Twin Bridge Park is located in the Town Center section of Merrimack. This 27 acre park was deeded to the Town by a committee of townspeople in 1928. Bounded on the north and east by Baboosic Brook, the park derives its name from the two bridges that have, in one form or another, been used to cross the brook since colonial times. The massive stones used for the original bridge abutments still anchor today’s bridges.
Walking the paths along the brook and adjacent low lands takes the hiker through a woods dominated by American Hemlock trees (Tsuga canadensis). Witchhazel trees (Corylopsis spp.) are the predominant under story growth.
Activities featured at Twin Bridge Park include scenic walking paths, the Kids Kove children’s play area, Little League baseball at Bise Field, and half-court basketball. Picnic tables are available. This park is also the location of the Merrimack Youth Association (MYA) headquarters building.
487 Daniel Webster Hwy
Merrimack, NH 03054