Gilford is one of the towns that surround Lake Winnipesaukee. As of 2010, the population was 7,126 residents. The community is the only town in New Hampshire still named after a Revolutionary War battle, and it was predominantly an agricultural community. Today, Gilford is known as the “Recreation Center of New Hampshire” due to its proximity to the Belknap Mountain Range slopes and Lake Winnipesaukee. Vacationers and locals alike enjoy Gilford’s beauty and all the town activities. Check out the links below to browse Gilford real estate.
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Living in Gilford provides a suburban rural mix feel. The town is a close-knit community that bonds over the competitive high school sports programs. They have a community Facebook group to keep residents informed. Gilford is also home to the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion that seats over 9,000 guests. The outdoor amphitheater is great for live music in the summer months.
- Gilford Country Store (NH made products)
- Lakes Region Plaza (Mall)
- Charmed Treasures Boutique (Consignment)
- HomeGoods (Home)
- Ellacoya Barn & Grille (American)
- Patrick's Pub & Eatery (Irish)
- Powder Keg Restaurant (Grill)
- Lyons' Den Restaurant & Tavern (American)
Residents in Gilford have access to the Gilford Public School District. There is an elementary school, middle school, and high school. They serve about 1,150 students. The district’s mission is to provide innovative education, creating pathways to success for all learners.
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