Cities in New Hampshire

Population: 1,359,711

To use the map of New Hampshire cities, simply click the colored clusters of cities to drill down to the city of your choice.

New Hampshire: Mountains, Beaches and More

New Hampshire is one state where you can encounter many different things depending upon which part of the map you are looking at. In the top part of New Hampshire, there are the White Mountains and all of the things that go along with mountain life. Meanwhile, New Hampshire also has some shore line with the Atlantic Ocean, offering beach goers a chance to enjoy the sun. In general, the best hotels and such are found in these areas, with skiers coming to the north and beach lovers heading south. Additionally, some of the areas bordering the state of Maine are popular, with lots of great restaurants and bed and breakfast resorts there.

While the weather in New Hampshire can be rather harsh during the winter months, it can also be quite pleasant during the summer. Folks enjoy New Hampshire for vacation, similar to how they flock to Maine. One reason that it is nice to relocate to New Hampshire is that they do not charge sales tax, so the cost of living is significant reduced. There are also some really nice housing opportunities available to those people who are looking for real estate.

New Hampshire cities offer some of the lowest crime rates across all of America, at almost 50% less than the national average. Even larger cities like Nashua are considered a very safe place to live, which is rare for a city of that size.