The Branch River Valley Scenic Byway was designated as a scenic byway in 1994 for its significant contribution to presenting a complete picture of industrial and tourism development in New Hampshire. The Byway is 14 miles long, and runs through the towns of Milton and Wakefield.
The Byway is highlighted by its agricultural, industrial, and tourism heritage features. From the New Hampshire Farm Museum in Milton, to the Heritage Center in Wakefield - the Byway offers a varierty of scenic, recreational, cultural, hisotric, and natural resource attractions.
The Byway Advisory Committe, consisting of citizens from both towns is currently working on creating a Strategic Market Plan, which would outline community-based goals and recommendations to achieve the vision and mission of the Branch River Valley Scenic Byway.
For more information on the Branch River Valley Scenic Byway, contact Colin Lentz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Example of an intrinsic and historic resource along the Byway route: the NH Farm Museum.
Strafford Regional Planning Commission
150 Wakefield Street, Suite 12
Rochester, New Hampshire 03867
Tel: (603) 994-3500 Fax: (603)994-3504