A peaceful town set on the shores of Lake Sunapee, Newbury has long been a four-season destination with its laid-back lake and mountain lifestyle. Mount Sunapee Ski Resort and Adventure Park and Mount Sunapee State Park Beach provide residents and visitors with easy access to the water, mountain trails and outdoor activities. Newbury Harbor welcomes guests with its sweeping views out to the lake and provides dining options as well as entertainment at the Newbury Harbor Bandstand during the summer months. Nature lovers can take advantage of the Sunapee Ragged Kearsarge Greenway, offering miles of walking and hiking trails as well as the John Hay National Wildlife Refuge. Newbury is also home to The Fells Historic Estate and Gardens. Set on 83.5 acres of land, The Fells is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and offers woodland trails, renowned gardens and several events throughout the year.
Concord, NH – 30 miles (40 minutes)
Manchester, NH – 46 miles (46 minutes)
Lebanon, NH – 30 miles (35 minutes)
Boston, MA – 93 miles (1.4 hours)
New York City, NY – 260 miles (just under 5 hours)
Killington, VT – 67 miles (1.5 hours)
Montreal, Quebec – 215 miles (3.5 hours)
Kearsarge Regional School District
The KRS District has a student enrollment of approximately 1,700 and includes seven towns: Newbury, Bradford, New London, Sutton, Springfield, Warner and Wilmot.
Schools in the district include: James House Preschool, Kearsarge Regional Elementary School at New London, Sutton Central School, Kearsarge Regional Elementary at Bradford, Simonds Elementary School in Warner, Kearsarge Regional Middle School and Kearsarge Regional High School.
Major Lakes and Water Bodies
New London Hospital
New London, NH
25-bed, Critical Access Hospital, 24-hour Emergency Department
Newbury Old Home Days
New Hampshire Leagues of Craftsmen’s Fair
*2017 Census data, www.nhes.nh.gov
** Location distances are approximate