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The Central NH region of New Hampshire is what many call a place to be. Picturesque landscapes, rolling hills, and a community built on support. The diversity of our towns help to create the local economy built of primarily small businesses; some of which have prospered for generations. Our region is an ideal community to raise a family, grow a business, and connect within our towns.

At the convergence of the Pemigewasset and Baker Rivers, the region’s landscape and recreational options abound with possibilities ranging from the adventurous to the leisurely. Our regional area includes many of New Hampshire’s spectacular lakes such as Squam Lakes and Newfound Lake, and also includes the start of the majestic White Mountains area of Waterville Valley. Whether it’s brilliant fall colors, a backwoods excursion, a New England White Christmas, tournament fishing, a sample of fresh Maple Syrup, a family ski trip or a bit of tranquility, the Central NH area is the place to experience it all. Relax and enjoy the adventure!

map-regions-375Commitment of business owners helps to support and represent our five distinct regions:

  • Baker Valley
  • Newfound
  • Pemi-Waterville Valley
  • Plymouth
  • Squam Lake

The Central NH region is comprised of a variety of unique towns: Alexandria, Ashland, Bridgewater, Bristol, Campton, Center Harbor, Danbury, Dorchester, Ellsworth, Groton, Hebron, Holderness, Meredith, Moultonborough, New Hampton, Plymouth, Rumney, Sandwich, Thornton, Warren, Waterville Valley, Wentworth, and Woodstock.

Our Mission:
Central NH Chamber of Commerce champions the commercial & cultural foundation of the community. We commit to a vision that celebrates and preserves the region’s cornerstone values in support of:

  • A vibrant business climate fostering economic prosperity
  • Education and business development opportunities
  • Responsible business practices providing excellence to neighbors and visitors
  • Sustainable environmental activities preserving the region’s natural assets
  • Community events, programs, and celebrations enhancing the quality of life.