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The Weeks Act helped to create the White Mountain National Forest. Weeks State Park is the summer home of Mr. Weeks. Home sits on top of Mt Prospect. Home is great example of the old summer homes that the wealthy owned. Stone fire tower offers...More
It's a gorgeous house - stone and wood with a matching fire station. IT's way up on the top of a hill. We discovered that as senior NH residents, we got a free tour (we left a donation anyway). The downstairs has rooms that were...More
We were going to hike up top but it was getting close to sunset. So we decided to drive up. Wow some amazing views and once you get to the tower you have even better views. Really cool place to check out if you are...More
Accessible by car on the fire road except for winter. The short 45 min hike is easy going and provides 360 great views of Mt Washington and surrounding areas. The pictured fire tower is open to the public except during winter.
It was worth the climb on the single lane road. John Wingate Weeks was a visionary and I enjoyed becoming acquainted with a man I'd never heard of-- who meant so much to our parks system and, I quote "Weeks is best known for his...More