On NH Route 16 about halfway between the “Gateway to the White Mountains” town of Conway, New Hampshire and Mount Washington, the highest mountain in the northeastern United States at 6288 feet you will find a small amusement park. Story Land opened in 1954 and is a great example of the type of small family oriented parks that were popular before the mega-parks like Disney and Six Flags took over.
Three generations of my family have enjoyed the park with Alex being the most recent family member to create memories here.
There is a large parking area and a tunnel providing pedestrian access to the overflow parking across the street.
There are over twenty rides all based on fairy tale stories. You can take a carriage ride in a pumpkin up to Cinderella’s castle,
take a boat ride on the “Story Land Queen”, get soaked riding down Dr. Geyser’s raft ride, or take a spin on the antique German carousel.
If you have kids and are in the area please stop and enjoy a bit of the past. This is still fun for the entire family and I only touched on some of the attractions.