Frost Place Trail In New Hampshire Leads To A Historical House With Unparalleled Views

Robert Frost is one of America’s most well-known poets, writing about the beauty and harshness of nature and exploring what it meant to live in New England. He won four Pulitzer Prizes for his work and his legacy lives on today, almost 60 years after his death. For five years, he lived in a small house in New Hampshire, and fans can now explore the area around his property. 

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The Frost Place Trail and farm is located at 158 Ridge Road in Franconia, New Hampshire. Enjoy this gem of American history!

Address: 158 Ridge Rd, Franconia, NH 03580, USA