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Located in Merrimack County, Warner is a beautiful town with a population of about 2,833. Warner also includes the villages of Davisville and Waterloo within its borders.
Over the years, the New Hampshire town has been home to several notable residents, including politician Henry Gilmore, industrialist Charles Alfred Pillsbury and author William C. Dowling.
Warner is also home to The College of Saint Mary Magdalen as well as Rollins State Park and Mount Kearsarge State Forest.
Since its incorporation in 1774, Warner has experienced tremendous success, first in the farming industry and then in textiles, energy and more.
Enjoy a Variety of Recreational Amenities in Warner, NH
One of the most popular recreational attractions in Warner, NH is its annual Fall Foliage Festival, which attracts thousands of people from all over New England. That event is held on Columbus Day every year.
The town is also known for a number of other recreational attractions including:
• Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum
• Rollins State Park
• Warner Historical Society and Museum
• Rowe Mountain Fair Trade Store
• Waterloo Covered Bridge
• And more!
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Warner, NH is a special kind of town that has something for everyone. If you’d like to learn more about this New Hampshire community, then contact me, Dan O’Halloran.
As your Warner real estate expert, I’ll provide you with a number of Warner home buying tools to help make your real estate transaction process easier, including:
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