Wildwood was in the area where Tunnel Brook meets NH Route 112. The marker was sponsored by Eunice Woods who at 84 years old was believed to be the last person still alive who remembered the settlement during its existence. Ms. Wood’s grandfather was the owner of the general store in Wildwood. The settlement of Wildwood was the center of “slash and run” logging of Mount Mossilauke. The Ammonoosuc River runs through the area and was used to ferry logs down to the sawmills.