NEWFOUND LAKE, THE LARGEST FRESHWATER SWIM BEACH IN A NH STATE PARK, IS 6 MILES LONG, 2.4 MILES WIDE, 183 FEET DEEP, 5 ISLANDS, 4 TOWNS!
WATER POWER FROM NEWFOUND RIVER WAS THE CENTER OF MANUFACTURING IN THE EARLY DAYS.
VISIT THE HEART OF 03222, FOUND AT THE INTERSECTION OF ROUTES 3A AND 104.
SUMMER IN THE HEART OF 603 VISIT CHARMING LOCAL SHOPS ON MAIN STREET IN BRISTOL
BRISTOL’S CENTRAL SQUARE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MONUMENT, COMMEMORATING THE BEGINNING OF THE RECONSTRUCTION ERA.
Hungry? Bristol has a wide variety of eateries and offerings for foodies, families, couples, and folks just looking for a quick bite. Freshly fried fish, homemade fudge, bangers and mash, a pint of microbrew: there’s something for everyone. Offering all the pleasures of small-town New England living, Bristol has a vibrant downtown: homemade ice cream, live music, and shops.
— MONIQUE ABEAR, BRANCH MANAGER, FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK
Bristol offers breweries, restaurants, and small-venue live music.
Tapply-Thompson Community Center
30 North Main St.
Bristol is part of SAU 4 and includes:
55 School St., 603-744-2761
Newfound Memorial Middle School
North Main St., 603-744-8162
Newfound Regional High School
150 Newfound Rd., 603-744-6006