Meredith, NH Town Profile & Lifestyle Comparison
Meredith, a charming New Hampshire town, features an exquisite combination of lake and mountain scenery including a scenic waterfront park & town docks. There are several award winning inns, fine restaurants, specialty stores, antique shops and galleries. There are numerous craft festivals, fishing derbies and chowder fest events. Known as the Latchkey to the White Mountains, Meredith is approximately a two hour drive from any metropolitan area such as Boston, Worcester, Montpelier, or Portland. Meredith offers a great variety of year-round activities. Summer recreation includes hiking, golfing tennis, water sports such as boating, sailing, waters skiing, swimming, yachting, fishing, and wave runners. Winter activities include cross country trails, snowmobiling, ice skating, ice fishing, ice sailing, and winter hiking. The Inns and Spa at Mills Falls include four unique country Inns with 156 designer rooms surrounded by a restored 19th century mill with a 40ft waterfall converted into shops galleries and restaurants. Beautiful Lake Waukewan provides the water supply for the town. Meredith has recently added a state-of-the-art community center and new police station.
Land Area: 40.3 Sq.Mi.
Inland Water Area: 14.2 Sq. Mi.
Bodies of Water: Lake Winnipesaukee, Lake Waukewan, Lake Wicwas, Lake Winnisquam.
Schools: Inter-Lakes Elementary (K-6, 279-7968) Inter-Lakes Junior/Senior High School (279-6162)
Town Office: 279-4538
Town Website: www.meredithnh.org
Public Library: 91 Main Street
Library Website: www.meredithlibrary.org
Rec. Facilities: Beaches & parks, Public Docks, The Annalee Doll Museum, Children’s Museum, Train Services, Scenic Waterfront Park, Inns, Restaurants, Shopping, Winni Fishing Derby, N.H., Arts & Crafts Festivals, Chowderfest, Summer Theatre. Waukewan Country Club