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Brief Information About Wilmot


Wilmot is a small town located in the County of Merrimack in New Hampshire. Here is the location of the State Park of Winslow, which is a part of the state forest of Gile. It covers a total area of about 77 sq. kms. and is located at an elevated height of about 874 ft. from the ground level. Wilmot is a scenic place with plenty of flaura and fauna, and finds a good numbers of visitors in the area. A part of the population are also involved with the local educational institutes and health care facilities located nearby. The local Post office and other infrastructure in and around the area key to the development of the city.







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