The March issue of New Hampshire Magazine features a great article about Campton, NH. Waterville Valley is often in the news, so it’s refreshing to read a story about our lesser known neighbor to the west.
“Campton is best known to most New Hampshire visitors as the I-93 exit for Waterville Valley. But this town on the Pemigewasset River is worth more than a quick pass-through on your way into the piece of White Mountain National Forest that fills its northeast corner.”
After reading this article, if you’ve become enamored with Campton and the adjacent town of Thornton, then contact my colleague Debbie Duffy. Debbie is Waterville Valley Realty‘s Campton and Thornton real estate specialist. Debbie was born and raised in Campton/Thornton and she can expertly assist you with your buying, selling or rental needs.
If you’re looking for a White Mountains home or vacation retreat, expand your search from Waterville Valley to the Campton and Thornton communities. You can find some excellent property values in Campton/Thornton and a robust real estate market. Both towns are minutes from four season recreation including the Lakes Region and the Big Three ski resorts, Waterville Valley, Loon and Cannon. The amenities, services and the thriving cultural offerings of Plymouth, NH, home of Plymouth State University, are just a hop and a skip down the highway.