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Located in central NH and only 20 minutes from Concord, you will find the lovely town of Warner. A historical statue of Walter Harriman, a minister, merchant, Army Colonel, politician, as well as a two-term governor, welcomes you as you arrive into town. On the southern slope of Mt. Kearsarge, Rollins State Park is waiting to be explored. With its 3½ mile scenic auto road, leading to the park entrance and picnic area called The Garden, with its breathtaking scenery and captivating views, will beckon you to stay for awhile. Warner has a very active community and on warm weather weekends they offer flea markets and a farmers market. Two covered bridges, Dalton and Waterloo, both built in the 1800s, can be enjoyed with the history that they bring. You will also find a telephone museum and an Indian museum. Many great amenities are in town including coffee shops and wonderful restaurants (i.e., The Locals, SchoolHouse Cafe plus two pizzerias). A wonderful family activity called the Warner Fall Foliage Festival takes place every year in October. This sweet town awaits!

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