Bordering Massachusetts to its south and the Merrimack River to its west is Hudson, NH.
The town has a mix of residential neighborhoods, restaurants, retail buildings and industrial office parks. We also have historic buildings from the original Hills family who settled here. We border the city of Nashua and have direct access to Route 3. Route 3A, 102 and 111 run through our town and we’re within a 15 to 20 minute ride to pick up Interstate 93, which will take you to Boston in about 90 minutes or our lakes region or the White Mountains in about 2 hours.
We have our own beautiful Benson’s Park (This Park may be familiar to anyone old enough to remember Benson’s Wild Animal Farm) which includes play structures for kids, many paths to walk, both paved and not paved, a dog park and a memorial to the victims of 9/11. This property also provides a home for the new Senior Center (in 2014) and Hudson Community Television. If golf or fishing is your sport, we have two golf courses and two pond’s (Robinson and Ottarnic) which can be accessed by the residents for boating and Robinson Pond for swimming.
The town of Hudson has four elementary schools, a middle school, high school and a private school that serves student’s up through junior high. In 2009 the George H. and Ella M. Rogers Memorial Library was built to provide resources and many great programs for all ages. Centrally located in Hudson we have an urgent care facility that has evening and weekend hours and works together with the hospital, Southern NH Medical Center, out of Nashua.
Living in Hudson most of my adult life I find that you can’t beat the convenient location of this town while maintaining a quiet and peaceful, lifestyle.
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