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The Moose Brook State Park has been at its current location since the Great Depression. A part of the picturesque White Mountains, this park sits at an elevation of over 1000 feet (304 meters ) and is covered in all shades of green during warmer months. The Moose Brook State Park is a popular camping spot that sees a surge of visitors during summers. With a plethora of picnic tables lined under canopies of trees, The Moose Brook State Park allows you great spots for a nice picnic. The location of the park makes it ideal for mountain biking and hiking, so if you are an adventure enthusiast, The Moose Brook State Park will only delight you. Fishing is also allowed in certain parts of the park.
At the Old Country Store, discover the history of the shop and locality at the museum housed in the store. It was earlier known as the Freese's Tavern which was established in the year 1780 which was a multifunctional building that included a tavern, post office, general store, library and a town hall. The house was built by the George Freese who built the establishment in order to carry meetings as he was well-known local figure involved in politics. It has been listed on the U.S National Register of Historic Places.
Standing tall at 934 meters (3065 feet), Loon Mountain is a lofty gem found in the White Mountain National Forest. Featuring two towering summits called the South Peak and North Peak, Loon plays a perfect destination for hiking and climbing. However, it remains famous for the Loon Mountain Ski Resort, a well-designed alpine spot that offers an array of recreational and adventure activities.