Whitefield, New Hampshire 03598
Whitefield, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
Whitefield, New Hampshire is beautiful White Mountain town. Whitefield was the last town to be granted under the English provincial government. Whitefield was granted on July 4, 1774, exactly two years before the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Whitefield was named for George Whitefield, a famous English evangelist, and friend of the Earl of Dartmouth. Early grantees included Jeremy Belknap, historian, and John Langdon, who succeeded John Wentworth as governor. Today, Whitefield is a popular destination resort town, the Weathervane Theatre, and The Mountain View Grand Resort are located here. Forest Lake, Mirror Lake, Burns Pond are located in Whitefield. Weeks State Park is on the north end of town heading toward Lancaster, NH on US Route 3.
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