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Lee
Lee, New Hampshire 03861

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Five Corners Reserve, Lee
Coordinates: 43.1517968, -70.9834761
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Gile Road Marsh, Lee
Coordinates: 43.1007165, -71.0525537
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Little River Park, Lee
Coordinates: 43.1192639, -71.014756
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Maud Jones Forest, Lee
Coordinates: 43.1408533, -70.9728545
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Old Mill Rd (mitigation area), Lee
Coordinates: 43.1567488, -70.9915709
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Powder Majors/Madbury Town Forest, Madbury/Durham/Lee
Coordinates: 43.1641533, -70.9520661
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University of New Hampshire Organic Dairy Farm, Lee [Restricted Access During Covid]
Coordinates: 43.0974458, -70.988827
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Wheelwright Pond, Lee
Coordinates: 43.1365452, -71.0146487
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About Lee
Lee is a town in Strafford County. The town is a rural farm and bedroom community, being close to the University of New Hampshire.

The town has a total area of 20.2 square miles. The town is drained by the Lamprey River, North River, and Oyster River. Lee lies fully within the Piscataqua River (Coastal) watershed. The highest point in Lee is 272 feet above sea level, atop an unnamed hill southwest of the town center.
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