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Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire 03447

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Cheshire County

Little Monadnock
Coordinates: 42.7825932, -72.201
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Rhododendron SP, Fitzwilliam
Coordinates: 42.7830447, -72.1925433
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Sip pond, Fitzwilliam
Coordinates: 42.7334594, -72.1029852
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About Fitzwilliam
Fitzwilliam is a town in Cheshire County. Fitzwilliam is home to Rhododendron State Park, a 16-acre grove of native rhododendrons that bloom in mid-July.

The town has a total area of 36.0 square miles. Little Monadnock Mountain, elevation 1,883 feet above sea level, is the highest point in Fitzwilliam, located in the western part of town. The Metacomet-Monadnock Trail traverses the summit as does a shorter side trail from Rhododendron State Park. The town is drained by the South Branch of the Ashuelot River, the source of which is Bowker Pond. Fitzwilliam lies fully within the Connecticut River watershed.

The town is served by NH-12 and NH-119.
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