About the Littleton Area

Thank you for your interest in joining our community and serving the residents of the Littleton area. Known as “The Main Street of the Mountains,” Littleton is the largest town in northern Grafton County, with 5,928 residents in the 2010 census. The town is situated at the edge of the White Mountains, the most northern town in Grafton County and bounded on the northwest by the Connecticut River. To the southeast is Bethlehem, to the south is Sugar Hill, Lisbon and Lyman, to the southwest is Monroe, to the northwest, across the Connecticut River, are Waterford and Concord Vermont and to the north is Dalton.

  • The gondola at Cannon Mountain

    Skiers ride the gondola at Cannon Mountain in the winter. The gondola remains open in the summer for view-seekers.

  • Mountain biking in Franconia

    The Franconia area has many mountain biking trails. A local club organizes group rides throughout the spring, summer and fall.

Town highlights:

Littleton: Known as “The Main Street of the Mountains,” Littleton has a picturesque Main Street with many unique shops to visit. Don’t miss out on Chutters (which has the world’s longest candy counter) and the Village Bookstore. You can also visit Jax Jr. Cinemas, a two screen movie theatre open year-round. Littleton is located on the banks of the Ammonoosuc river where you can picnic and dine while looking out at the rapids that used to power the mills. You can also hike Kilburn Crag, which offers a spectacular view of the Presidential Range to hikers.

Bethlehem: The Colonial Theatre, located in Bethlehem, is the longest continually running movie theatre in The United States. The historic theatre shows movies nightly throughout the summer. From May to September you can enjoy free outdoor concerts every Sunday night at the old fashioned Gazebo on the Town Common. The town is also home to the Rocks Estate, a Christmas Tree Farm that also offers musical concerts, nature lectures, wagon rides and maple syrup.

Franconia: Franconia is home to Franconia Notch State Park with many unique sites along I-93. You can visit the Flume Gorge, the Basin, the Old Man on the Mountain Historic Site, swim in Echo Lake and ski and hike on Cannon Mountain. Cannon Mountain has 72 trails, 9 lifts, terrain for all ability levels, the largest vertical drop and highest lift-accessed terrain in New Hampshire and New Hampshire’s only aerial tramway. You can also visit The Frost Place, Robert Frost’s farm homestead. Don’t forget to hike to Lonesome Lake!

Sugar Hill: Welcome to the newest town in New Hampshire, incorporated in 1962. Sugar Hill is home to the Lupine Festival during the summertime. Lupine Festival events include, histori-cal inn tours, cooking workshops with inn chefs, exhibits dem-onstrations & sales of artisan works, lupine field walks and mu-sic festivals. Don’t forget to visit Polly’s Pancake Parlor for one of the best breakfasts in the North Country!

Littleton Area Clinical Sites

Places to Eat
Where to Shop
WiFi and Cell Coverage
  • Breakfast
    Bagel Depot
    551 Meadow St. Littleton

    Dunkin Donuts
    117 Main St. Littleton

    The Littleton Diner
    170 West Main St. Littleton

    Topic of the Town
    25 Main St. Littleton

    Cold Mountain Café
    2015 Main St. Bethlehem

    The Coffee Pot
    30 Main St. Littleton

    Polly’s Pancake Parlor
    672 Sugar Hill Rd. (Rt. 117) Sugar Hill

    Miller’s Fare Café & Bakery
    16 Mill St. Littleton

    Maia Papaya
    2161 Main St. Bethlehem

    Main St. Franconia

    Chang Thai Café
    77 Main St. Littleton

    Italian Oasis Restaurant
    106 Main St. # C Littleton

    The Little Grille
    62 Cottage St. Littleton

    Gold House Pizza & Greek Restaurant
    87 Main St. Littleton

    Alburritos Mexican Restaurant
    406 Union St. Littleton

    Porfido’s Market and Deli
    84 Main St. Littleton

  • Grocery Stores
    Littleton Co-Op
    Cottage St. Littleton

    Shaw’s Supermarket
    625 Meadow St. Littleton

    Farmer’s Markets
    Littleton Farmer’s Market
    Littleton Senior Center, 77 River Glen Lane

    Bethlehem Farmer’s Market
    Next to WREN, Main St. Bethlehem

    Porfido’s Market and Deli
    84 Main St. Littleton

    Franconia Village Store
    324 Main Street, Franconia

    Mac’s Market
    347 Main St. Franconia

    Rite Aid
    118 Meadow St. Littleton

    274 Dells Rd. Littleton

    751 Meadow St. Littleton

    615 Meadow St. Littleton

  • Free WiFi/Computer Access
    Miller’s Fare Café & Bakery: 16 Mill Street, Littleton. Free WiFi.
    The Oasis: Parkers Marketplace on Main Street, Littleton. Free Wifi.
    Along Main Street, Near the Opera House: Free WiFi.
    McDonald’s: 252 Meadows Street, Littleton. Free WiFi.
    Notchnet: 149 West Main Street, Littleton. Free WiFi.
    Bethlehem Public Library: Town Building, Main and Maple Streets, Bethlehem. Free WiFi/computer access.
    Littleton Public Library: Main St. Littleton. Free WiFi/computer access.
    Abbie Greenleaf Library: Main St. Bethlehem. Free WiFi/computer access.

    Cell Phone Coverage
    Littleton: There is 3G service.
    Franconia: Coverage in town.
    Bethlehem: There is 3G service.
    Sugar Hill: Coverage in town.
    Lyman: There is limited coverage.
    Monroe: Coverage in town.
    Easton: Coverage in town.