An easy place to find good times for people of all ages to enjoy, making it a great city for families and singles alike.
A quaint, family-friendly town with an easy commute to Manchester
Home to Searles Castle, Canobie Lake, city parks, and hiking trails, Windham is an easy place to find good times for people of all ages to enjoy, making it a great city for families and singles alike. Single-family homes characterize this city, with many historic and charmingly renovated colonial-style homes with stone and brick exteriors. Properties are private, with sizable backyards and trees enhancing the secluded feel of these homes. Only a 25-minute drive to Manchester or the bustling city of Haverhill, Windham is a wonderful city to enjoy the peaceful feeling of a charming, historic town without sacrificing the perks of living close to lively, urban cities.
A cruise down Highway 111 will tour some of the city’s finest restaurants, pubs, and shopping destinations. Windham Country Club is a city staple where Windham residents enjoy the day and one another over a picturesque game of golf. Meanwhile, Windham Rail Trail is a great place to stretch your legs on meandering trails alongside ponds and through wooded areas of Windham Town Forest. Charming farms mark this area as well, adding to its natural appeal. Windham is a beautiful place to enjoy the lush landscape of southern New Hampshire in a family-friendly historic town without being too far removed from the excitement of bustling urban areas like Manchester and Haverhill.
Windham’s historic and charming character is expressed in the older architecture of its homes and buildings. The small farms and parks of this town enhance the beauty of its natural setting and render a feeling of serenity. Windham is a beautiful place to live for pretty sights, animated fall foliage, hikes, and enjoying a slower pace of life.
The Common Man Restaurant, housed in a renovated red barn, serves American and New England cuisine with dishes like their lobster corn chowder served with a side of warmed cornbread. They also offer an extensive list of gluten-free menu options. Kumo Sushi boasts fresh sushi and other delectable Japanese dishes.
For standard American fare made with premium ingredients, 33 Hilltop offers burgers, sandwiches, and pizzas with gluten-free options. Le Macaron French Pastries is macaron heaven with 20 signature macaron flavors and also serves gelato and freshly made French pastries. The Windham Restaurant serves American and New England dishes like their Nantucket pie, baked with Gulf white shrimp and haddock lightly crumbed and baked in a white cream sauce casserole with a side of rice and vegetables.
When it comes to shopping, Black Moose Country Store is a charming gift and home décor shop not to be missed. Willow is a chic boutique home décor and clothing shop with fine candles, picture frames, vases, and hand-woven baskets.
Griffin Park at 101 Range Road is the city’s mecca for outdoor recreation with three baseball fields, a basketball court, walking trails, a lacrosse field, a soccer field, a playground, and a tennis court. Wonderland Park has a petting zoo and playground. Windham Town Beach is excellent for summertime swimming, and Canobie Lake Park offers amusement park rides and a water park. America’s Stonehenge is only a 15-minute drive from Windham. It is truly a sight to see, featuring a manufactured stone structure believed to have served as a ceremonial meeting place or some other formal gathering site. This structure is over 4,000 years old, and who built it or why is still somewhat of a mystery. Windham residents love visiting and showing it off to out-of-town guests.
Windham serves Windham School District. Schools of note include:
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