Hinsdale Campground at Thicket Hill Village in Hinsdale, NH
 
About Hinsdale, NH
   
Hinsdale is a small New England town with a population of 1,713.

Home of Pisgah State Park

Located in Cheshire County beside the Connecticut River in the southwestern corner of New Hampshire, Hinsdale is also the home of Pisgah State Park, the largest state park in New Hampshire with over 13,000 acres of forested terrain.

Hinsdale is only 7 miles from Brattleboro, Vermont, a center of activity with lots of restaurants, shops, and cultural activities.

Nearby Keene, NH is called a "Currier and Ives" like town because of it quaint architecture.

The Pioneer Valley and Mohawk Trail regions are readily accessible in Massachusetts via Interstate 91.

Hinsdale Town Hall
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A Former Mill Town

Hinsdale is named for Col. Ebenezer Hinsdale, a respected early resident who built a fort and gristmill here in 1742. In the 19th and 20th centuries Hinsdale was the site of numerous paper mills.

Hinsdale Post Office

Historic Buildings

Of historic interest, the Todd Block and International Order of Odd Fellows Hall, at 27-31 Main Street on Route 119, was constructed in 1862 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Hinsdale is also home to the oldest commissioned Post Office in the country, still in operation today at at 13 Main Street, next to Hinsdale's historic Town Hall.

29 Pine St.
Hinsdale, NH 03451
Phone: 603-336-8906
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