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Candia
Candia, New Hampshire 03034

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Bear Brook SP, Allenstown (et al.)
Coordinates: 43.1260455, -71.3616943
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Rockingham County

Abe Emerson Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary, Candia
Coordinates: 43.0442309, -71.2908068
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Tower Hill Pond trails (Manchester Water Works land), Candia
Coordinates: 43.0401237, -71.3658571
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About Candia
Candia is a town in Rockingham County. The town includes the villages of Candia, Candia Four Corners and East Candia.

The town has a total area of 30.6 square miles. The town is bordered by Deerfield to the north, Hooksett (in Merrimack County) to the west, Auburn and Chester to the south, and Raymond to the east. Notable villages in the town include Candia proper, near the town’s northern border; Candia Four Corners, closer to the geographic center of the town; and East Candia, near the town’s eastern border.

Candia is drained by the North Branch River, a tributary of the Lamprey River. The town lies almost fully within the Piscataqua River watershed except for the western and southern edges, which are in the Merrimack River watershed.[3] The highest point in town is Hall Mountain, at 941 feet (287 m) above sea level, located in Bear Brook State Park in the northwestern part of the town. (The main entrance to the state park and most of its facilities are in neighboring Allenstown.)

Candia is bisected by two state highways, NH-43 running north from NH-101 through the Candia Four Corners to the Deerfield town line, and NH-27, running east/west from the Hooksett town line through the Candia Four Corners to the Raymond town line. NH-101 is the major east/west thoroughfare through southern New Hampshire and travels through the south part of Candia.
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