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20-1005 Auburn - Bicentennial Park (D Ma

1) Lake Massabesic Front Park

ByPass 28/Rockingham Road

Owned by the State of New Hampshire

This public park with ample parking is a popular spot for fishing, eating ice cream, picnics, and relaxing by the water.  The Rockingham Recreational Trail goes through this site. 

2) Massabesic Yacht Club

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ByPass 28

Owned by a private organization

The Yacht Club has moorings available for up to 100 vessels. 

3) Canoe/Kayak Launch - Deer Neck Bridge

There are several public boat launch sites in Auburn with access to Lake Massabesic.  A popular launch site is at Deer Neck Bridge which is located just south of the bridge on ByPass 28.

Another boat launch is located on Manchester Road to the right of the Baptist Church.

Claire's Landing is located on Route 121, south of the Auburn Town Hall on the left. 

4) NH Audubon Nature Center & Trail Network

5) Longmeadow Cemetery

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1793   229 Chester Road

The first cemetery in Auburn.

6) Calef Lake Campground

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593 Chester Road

At Calef Lake Camping Area, family enjoyment is the goal. The campground operates on a seasonal basis from mid-May to mid-October. Seasonal sites comprise the majority of the facility but for those looking for a shorter stay, daily, weekly and monthly rates are offered.

6) Calef Lake Campground

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7) Longmeadow Congregational Church

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1847  4 Wilson's Crossing Road

Constructed in 1847, the Church has served the community for over 150 years.  The Church was organized by 16 members of the Presbyterian Church and was known as the Second Congregational Church of Chester.

8) Town Pound

1853  311 Chester Road

The Town Pound was used as a holding area for the community strays.  "MDCCLIII" is carved on the lintel.

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