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- The kind and personable ladies provide free samples (up to 6) and will talk about the selections and history of the distillery. Deeeelicious. Bought a couple bottles to take home. Check their website for tasting hours! (Usually Fri-Sun). Parking in front. Well worth the stop if in the area for a weekend.Written September 5, 2022
- Been going a few times. Varying race classes. Friendly crowd. An economical and fun night out. I'd suggest ear protection, bring own or they might sell them also.Written September 5, 2022
- Great motorcycle ride to this out of the way brewery. Excellent beer selection. The brew pub is comfy and welcoming. Lots of outdoor seating. Outlaw kitchen food truck - excellent food. Blackened fish tacos were outstanding and great tater tots! Servers were extremely friendly.Written November 15, 2022
- Definitely check it out if you’re in the area since it was built all the way back in 1837! There isn’t much to it - and it’s much more plain than the others in the area but still worth a quick stop.
There isn’t much room to park and it’s a very busy bridge so I didn’t feel safe walking on it. There aren’t any pathways off to the side so you have to kinda walk off into the trees to get a picture. But there’s a nice view coming out the other side!Written October 29, 2020
- Though having been in New Hampshire for three years, my wife and I and Golden Retriever were taking our first visit to this state park, New Hampshire's largest.
Coming from Keene, NH, we traveled west on Rt 9 and south on Rt 63, a National Scenic Byway. We took a left at the first park sign onto Horseshoe Road, leading to the Old Chesterfield Road trailhead, where we secured a park map and read the park rules. "No ATVs Allowed", which suited us well.
This trail was certainly the "one less traveled". We met only one other party.
[Later, we road south on Rt 63 and passed by another park entrance, where cars were spilling over the parking lot and along the highway.]
Our trail was wide, well maintained, and led down and then up a deep, peaceful, woods with singing birds.
As part of the park's "habitat diversity" program, they clear cut two sections of woods and created "Oldfield Habitats".
While neither a park sign on Rt 63 nor a park map mentioned the following historic landmark, just before the trailhead, beside the parking lot, was the granite foundation of the birthplace of Harlan Fiske Stone, Dean of Columbia Law School, US Attorney General, US Associate Supreme Court Justice, and US Chief Supreme Court Justice.
As luck would have it, I struck up a conversation with a gentleman who was also keen to photograph the foundations and had lived just down the road in a 1800's house in 1980. He went to school with the grandson of Justice Stone at Princeton University.
In summary, if you desire a quiet walk in the woods, without ATVs, and wish to visit a little publicized birthplace of a famous American, the Old Chesterfield Trail is perfect for you.Written July 25, 2020
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