The current bridge was built by James Tasker and Bela Fletcher. It was framed on a nearby meadow northwest of the site and later moved to its proper location. In 1935, the New Hampshire General Court authorized funds to purchase the bridge. The structure was purchased by the state in 1936 and operated it as a toll bridge until June 1, 1943. After renovation by the state in 1954, the Cornish Windsor Bridge suffered damage from flood water and ice in 1977. It was repaired again by the state for $25,000. Because of its deteriorated condition, it was closed to traffic on July 2, 1987. The bridge was reconstructed by the state in 1989 at a cost of $4,450,000 and was opened to traffic on December 8, 1989. This is the longest wooden covered bridge in the United States and the longest two-span covered bridge in the world. The American Society of Civil Engineers designated it as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark in 1970. The bridge is featured on the Town Bicentennial Medal struck in 1976. The Cornish-Windsor Bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Hiking
With just a short 45 minute hike you get a beautiful 360 view from the top!
French's Ledges
With just a short 45 minute hike you get a beautiful 360 view from the top!
Outdoor Activities
Tubing fun for the whole family
Arrowhead Recreation Area
18 Robert Easter Way
Tubing fun for the whole family
Ski and Ride
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Mount Sunapee Resort
1398 Route 103
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Ski and Ride
Swim in the summer at the beautiful Sunapee State Park; beach access Bring your boat along to enjoy the natural beauty of the lake.
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Lac Sunapee
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Swim in the summer at the beautiful Sunapee State Park; beach access Bring your boat along to enjoy the natural beauty of the lake.
Outdoor activities for all ages and skill levels, from canoeing, kayaking, rafting, river tubing and SUPaddle Boards! You can also camp here during the summer months in our deluxe tents in the Path of Life Garden. We have approximately five miles of trails for fat tire biking around the Sculpture Garden and through fields following the Connecticut River.
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Great River Outfitters
36 Park Road
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Outdoor activities for all ages and skill levels, from canoeing, kayaking, rafting, river tubing and SUPaddle Boards! You can also camp here during the summer months in our deluxe tents in the Path of Life Garden. We have approximately five miles of trails for fat tire biking around the Sculpture Garden and through fields following the Connecticut River.
Sculpture garden on 14 acres. Hiking, exploring, yoga, meditation and picnicking are all ways to enjoy the unique 18 works of art.
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Path of Life Sculpture Garden
36 Park Road
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Sculpture garden on 14 acres. Hiking, exploring, yoga, meditation and picnicking are all ways to enjoy the unique 18 works of art.