Jackson, N.H.

With a population of 709, jackson has a certain mystique. It first drew artists back in the mid-1800s; followed by visitors who admired the scenic beauty portrayed on canvas and wanted to experience it themselves. Originally farms opened their doors to these guests, but soon some of the finest grand hotels in the White Mountains were built, including Wentworth Hall (now The Wentworth) and Eagle Mountain House. With the advent of the famous shovel handle lift at Black Mountain, Jackson became a mecca for skiers as well. Development has been limited since much of the town is White Mountain National Forest and because the town's zoning laws limit commercial development and require a minimum of two acres for house lots.

Schools

Jackson Grammar School in the center of town goes through 6th grade; children then go to Bartlett for grades 7 and 8, and onto Kennett High School in Conway.

Recreation

When it comes to recreation, Jackson has it all: 2 golf courses 2 alpine ski areas, XC skiing, hiking trails and plenty of fishing.

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