Rumney, NH Town Profile & Lifestyle Comparison

Rumney was incorporated in 1761 and was named for Robert Marsham, the second Baron Romney. Rumney is home to the popular summer attraction Polar Caves and Rumney Rocks. Rattlesnake Mountain, a popular mountain for hiking, is also located in Rumney.

Land Area: 41.7 sq. mi.

Inland Water Area: 0.9 sq. mi.

Schools: Russell Elementary School, Plymouth Regional School District

Town Office: 786-9511

Town Website:  www.rumneynh.org

Public Library: 10 Buffalo Road

Library Website:  www.rumneylibrary.blogspot.com

Rec. Facilities: Polar Caves, Rumney Rocks, Hiking, Campgrounds