Groveton, New Hampshire 03582
Groveton, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
The town of Groveton, New Hampshire was first named Stonington in 1761, probably due to Governor Benning Wentworth’s shipbuilding interests in Stonington, Connecticut. It was renamed Northumberland in honor of Hugh Smithson, first Duke of Northumberland. The Duke’s son, James Smithson, is remembered for leaving a legacy of more than a half million dollars for the founding of the Smithsonian Institution. Groveton is a village in the town of Northumberland,
The Moody Mug Cafe, 18 State Street, Groveton, NH | 603-636-5096
A friendly place to meet for coffee, tea, good food and conversation. Open for Breakfast and Lunch daily 6:30am - 2:00pm. Try our cinnamon rolls, banana-walnut pancakes, in-house pastries, Breakfast & Lunch specials. Take-out, walk-in or phone ahead. Groups welcomed.
Visit The Moody Mug Cafe
Most of Northumberland, NH residents live in the village of Groveton. Groveton’s past is heavily tied to the paper industry. Diamond International Papers was originally the hub of Groveton. Diamond International was replaced by James River Paper Company, which was followed by Wausau Paper. Wasau closed and Groveton is the midst of new business growth and opportunity.
Groveton, NH Population:
Groveton, NH Local Information
Groveton Police Dispatch: 911
Official Town Website: https://northumberlandnh.weebly.com/
New England Living Magazine