Woodsville & Bath  - New Hampshire

When traveling west from Woodstock along Route 112 through the scenic Kinsman Notch, you will arrive at the villages of Woodsville and Bath. Bath is noted for its historic architecture, including the Brick Store and three historic covered bridges. Visitor favorites include the Bath-Haverhill Covered Bridge, the oldest covered bridge still in use in New Hampshire and the Bath Bridge, in the center of Bath Village, is the longest covered bridge in New Hampshire. 

Woodsville is one of few communities in northern New Hampshire with ATV trail access. The Ammonoosuc Recreational Rail Trail runs for 19 miles from Central Street in Woodsville to Industrial Park Road in Littleton. It is open to biking, walking, horseback riding, X-C skiing, ATVs, and snowmobiles. 

Other points of interest surrounding these two communities includes Bedell Bridge State Park with 38-acres located along the Connecticut River and the Brick Store located in Bath which has been in business since the early 1790’s and offers homemade treats, smoked goods, and locally made gifts.