Warren, New Hampshire
As of 2015, the estimated population of Warren was 893. Warren includes the village of Glencliff and it's the smallest village, with a total area of 49.0 square miles by population of the six towns named Warren in New England (one in each state). Warren was granted in 1763 by Governor Benning Wentworth, and incorporated in 1770 by Governor John Wentworth. The town takes its name from Admiral Sir Peter Warren. It was first settled in 1767 by Joseph Patch. The town's most famous landmark is a Redstone ballistic missile erected in the center of the village green. It was donated by Henry T. Asselin, who transported the missile from the Redstone Arsenal near Huntsville, Alabama, in 1971, then placed in honor of long-time Senator Norris Cotton, a Warren native.
Regardless of its size Warren New Hampshire has a fair number of activities in and around the town. If it's camping you enjoy the Moose Hillock is a must for young and old alike. Perhaps some of the most beautiful scenery in the country is right here. Hike the trails of Mt. Moosilauke, a 4,810 foot mountain with incredible above-the-tree line views or perhaps kayak down Baker River.
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