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Wilmot
Wilmot, New Hampshire 03287

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Merrimack County

Bog Mt. Trail, Wilmot
Coordinates: 43.4685717, -71.9411588
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Kimpton Brook Marsh, Wilmot
Coordinates: 43.4663759, -71.9453859
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Langenau Forest, Wilmot
Coordinates: 43.447982, -71.9451714
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Mt. Kearsarge
Coordinates: 43.383419, -71.8567884
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Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway Trail #7 (NH-4A to Wilmot Center)
Coordinates: 43.4632195, -71.9570761
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Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway Trail #11 (Winslow State Park to Kearsarge Valley Road)
Coordinates: 43.3899026, -71.8675729
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About Wilmot
Wilmot is a town in Merrimack County. Wilmot is home to Winslow State Park and a small part of Gile State Forest. The town includes the villages of Wilmot, Wilmot Flat, and North Wilmot.

The town has a total area of 29.8 square miles. Wilmot is drained by the Blackwater River and Kimpton Brook.

The village of Wilmot is near the center of the town and is along NH-4A. Wilmot Flat is a village in the southern part of the town, served by NH-11. North Wilmot is a rural community centered on the junction of North Wilmot Road and Hobbs Hill Road, north of White Pond.

Mount Kearsarge, elevation 2,931 feet above sea level, on the southeastern border, is the highest point in town. Winslow State Park, at the northern foot of the mountain, provides access by two hiking trails to the summit. The state park and the Winslow Trail are named after Captain John Winslow, the commander of the USS Kearsarge, which in June 1864 sank the CSS Alabama in the English Channel in a famous Civil War sea battle.

The town is the home of Camps Kenwood and Evergreen on Eagle Pond.
From Wikipedia