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Greater Grafton County

White Mountains Near Rumney NHWelcome to Greater Grafton County, New Hampshire – a region known for its breathtaking natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant communities. Nestled in the heart of New England, Greater Grafton County is home to picturesque towns each offering unique experiences, outdoor adventures, and a warm community spirit. Whether you're seeking a serene retreat in the countryside or an active lifestyle among stunning landscapes, this region has it all. Here's a glimpse into some of the charming towns that make Greater Grafton County a special place to call home.


Bath boasts a small-town charm with its historic buildings and scenic landscapes. Known for its tranquil atmosphere, Bath is perfect for those who appreciate nature and history. The town offers outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, and camping, making it an ideal place for nature lovers and adventure seekers. View listings in Bath.


Nestled amidst stunning mountain views and pristine wilderness, Benton is a peaceful escape from the fast-paced city life. Its close proximity to the White Mountain National Forest and the Ammonoosuc River provides endless opportunities for hiking, skiing, and wildlife watching, appealing to outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. View listings in Benton.


Ellsworth, a town celebrated for its rural charm and scenic beauty, offers a peaceful lifestyle for those looking to slow down. Surrounded by rolling hills and forests, it provides ample space for hiking, fishing, and birdwatching. The close-knit community here values and preserves its rural character, making it a serene haven. View listings in Ellsworth.


Franconia is a lively town in the heart of the White Mountains, offering breathtaking views and a plethora of outdoor activities. Home to Franconia Notch State Park, visitors and residents enjoy hiking, scenic drives, and visiting the iconic Flume Gorge. The town's charming downtown area adds to its appeal with unique shops, art galleries, and restaurants. View listings in Franconia.


Haverhill combines historic charm with picturesque landscapes. The town is dotted with historic landmarks such as the Haverhill Corner Historic District, offering a glimpse into its rich past. Surrounded by scenic countryside, it also provides numerous outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, and boating. View listings in Haverhill.


A paradise for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts, Rumney is known for its stunning landscapes and outdoor recreational opportunities. The lush forests, rolling hills, and scenic Baker River invite hiking, fishing, and kayaking. Rumney is also a renowned rock climbing destination, drawing climbers from across the globe. View listings in Rumney.


Warren is enveloped in the beauty of the White Mountains, offering a scenic retreat with a strong connection to nature. The town is perfect for those interested in hiking, skiing, and snowmobiling. Attractions like the Baker River and the Warren Fish Hatchery add to its allure, making it an ideal spot for outdoor lovers. View listings in Warren.


Wentworth is characterized by its rural charm and scenic beauty. A quaint town surrounded by rolling hills and forests, it provides a peaceful setting for various outdoor activities. Residents and visitors enjoy hiking and exploring the picturesque landscapes that define this beautiful town. View listings in Wentworth.

Greater Grafton County, with its diverse landscapes and welcoming communities, is truly a place where nature meets nurture. Each town within the county offers its own unique slice of New Hampshire's natural beauty and heritage, making it an ideal location for those looking to connect with nature and experience the warmth of small-town living.

We invite you to explore all that Greater Grafton County has to offer. Discover the charm of our towns and the warmth of our communities. If you have any questions about the region or the current real estate market, reach out to RE/MAX in the Mountains. Our agents are happy to help.

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