The Town of Rindge is located in the picturesque Monadnock Region of New Hampshire. Rts. 119 and 202 are the major routes through the town, which is located just over the border from Massachusetts and less than an hour's drive from Vermont. The Town has 37.1 square miles of land area, with 2.7 square miles of inland water area. Rindge offers visitors many opportunities for sightseeing, recreation, and shopping. Residents enjoy the natural environment, historic heritage, and accessibility of business and commercial development.
History Rindge has a rich history, which has been well documented in the Stearn's History of Rindge, NH 1736-1874 and Town on the Border, Rindge 1874-1988, available in a box set for $55 at the Rindge Town Office. The Historical Society is a valuable resource for people who wish to learn more. Visit their web page for more information.
Economy The following web pages offer information on the town and the regional economy:
New Hampshire Employment Security
Monadnock Economic Development Council
Natural Resources Rindge is home to many lakes and ponds, including Lake Monomonac, Contoocook Lake, Emerson Pond, Grassy Pond, Hubbard Pond, Bullet Pond, Pool Pond, Crowcroft Pond, Annett State Park and Pearly Pond. There are ample opportunities for swimming, fishing, and boating. Rindge is part of the Rails to Trails network. Rindge is also very close to Mount Monadnock, the most climbed mountain in the world. Information can be found online at the Team Jaffrey web site.