Towns – Merrimack

Merrimack, New Hampshire 03054

Merrimack, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information

Merrimack NHMerrimack Valley region community Merrimack NHMerrimack, New Hampshire was first occupied in 1665. Merrimack settlement did not begin until 1722, when the establishment of Brenton’s Farm (Litchfield) presented the need of a ferry across the river to reach new settlements. The ferry concession was owned by Edward Lutwyche. When the town was separated from Nashua (then Dunstable) in 1746, it was given the name of the river, Merrimack. In 1774, Lutwyche’s Ferry was sold to Revolutionary War patriot Matthew Thornton, giving it the current name of Thornton’s Ferry.

Today Merrimack is a growing and vibrant town. The new Merrimack Designer Outlet Mall attracts shoppers from across New England. The Merrimack area hotels and restaurants are experiencing the impact of more visitors.

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Incorporated: 1746
County: Hillsborough
Merrimack, NH Population:
2010: 25,494

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 42.5159
Longitude: -71.2937

Merrimack, NH Local Information
Merrimack Police Dispatch: 911

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