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The famous John Hay, first Secretary of State, found summer refuge along the banks of Lake Sunapee.

Located high on a hill overlooking the clear Lake Sunapee, the Hay family found summer refuge. Sweeping views of blue waters and green mountains describe the landscape surrounding the expansive grounds and gardens once enjoyed by a former author and confident of President Abraham Lincoln. Today these stately grounds serve as a learning environment for man and protected habitat for wildlife. The interpretative trail is marked by number posts and has an accompanying brochure.

Directions: From Newbury, NH, Take SR 103A north about 2 miles to the entrance of John Hay National Wildlife Refuge. The trailhead is located in the parking lot.

Elevation: 1,000 feet

Elevation Gain: 150 feet

Difficulty: Easy

 
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