New Hampshire March 19, 2017
11 Slow-Paced Small Towns in New Hampshire Where Life Is Still Simple
New Hampshire is America’s small town, a state where you can sit back, relax, and breath easy knowing your neighbors will help you out if you need it. Of course, we’re also a state that’s full of small towns. Here are 11 of our favorite small towns in New Hampshire, places where life is still simple.
Warren has fewer than 1,000 residents, but it is the only small town in New Hampshire with its very own rocket, which you can see right on the town green.
This quiet and serene town is ripe with scenic views.
Andover is positively charming. Just look at this photo of the Cilleyville covered bridge. It looks like it should be on a postcard.
Winchester, in the state's southwest corner, is full of rolling hills, rushing rivers and the stunning Ashuelot Covered Bridge.
Fun fact: this old mill town is almost exactly rectangular. When you drive through make sure to go the long way to take in more of Greenville's charm.
Life in Hollis is simple until you see skydivers landing from a nearby skydive facility. Even with unexpected sights like that, Hollis is positively charming.
Tamworth is tucked between the White Mountains and the Lakes Region, and this town is perfection. Just spend some time getting lost here to take in the beautiful scenery.
Lee offers a rural and agricultural slice of life near the seacoast and in the shadow of the busy UNH campus.
9. New Boston
New Boston is close to the state's biggest cities, but it still maintains its small-town feel. Plus, the scenery is gorgeous.
Deerfield has a population of 4,000, meaning that it is far from the smallest town in New Hampshire. However, it just oozes with small town charm, especially during the Deerfield Fair in the fall.
Monroe has fewer than 1,000 residents, but this town in the North is full of amazing scenes. Make sure you stay for sunset!
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