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Deerfield

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Deerfield
Deerfield, New Hampshire 03037

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Rockingham County

Bear Brook SP, Allenstown (et al.)
Coordinates: 43.1260455, -71.3616943
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Dole’s Marsh, Deerfield
Coordinates: 43.1718822, -71.1886713
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Great Brook Conservation Lands–Great Brook Trail, Deerfield
Coordinates: 43.1479082, -71.1809
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Pawtuckaway SP, Nottingham/Deerfield
Coordinates: 43.0929607, -71.1790466
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Pawtuckaway SP–Reservation/Tower Rd. loop
Coordinates: 43.1015469, -71.1966419
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Peg King Park, Deerfield
Coordinates: 43.12635, -71.2515185
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Reservation Road powerline cut, Deerfield
Coordinates: 43.1069612, -71.2160869
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About Deerfield
Deerfield is a town in Rockingham County. Deerfield is home to the annual Deerfield Fair.

The town has a total area of 52.3 square miles. The highest point is the summit of Nottingham Mountain, at 1,345 feet above sea level, near the town’s western border. Portions of the Pawtuckaway Mountains occupy the eastern border of the town. Deerfield is primarily drained by the Lamprey and North Branch rivers, within the Piscataqua River (Coastal) watershed, while the western edge and northernmost section of town is in the Merrimack River watershed.
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