The town of Wentworth, New Hampshire is located in picturesque Grafton County. One of the biggest draws to the area is the beautiful landscape of the town, however, many local attractions, campgrounds, the Appalachian Trail and more add to Wentworth's appeal. Some of these attractions include:
Warren Fish Hatchery and Wildlife Center
Two small museums and several trout show pools with a main hatchery building.
The Legion Speedway
Dirt track racing every Saturday night during the summer.
Clark's Trading Post
Viewing tower for The Old Man of the Mountain, rides, a museum, a small turn of the century town with shops and a family of Black Bears.
The Whale's Tale Water Park
Activity pools, a wave pool, slides, tube rides, and more.
Polar Caves Park
Caves and passages, a maple sugar museum, mineral display and live animals.
Franconia Notch State Park
Flume Gorge, Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, Echo Lake, Profile Lake, and The Basin.
Indoor rock climbing wall, equipment rentals and area rock climbing information.
With several routes to choose from, climb the sheer cliffs of Rattlesnake Mountain, located in Rumney, New Hampshire.
The last major mountain to the west, Mt. Moosilaouke, has an elevation of 4810 feet with a vertical rise over 2400 feet. Several trails lead to the summit, which offer great views of the Connecticut River Valley and the Presidential Mountain Range. Located in Glencliff and Benton, just a few towns north of Wentworth.
Baker River Deer Farm
View & feed Red Deer/Elk while you enjoy peaceful surroundings.