Rumney, New Hampshire 03266
Rumney, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
The Grafton County NH town of Rumney was first granted in 1761 to settlers from the Connecticut River towns of East Haddam and Colchester, this town is named for Robert Marsham, second Baron Romney. Not all grantees complied with the charter, and in 1767 the town was regranted to a new group of settlers. Situated in the Baker River Valley, the town of Rumney includes the villages of West Rumney and Rumney Depot.
The Quincy Bog Natural Area is located in Rumney. The Quincy Bog is an area for exploring wildlife. Hunting, fishing, trapping, camping, lighting fires, and littering are prohibited in Quincy Bog. The Mary Baker Eddy Historic House is located at 58 Stinson Lake Rd, Rumney, NH. The popular NH White Mountain Attraction called Polar Caves is also located in Rumney at 705 Route 25. The attraction is a family-owned business since 1922> Polar Caves offers visitors an opportunity to explore caves created millennia ago when the last Ice Age moved across the earth. Rumney is a popular destination for hikers. There are many miles of hiking trails in Rumney. Rumney Rocks, located between Rumney village and West Rumney is a famous for sports climbing routes. Most of the trails are located on Rattlesnake Mountain – part of the White Mountain National Forest.
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Rumney, NH Local Information
Rumney Police Dispatch: 911
Official Town of Rumney Website
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