Now an historic landmark recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Frye's Measure Mill has been water powered since the 1850's. Some of the Mill's first products include Shaker and Colonial boxes, still being produced today.
In the center of town is our historic old time theater, here you can see new movies and many movie memories from yesteryear. Built in 1886, the theater space has been used for dramatic presentations, silent films, and vaudeville productions, before being converted to its present use as a movie theater. Listed on the national Register of Historic places.
A beautiful waterfall just a short distance away and an easy short hike to enjoy. In high water, this waterfall is a clear winner. When water is rushing over the dam just upstream, you will see this waterfall in all its glory, and it is indeed impressive.
Just a short walk away be sure to engage in their lively seasonal estate auctions. T. R. Langdell is a local landmark with it's creative weather vane fashioned from a 55-gallon oil drum in the likeness of a large gavel.
Just a short drive from us, you can enjoy this scenic setting with hiking trails for all skill levels. The ominously-named Purgatory Falls may not be the biggest or most dangerous waterfall in the world, but the legend of "The Devil's Bean Pot" will make you wonder while enjoying this spot enjoyed by many since the 1890s
We are located just off of the Winter Wanderers snowmobile trail. New Hampshire offers some of the best snowmobiling in all of New England. With 7,000 miles of snowmobile trails to enjoy with family and friends.