Decent amount to see here….Weymouth was another bog iron furnace in the Pines. It provided ammo and bombs for the soldiers of the War of 1812. Many buildings once surrounded the furnace, including a church, workers’ homes, and a sawmill.
It’s now a popular place to set out canoes and kayaks.
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As of February 3rd, 2010, the bridge right next to Weymouth is out. The signs all say detour, but if you drive up to the park from the one direction it’s accessible. However, I guess because they don’t want people climbing around there while the bridge is out, the park is closed. I parked on the road and walked in. The bridge does have a terrible patch, and I guess they are planning on replacing it, but be warned. I’m not sure how long it will take them to fix it.