Bricks and Stone Masonry, Conway, NH  
         
HOW DO WE GET THERE?
 

 

Gettin’ here..... We are located in the Foothills of the White Mountains, in a rural neighborhood. Our neighbors were kind enough to let us have this crazy thing up here, so we ask that you respect our neighborhood by driving slowly, responsibly, and quietly.

WARNING!! Do not use gps, google, mapquest, etc. to get here! Some of the old roads they will sned you on are NOT passable. Please use these directions, and you will get here easily.

We have done our best to cover all the different places people may come from, but if we have overlooked you, email us ahead of time, and we will talk you in.

 
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  Make a selection for directions from your area.
From: Mass. Portland, Standish & Gorham Naples and Bridgton
North Conway, NH Tamworth, Effingham, Freedom, and Eaton, NH
Fryeburg and Lovell Cornish and Kezar Falls
 
   
   
   
From Massachusetts...  
 
  • Take I-95 North
  • Soon After the Hampton Toll Booth, I-95 splits. When I-95 splits: take the White Mts, NH exit to the left (not the Maine one)
  • Take Rte 16 North, White Mts. for 54 miles (approx. 1 hour)
  • When you get to the intersection with Dunkin' Donuts, Shop and Save (Hannaford) and Rite Aid, you are about ten minutes from the exit you need to take.
  • Look for the exit for route 25 East (You will see signs for King Pine too on the way). Turn RIGHT on to 25 East for 5.3 miles (to 153)
  • At blinking light, take LEFT on to 153 for 10 miles: After about 6 miles, you’ll pass King Pine Ski Area. Then about 3 more and the road will take a sharp right at a yellow inn.
  • Less than a mile, you will see Crystal Lake, and a sign," Conway, Snowville, Brownfield"......Take that RIGHT. Follow for 7.5 miles, and come to a four corners.
  • Take RIGHT at the four corners(there's a brownish red house on the corner) onto County Road where you'll immediately go over a narrow wooden bridge. Travel on County Road about about a mile and a half
  • You will climb the hill for most of it, and then start down...our road is the left at the bottom of the hill
  • Just before our turn, you will see "Road Narrows" sign on right
  • Take that left onto Dugway Rd. There may or may not be a road sign there (it always gets knocked down in the winter)
  • You will immediately see a fork and a sign for the Walter Blake Road. (Dugway is left of the fork, Walter is right)
  • Stay on Dugway by going straight up onto the dirt road. Pass the mailboxes. We're about a block up on the dirt road. We are the second place on the left. The parking lot is the first driveway you see.
  • For handicap parking take second driveway, and see designated area.
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
Stone Mountain Arts Center is:
15 minutes from North Conway NH
1.25 hours from Portland ME
2.5 hours from Boston MA
1.5 hours from Portsmouth NH
 
 
 
 
 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  From Portland: (Standish and Gorham)  
   
  • Take route 25 towards Gorham, then Standish
  • Go through Standish, and at the Two Trails Diner, take a right onto Route 113. Follow 113 about 25 minutes to Brownfield.
  • In Brownfield you will come to the Gulf Station and a junction of 113 and 160.
  • Take a left at the gas station onto 160. (keep in mind you will not be staying on 160)
  • At one point you will see a pretty white church, and 160 goes to the left. DON'T TAKE IT! Continue straight on that road.
  • This is Main St. You will be on this road straight for about two miles. Continue straight on Main St.
  • You will pass our Road, Dugway, but its best not to come in that way...an old country road!...so.....Keep going straight.
  • Soon you will come to a fork in the road, there will be a sign pointing towards Conway, and West Brownfield. TAKE A LEFT AT THAT FORK UP ONTO MERRIL'S CORNER ROAD.(IT'S A HILL) (some of these roads may have signs, some may not)
  • Go all the way to the top to the stop sign and turn LEFT onto County Road.
  • You will climb the hill for a bit, and then start down...our road is the left at the bottom of the hill.
  • Just before our turn, you will see "Road Narrows" sign on right
  • Take that left onto Dugway Rd. There may or may not be a road sign there (it always gets knocked down in the winter)
  • You will immediately see a fork and a sign for the Walter Blake Road. (Dugway is left of the fork, Walter is right)
  • Stay on Dugway by going straight up onto the dirt road. Pass the mailboxes. We're about a block up on the dirt road. We are the second place on the left. The parking lot is the first driveway you see.
  • For handicap parking take second driveway, and see designated area.
 
     
     
     
     
     
  From Naples and Bridgton:  
   
  • In Naples take a left onto 302 towards Bridgton
  • Follow 302 toward Bridgton. You will see McDonald Motors on right, Lamprons, and then the Drive-In on the left. Soon after that before you get into the center of town, you will take a left onto 117. When you take a left onto that road, you should immediately see a carpet place if you are on the correct road.
  • Follow that road about a block, and you will come to a stop sign. Take a left onto 117.
  • Follow that road STRAIGHT all the way to Brownfield.
  • In the center of Denmark, 117 takes a left....DON'T TAKE IT. Continue staying straight on that road.... it becomes 160, through Denmark, to Brownfield.
  • You will get to the Brownfield bridge, and the Saco River, and soon after that you will come to a stop sign and blinking light at the junction of 113 and 160.
  • Go straight across onto 160 (just left of the store)
  • This is Main St. (or the Conway Road, depending on who you talk to). You will be on this road straight for about two miles.
  • At one point you will see a pretty white church, and 160 goes to the left. DON'T TAKE IT!
  • Continue straight on Main St. You will pass our Road, Dugway, but its best not to come in that way...an old country road!...so.....Keep going straight.
  • Soon you will come to a fork in the road, there will be a sign pointing towards Conway, and West Brownfield. TAKE A LEFT AT THAT FORK UP ONTO MERRIL'S CORNER ROAD.(IT'S A HILL) (some of these roads may have signs, some may not)
  • Go all the way to the top to the stop sign and turn LEFT onto County Road.
  • You will climb the hill for a bit, and then start down...our road is the left at the bottom of the hill.
  • Just before our turn, you will see "Road Narrows" sign on right
  • Take that left onto Dugway Rd. There may or may not be a road sign there (it always gets knocked down in the winter)
  • You will immediately see a fork and a sign for the Walter Blake Road. (Dugway is left of the fork, Walter is right)
  • Stay on Dugway by going straight up onto the dirt road. Pass the mailboxes. We're about a block up on the dirt road. We are the second place on the left. The parking lot is the first driveway you see.
  • For handicap parking take second driveway, and see designated area.
 
