Alton is one of the towns that border Lake Winnipesaukee, the largest lake in New Hampshire. Alton is home to Alton Bay State Forest and Mount Major State Forest. As of 2010, the town population was 5,250. The town is known for its year-round popular recreational activities including boating, swimming, skiing, snowmobiling, and more. Check out the links below to browse Alton real estate.
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Many of the residents connect through social media. The community Facebook page is a go-to source for real-time information. The residents embrace the small town community by shopping locally. Residents bond over fun activities such as building ice sculptures. There are plenty of community activities in the summertime as well for the seasonal residents.
- Alton Country Store (Gifts)
- Alton Antiques and Second Hand Shop (Antiques)
- The Village Place (Mall)
- Alton Home & Garden Center (Home)
- Ackerly's Grill & Galley Restaurant (Seafood)
- Shibley's at the Pier (American)
- Ellacoya Barn & Grille (American)
- Alton Village Pizza (Pizza)
Home to the Mountaineers, Alton residents have access to the SAU 72 school district. The elementary school is Alton Central School and serves grades K-8. The high school is Prospect Mountain High School. Their mission is to personalize education in order to maximize individual success for their ever changing student body.
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