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Father’s Day Special at Lost River Gorge and BoulderCaves


What can you do for Father’s Day that offers great family time together at a reasonable cost?  Visit Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves.   Enjoy the beautiful walk along Lost River Gorge, and if you choose, explore the gigantic granite boulders and crawl, wriggle and laugh as you challenge all or any of Lost Rivers 11 caves.  To help start a wonderful Fathers Day tradition and great family memories, Lost River will be offering free admission to father’s and grandfathers on Father’s Day when accompanied by his child(ren) and or grandchild(ren).  For those dad’s in the active military and serving out of the area, with military ID Lost River will give moms the free dads' admission when  accompanied by their child(ren), and Lost River will give her an admission certificate for Dad so children can return with him when he arrives home.

Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves, on Route 112 just 10 minutes west of North Woodstock Village, is known for its network of boardwalks and boulder caves which intrigue children and offer scenic fun for adults. For more information, go to www.LostRiverGorge.com or call 603-745-8031. Tickets are sold daily from 9am-4pm.

Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves is owned by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and managed by White Mountains Attractions in North Woodstock. For information about the White Mountains, the visitors’ center is located off exit 32 on Interstate 93 in North Woodstock; visit www.visitwhitemountains.com or call 800-346-3687.

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