Wheelock Park Concession Stand and Restrooms
In 1866, George Wheelock donated 25 acres of land in Keene, New Hampshire for conservation purposes which later became a park. A lawyer, naturalist, and landscape architect, Wheelock played an important role in the protection of the Ashuelot valley.
The visitor experience is significantly enhanced by clean, accessible services within public parks.
Durability was the main priority of this project. With a nod to the updated National Park style of concession and restroom construction, MPA used timbers and fiber cement siding to achieve a natural aesthetic.
The new and inviting concession kitchen is easy to clean and maintain, promoting the return of vendors each year to rent out this space. Restrooms are streamlined, clean, and easily accessible.
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