ⓘ Gardner Memorial Wayside Park is a small state park with picnic facilities in the 6.675-acre Gile State Forest in Wilmot, New Hampshire. Located on New Hampshir ..

                                     

ⓘ Gardner Memorial Wayside Park

Gardner Memorial Wayside Park is a small state park with picnic facilities in the 6.675-acre Gile State Forest in Wilmot, New Hampshire. Located on New Hampshire Route 4A, it is open year-round and offers picnicking, hiking, and fishing alongside a brook that was once the location of a mill in the 1800s. The Wayside includes a memorial to Walter C. Gardner II, whose father established Gile State Forest.

Easy half-mile trail leads from the memorial Gardner Park plan with beautiful pond Butterfield.

In the Park next to the State Park Winslow and the McDaniels marsh state wildlife area.

                                     
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