New Ipswich, New Hampshire
New Ipswich, incorporated in 1796, is a small, quiet town in rural southern New Hampshire. The surrounding area offers visitors an array of things to see and do indoors and outdoors. For the active, Mount Monadnock, the most hiked mountain in America, and the area’s parks, rivers, and lakes offer countless ways to get outside and experience New England’s natural beauty. Area art galleries, museums, shops, and restaurants offer visitors a selection of intriguing but gentler travel options as well.