Farmington, NH Town Profile & Lifestyle Comparison

Farmington is located in Strafford County and was incorporated in 1798. The name Farmington is a reference to the area’s fertile farmland at the time that the area was separated from Rochester. Henry Wilson, Vice-President under Ulysses S. Grant, was a resident of Farmington, NH.

Land Area: 37.2 sq. mi.

Inland Water Area: 0.3 sq. mi.

Schools: Valley View Community Elementary School, Henry Wilson Memorial School, and Farmington Senior High School

Town Office: 755-2774 ex. 37

Town Website:  www.farmington.nh.us

Public Library: 422 Main Street

Library Website:  www.goodwinlibrary.com

Rec. Facilities: Golf courses, Tennis courts, Beach/waterfront recreation area, Snowmobile trails, Bicycle trails, Campgrounds, Fishing, Hunting, Boating, Cross-country skiing, Performing arts facilities, and a Hayday Festival.