     
     
     
     
     
     
  From North Conway, NH:  
   
  • Take 302 towards Fryeburg
  • Pass the State Line Store into Maine
  • Take a right onto Haley Town Road right before the Welcome to Maine info booth
  • Follow that to the end, where there will be a stop sign at a four corners.
  • Go straight across onto Old County Road
  • You'll immediately go over a narrow wooden bridge.
  • Travel on County Road about about a mile and a half
  • You will climb the hill for most of it, and then start down...our road is the left at the bottom of the hill.
  • Just before our turn, you will see "Road Narrows" sign on right
  • Take that left onto Dugway Rd. There maybe a road sign there (it always gets knocked down in the winter).
  • You will immediately see a fork and a sign for the Walter Blake Road. (Dugway is left of the fork, Walter is right)
  • Stay on Dugway by going straight up onto the dirt road. Pass the mailboxes. We're about a block up on the dirt road. We are the second place on the left. The parking lot is the first driveway you see.
  • For handicap parking take second driveway, and see designated area.
 
     
     
 

From Tamworth, Effingham, Freedom, and Eaton, NH:

 
   
  • Take 25 to 153 towards Eaton NH
  • Pass the King Pine Ski Area
  • Then go about 3 more miles and the road will take a sharp right at The Inn at Crystal Lake (yellow inn)
  • Less than a mile, you will see Crystal Lake, and the Eaton Private beach on the right. take a right there at the sign that says: " Conway, Snowville, Brownfield"...... Follow for 7.5 miles, and come to a four corners.
  • Turn RIGHT at the four corners (there's a brownish red house on the corner) onto County Road and immediately go over a narrow wooden bridge.
  • Travel on County Road about about a mile and a half. You will climb the hill for most of it, and then start down...our road is the left at the bottom of the hill.
  • Just before our turn, you will see "Road Narrows" sign on right
  • Take that left onto Dugway Rd. There may or may not be a road sign there (it always gets knocked down in the winter).
  • You will immediately see a fork and a sign for the Walter Blake Road. (Dugway is left of the fork, Walter is right)
  • Stay on Dugway by going straight up onto the dirt road. Pass the mailboxes. We're about a block up on the dirt road. We are the second place on the left. The parking lot is the first driveway you see.
  • For handicap parking take second driveway, and see designated area.
 
     
     
  From Fryeburg and Lovell:    
   
  • Take 302 towards NH
  • Just outside of Fryeburg village, take a left onto Haley Town Road directly after the Information booth
  • Follow Haley Town to the end, where there will be a stop sign at a four corners.
  • Go straight across onto Old County Road and immediately go over a narrow wooden bridge.
  • Travel on County Road about about a mile and a half. You will climb the hill for most of it, and then start down...our road is the left at the bottom of the hill
  • Just before our turn, you will see "Road Narrows" sign on right
  • Take that left onto Dugway Rd. There may or may not be a road sign there (it always gets knocked down in the winter).
  • You will immediately see a fork and a sign for the Walter Blake Road. (Dugway is left of the fork, Walter is right)
  • Stay on Dugway by going straight up onto the dirt road. Pass the mailboxes. We're about a block up on the dirt road. We are the second place on the left. The parking lot is the first driveway you see.
  • For handicap parking take second driveway, and see designated area.
 
     
     
     
  From Cornish and Kezar Falls:  
   
  • Take 160 all the way into Brownfield
  • You will come to a Yield sign and a White Church on your left.
    Turn left onto Main St.
  • Continue straight on Main St. and pass the Brownfield Historical Society.
    (Immediately following you will pass our road, Dugway, on the left, but its best not to come in that way...that entrance is an old narrow country road...so.....Keep going straight for a more civilized way in.....)
  • Soon you will come to a fork in the road, there will be a sign pointing towards Conway, and West Brownfield. TAKE A LEFT AT THAT FORK UP ONTO MERRIL'S CORNER ROAD.(IT'S A HILL) (some of these roads may have signs, some may not)
  • Go all the way to the top to the stop sign and turn LEFT onto County Road.
  • You will climb the hill for a bit, and then start down...our road is the left at the bottom of the hill.
  • Just before our turn, you will see "Road Narrows" sign on right
  • Take that left onto Dugway Rd. -There maybe a road sign there (it always gets knocked down in the winter).
  • You will immediately see a fork and a sign for the Walter Blake Road. (Dugway is left of the fork, Walter is right)
  • Stay on Dugway by going straight up onto the dirt road. Pass the mailboxes. We're about a block up on the dirt road. We are the second place on the left. The parking lot is the first driveway you see.
  • For handicap parking take second driveway, and see designated area.
 
     
     
     
     
     
 
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