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Freedom

Roughly a ten minute drive from Effingham, the town of Freedom boasts a cozy population of around 1,300 residents (per 2015 census). Freedom is a unique town, existing as its own world of serenity. Perhaps it goes without saying that “Freedom” is a namesake worth living up too. First incorporated in 1831, the town, which was originally a part of Effingham, and known as “North Effingham” exists as the result of conflict with settlers migrating from Maine, which was solved when the two towns divided, creating modern day Freedom. 

The town is located conveniently within reach of Ossipee Lake, primarily dominating the east end of the lake, as well as Broad Bay. From here, summertime fun is just a short drive away. Generations of children have made precious, lifelong memories along the lake at Freedom’s many summer camps. Explore countless inlets and hidden treasures along this captivating side of Ossipee Lake, enjoying all the watersports, fishing and scenery it is famous for. North of Broad Bay, kayakers and seasoned boaters can navigate through a hidden channel connecting Broad Bay and Danforth Pond. This hidden gem could serve as a scenic alternative to the populated waterways of Ossipee Lake. If you’ve set out to experience a once in a lifetime camping experience, Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort mixes elements of family-friendly camping with modern amenities such as salt water swimming pools, hot tubs, internet, and golf carts.

Freedom is a town filled with community pride, with residents coming together year after year to celebrate what makes this town a truly fantastic place to call home. The Freedom Old Home Week parade is held every summer, composed of local floats, food and crafts. This celebration of local history and culture brings the town together. The town has a lot to be proud of, including a variety of religious, social and political organizations, including a church, Masonic lodge, and organizations dedicated to community progress.

The town of Freedom is home to year-round fun and opportunity. Hiking trails and recreational areas, such as Trout Pond Town Forest, can be walked in boots, as well as snowshoes. Artisan shops and local business thrives continually with the changing of each season. With such an unwavering sense of community and pride, Freedom remains the exception to the age old proverb of “a great place to visit, but not live.”

For more information, visit www.townoffreedom.net          

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

Police Department
323-8581
Fire Department
323-8874
Town Clerk
323-7971
Tax Collector
323-7971
Chocorua Public Library
323-8610
Selectmen
323-7525
Transfer Station
323-8279
Elementary School
323-7271
Cook Memorial Library
323-8510
Recreation Department
323-7582
Website

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Tamworth Board of Selectmen
James Hidden, Chairman of Selectman
84 Main Street
Tamworth, NH 03886

Tamworth

Five picturesque villages - Tamworth, Whittier, South Tamworth, Chocorua, and Wonalancet - make up the town of Tamworth. Residents of all villages, with Mount Chocorua as their backdrop, have not only the natural beauty of the surrounding areas to appreciate but also a strong community. Tamworth Village has been featured as a backdrop for many postcards, calendars, and puzzles. Flowing brooks, scenic vistas, and a broad network of hiking, biking and skiing trails provide a natural playground to people of all ages visiting the Tamworth area. Rent or bring your own canoes or kayaks to explore the beautiful rivers that flow through town. The town is also host to many charitable organizations helping others in the area that have been in existence for many years. With the Tamworth Community Nurse Association, which provides free nursing service to Tamworth residents, the Tamworth Caregivers, and many other grassroots organizations, there is a strong sense of support and community here. The community is a strong supporter of the arts, with the presence of the Barnstormers Theatre in the Village as well as the Arts Council of Tamworth that hosts performances and educational opportunities for young people. Remick Country Doctor and Farm Museum hosts events that fill out the rest of the year, focusing on such seasonal activities as ice harvesting, maple sugaring, hearth cooking, and holiday dinners. Each year, the town hosts the Tamworth family day on the 4th of July, complete with a parade, music and food in the afternoon, followed by fireworks in the evening. The parade starts in the village and continues to the elementary school grounds. Visit www.tamworthnh.org.

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

Police Department
323-8581

Fire Department
323-8874

Town Clerk
323-7971

Tax Collector
323-7971

Chocorua Public Library
323-8610

Selectmen
323-7525

Transfer Station
323-8279

Elementary School
323-7271

Cook Memorial LIbrary
323-8510

Recreation Department
323-7582

Website
www.tamworthnh.org

Tamworth Board of Selectmen
James Hidden, Chairman of Selectman
84 Main Street
Tamworth, NH 03886

 

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