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Hollis, New Hampshire 03049

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Hillsborough County

Beaver Brook Assn., Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7429119, -71.6192293
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Beaver Brook Assoc.–Brown Lane, Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7315678, -71.6058826
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Beaver Brook Assn.–Maple Hill, Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7232767, -71.6070306
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Beaver Brook great meadow, Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7077712, -71.6141546
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Haydens Reservoir, Hollis
Coordinates: 42.769138, -71.6098366
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Hollis/Brookline High School (IMPT: restricted during school hours)
Coordinates: 42.735173, -71.5926476
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Merganser Pond (Beaver Brook Assoc. Land), Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7513611, -71.6233921
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Old Monson Village, Hollis/Milford
Coordinates: 42.783995, -71.62374
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Spalding Park Town Forest, Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7654773, -71.5855408
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Woodmont Orchard, Hollis
Coordinates: 42.7719865, -71.5966156
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About Hollis
Hollis is a town in Hillsborough County. The town center village is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Hollis Village Historic District.

The town has a total area of 32.3 square miles. The highest point in Hollis is the summit of Birch Hill, at 821 feet above sea level, located near the town’s western border.

The Nashua River flows through the southeast corner of the town out of Pepperell, Massachusetts and into Nashua. The Nissitissit River flows through the western part of the town. Hollis lies fully within the Merrimack River watershed.
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