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With its vibrant downtown and laid-back atmosphere, Warner is becoming known as a destination town. Set at the base of Mount Kearsarge and Rollins State Park, outdoor enthusiasts have plenty of options for hiking, cycling and exploring in Warner.  The downtown offers restaurants, coffee shops, a year-round farmers market and a handful of shops to wander through. From June through October you can enjoy live music and entertainment at the newly built amphitheater—MainStreet Warner Stage. Located only 20 miles from the state capital of Concord and 17 miles to New London, Warner provides easy access to I-89 for commuting, and it’s just a short drive to Mount Sunapee Ski Resort and Lake Sunapee



Concord, NH – 20 miles (just under 30 minutes)
Manchester, NH – 36 miles (40 minutes)
Lebanon, NH – 40 miles (40 minutes)
Boston, MA – 85 miles (1.5 hours)
New York City, NY – 265 miles (5 hours)
Killington, VT – 80 miles (1.5 hours)
Montreal, Quebec – 225 miles (4 hours)

County: Merrimack
Population: 2,912*


School District

Kearsarge Regional School District

With an approximate student enrollment of 1,700 students, the Kearsarge Regional School district serves seven Lake Sunapee Region towns: Bradford, Newbury, New London, Sutton, Springfield, Warner and Wilmot.

The following seven schools are part of the district:

  • James House Preschool in New London
  • Kearsarge Regional Elementary School at New London
  • Sutton Central School
  • Kearsarge Regional Elementary at Bradford
  • Simonds Elementary School in Warner
  • Kearsarge Regional Middle School in Sutton
  • Kearsarge Regional High School in Sutton



New London Hospital
New London, NH
25-bed, Critical Access Hospital, 24-hour Emergency Department
19 miles

Concord Hospital
Concord, NH
20 miles


Annual Events

Warner Fall Foliage Festival
Live Music at MainStreet Warner Stage (seasonal)


*2017 Census data, www.nhes.nh.gov
** Location distances are approximate 

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