Ashland, NH sits along the Squam and Pemigewasset Rivers and, in its heyday, boasted several mills. As the town continues to reinvent itself, host Rebecca Rule discovers some stories that make Ashland unique — from covered bridges and a one-of-a-kind guitar shop owner and a farm stand that helps to define this vibrant community.
Location: Grafton County
Name: Was once part of Holderness before separating as New Holderness and eventually Ashland.
Notable: The historic Ashland Railroad Station and the Pauline E. Glidden Toy Museum.
Try it: Historical places and outdoor recreational opportunity abound.
Support for Our Hometown Ashland is provided by Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies, Hiltz Excavating, Sippican Partners and New Hampshire Lottery.