Towns – Warner

Warner, New Hampshire 03278

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Warner NHWarner NH Town SealWelcome to Warner, NH. Warner was first granted as Number 1 in 1735, this town was named New Amesbury, Jennesstown, Waterloo, and Ryetown before it was incorporated as Warner in 1774. It was named for a leading citizen and relative of Governor John Wentworth, Jonathan Warner. It was one of the last towns established under English province rule prior to the American Revolution. Warner includes the village of Davisville.

Today, Warner, NH is a popular place to visit for outdoor activities like hiking and snowmobiling. The Kearsarge Trail Snails Snowmobile Club helps maintain the local trail system. Warner is the home of Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts. In October of every year, the Warner Fall Foliage Festival supports the community and brings hundreds of people to the town to view the changing leave and enjoy the food, fun, and festivities. A suggested annual New Hampshire Event. The Warner Area Farmers’ Market is held on Saturday mornings on Main Street. NH Living thank you for supporting our local farmers by purchasing fresh produce at a New Hampshire Farmers Market.

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Warner NH

Warner offers hiking and snowmobile trails


Incorporated: 1774
County: Merrimack
Warner, NH Population:
2010: 2,833

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 43.1649
Longitude: -71.4857

Warner, NH Local Information
Warner Police Dispatch: 911


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