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North Haverhill, New Hampshire

North Haverhill is a small village located in the town of Haverhill, in Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States. It is situated along the Connecticut River, which serves as the border between New Hampshire and Vermont. North Haverhill is primarily a rural community with beautiful landscapes and opportunities for outdoor recreation.

Some points of interest in and around North Haverhill include:

  1. The Haverhill-Bath Covered Bridge: This historic wooden covered bridge, built in 1829, spans the Ammonoosuc River and connects the towns of Haverhill and Bath.
  2. Black Mountain State Forest: A nearby state forest offering hiking, hunting, and other outdoor activities.
  3. Bedell Bridge State Park: Located across the Connecticut River in Vermont, this park is home to the site of the former Bedell Covered Bridge, which was one of the longest-covered bridges in the United States before its collapse in 1979.
  4. The Grafton County Farm Complex: The complex includes the historic Grafton County Courthouse, the County Jail, and other county buildings.

Regarding amenities, North Haverhill offers a few local shops and dining options. Still, for more extensive shopping, dining, and entertainment, residents can visit nearby towns such as Woodsville or larger cities like Lebanon, New Hampshire, or Littleton, New Hampshire. The area is also known for its picturesque landscapes, which provide opportunities for hiking, fishing, canoeing, and other outdoor activities.