Introduction to Rindge, New Hampshire
The town was initially known as Rowley and was a part of Canada. New Hampshire Governor Benning Wentworth incorporated the town as South Monadnock in 1749. The town is named in honor of Captain Daniel Rindge.
Rindge and nearby Attractions
- Rindge Historical Society
- Cathedral of the Pines
- The Rindge Meeting House
- Annett Wayside Park
- Mariposa Museum of World Culture
Things To Do In Rindge
Rindge offers a wide variety of opportunities for recreation, including hiking and camping at Annett State Forest and Lake Monomonac. The Rindge Meeting House is one of the largest town meeting houses in New England and is the site of various community events.
Logan International is the nearest major airport.
Rindge Higher Education
Franklin Pierce College is the local institution of higher education. Others in the neighborhood include Mount Wachusett Community College, Fitchburg State College and Keene State College.