THE MASTER PLAN

THE PARK

The Winnipesaukee River (or Winnipiseogee River, depending on how far back you go) is the reason that Franklin Falls exists. In looking back to our industrial past, we are able to reimagine our community's future, and it lies on the riverbank.

When finished, the park will consist of 13 acres, with an adjacent 21 conserved acres, and three whitewater features.

The primary goal of all improvements is simple... to connect the community to the river.

Read more about the project.

COMPLETE MASTER PLAN

STRATEGIC PLAN

"If you want to see what's next in the State of New Hampshire... look no further than Franklin." 

Taylor Caswell

Commissioner

NH Business & Economic Affairs

Something For Everyone

Park Elements

Milestones

Progress Over Time

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Historical Mill Ruins Trail

To celebrate the natural and cultural history represented by the mill ruins on site, part of the walking trail by the river will be dedicated to communicating this history and heritage to park visitors through strategically placed interpretive signage. Photo from the Mill River Park, developed and maintained by Plainfield, Massachusetts Historical Society.