Wilton NH Area Info
Wilton, NH is a peaceful New England community, home to 3,677 residents and located on the New Hampshire – Massachusetts border. Wilton was originally a mill town and is now primarily residential, which makes it an ideal place to live, raise a family and retire. Wilton is a twenty-minute drive from Manchester, NH, and only an hour from Boston, making it an ideal commuter's haven.
Learn What Makes Wilton, NH Such a Great Place to Call Home!
A quiet town, Wilton has a close-knit community who looks out for their own. The Wilton Public & Gregg Free Library offers many monthly events for their residents, it is also home to the Wilton Historical Society. The Wilton Farmers' Market takes place at the Wilton Historical Society every Wednesday from June 18 - October 1.
The Wilton Community Center offers a variety of educational, social, and recreational activities to residents of all ages. Some of their activities include a Farm to Table Dinner and a Teddy Bear Parade.
Residents also enjoy Andy's Summer Playhouse, an innovative summer youth theater. Every summer the children aged 8 to 18 perform in original works.
Located at one of the oldest CSA's in the country, the Temple Wilton Community Farm -- in a cozy, restored 1765 farmhouse, The Hilltop Cafe is committed to using local, fresh, and organic ingredients to create nourishing meals. Don't miss the delicious croissants!
Located on Main Street, everything in this quaint eatery is named after a geographic location. This is truly a unique and can't-miss stop in Wilton.
The Russell-Abbot State Forest, ski area, and nearby water access make this small town an outdoor recreationist's dream. Close to 1,000 acres of private land, known as Head Tract, was donated to the public. Spectacular views abound, and at certain points of the trail Mt. Watatic can be seen in the distance. The Souhegan River offers year-round outdoor recreation, and there are many parks scattered throughout town.