This is a delightfully detailed Map of the Ashuelot River, New Hampshire! The Ashuelot River proceeded at Butterfield Pond in Pillsbury State Park in Washington, New Hampshire and flows sixty-four miles before it outstandingly amalgamate the Connecticut River in Hinsdale, NH!
The Ashuelot River is both a cold and warm water fishery that provides natural environmental protection for approximately fifteen inhabitant species, including eastern brook trout, large and small mouth bass, and walleye!
The Ashuelot River has six covered bridges. All six bridges are listed on the National Register of Historic Places! Four are in Swanzey: Carleton, Sawyers Crossing, West Swanzey, and Slate. The Cooms Covered Bridge and the Ashuelot Covered Bridge are in Winchester! 🌅🎣