Warren, NH Town Profile & Lifestyle Comparison
Warren is a residential town in Grafton County. It was incorporated in 1763 and named in honor of Admiral Sir Peter Warren. The first settler was Joseph Patch and the town library is named after him. Warren is home to many year-round activities including a fish hatchery and education center, White Mountain National Forest, and a Motocross trail.
Land Area: 48.5 sq. mi.
Inland Water Area: 0.6 sq. mi.
Schools: Warren Village School, Haverhill Cooperative
Town Office: 764-5780
Public Library: 320 NH Route 25
Rec. Facilities: Fish Hatchery & Education Center, White Mountain National Forest, Redstone Missle on Town Common, Mount Carr trail, Motocross park, Municipal parks, Swimming, Tennis courts, Museums, Campgrounds, Fishing, Hunting, Snowmobile trails, Bicycle trails, Cross-country skiing, and Overnight/day camps.