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Litchfield, New Hampshire 03052

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Hillsborough County

Litchfield Muster Field, Litchfield
Coordinates: 42.8383767, -71.4790356
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Moore’s Falls Conservation Area, Litchfield
Coordinates: 42.890665, -71.4588922
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About Litchfield
Litchfield is a town in Hillsborough County.

The town has a total area of 15.4 square miles. The highest point in Litchfield is the summit of Rocky Hill, located in the Litchfield State Forest, at 357 feet above sea level. The town is bordered to the north by Manchester, to the east by Londonderry in Rockingham County, to the south by Hudson, to the west by Merrimack, and to the extreme southwest by Nashua, with the Merrimack River separating Litchfield from both Merrimack and Nashua. There is no bridge connecting Litchfield and Merrimack; the closest river crossings are to the south between Nashua and Hudson, and to the north between Manchester and Bedford.

There are two islands in the Merrimack River within the borders of Litchfield. The islands have been called “Minnewawa” and “Nunnehaha”, the Naticook Islands, and Reed’s Islands. The northern island is located within Litchfield, while the southern island is essentially split down the middle by the boundary between Litchfield and Merrimack, forming the only land border between the two towns. Merrimack owns both islands.
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