This bright yellow Gazebo and Carrol Memorial Band Stand is operated by the Twin Mountain-Bretton Woods Chamber of Commerce as a visitor information center. With the decline of the logging industry, White Mountain communities have embraced recreation-based tourism. This booth is open and staffed in summer months with information on surrounding activities and attractions. On select summer nights you might find the community gathered here at the Carrol Memorial Bandstand bandstand for live music in front of fine views of the Twin Mountain Range. The bandstand was dedicated during the nation’s 1976 bicentennial year to “those who gave their lives the service of our country.” Outside the gazebo is a war memorial honoring local soldiers. The town of Twin Mountain is a good place place to get fuel and food as we begin the last leg of The Weeks Act Legacy Trail.
Directions to Next Site:
From the Gazebo parking lot, head back to the intersection of Rte 302 and Rte 3. At the lights, go straight onto Rte 3 South and travel roughly 4.3 miles. The parking lot for Beaver Brook Wayside and Trails will be on the left.