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About Warner, New Hampshire

Dalton Covered Bridge - Warner, NH

Welcome to Warner, New Hampshire

Set in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, the town of Warner is filled with history and charm. Home to just under 3,000 people, Warner provides the perfect blend of rural and suburban living with beautiful scenery surrounding this quintessential New England town. Warner began to thrive in the 1800s as its farming industry started to bloom and the soil provided ample opportunity to cultivate crops and farmers were able to produce meats and dairy. Today, this tradition is still evident as Warner's green fields and rolling hills are dotted with farms and pastures. The pristine waters of the Warner River flow through the town over which Warner has built, not one, but 2 picturesque covered bridges: Dalton and Waterloo. There are 4 villages included in Warner: Davisville, Lower Village, Melvin Mills, and Waterloo - all of which share the warm and friendly spirit of the town. Warner is also home to several historic sites and places of interest including the New Hampshire Telephone Museum, Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum, and the Pillsbury Free Library. Rollins State Park sits at the southern slope of Mount Kearsarge and provides plenty of outdoor recreation including hiking, biking, camping, and more. Contact us to learn more about living in Warner, New Hampshire. 

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What To Do

Residents and visitors in Warner have plenty to do in this relaxed, New Hampshire town. Between several interesting museums, stunning state parks, and endless scenic views, there is something for everyone to enjoy here. 




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