Grafton, NH Town Profile & Lifestyle Comparison
Incorporated in 1778, Grafton was named for Augustus Henry Fitzroy, 3rd Duke of Grafton. The town of Grafton is home to Ruggles Mine, a popular summer attraction in New Hampshire. It is also nearby Mount Cardigan State Park.
Land Area: 41.7 sq. mi.
Inland Water Area: 0.9 sq. mi.
Schools: Mascoma Valley Regional School District
Town Office: 523-7700
Town Website: www.townofgraftonnh.com
Public Library: 26 Library Road
Library Website: www.townofgraftonnh.com/aboutus/graftonpubliclibrary
Rec. Facilities: Ruggles Mine, Beach/waterfront recreation area, Boating, Fishing, Hunting, Bicycle trails, Snowmobile trails, Museums, and Municipal parks.