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Warwick lies in the northeastern corner of Franklin County, along the border of Worcester County, Massachusetts and Cheshire County, New Hampshire. Warwick is a fairly isolated and rural town. The only state highway that runs through is Route 78 and about one third of the land is protected as part of Warwick State Forest.

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Town/Cultural Events

Town/Cultural Events

At the end of August, the town celebrates Old Home Days. This town festival features the “Corregatta” a race across Moore’s Pond on makeshift cardboard sailboats that residents have constructed. Other activities include a parade, games, and of course lots of food.

Warwick Historical Society, in Warwick Center next to Town Hall, has a collection that includes picture albums, furniture, costumes, relics from local industry such as glass and boot factories, civil war mementos and papers, a Revoluntionary War musket and two town hearses.

Warwick Town Park is 47.9 acres and has 2 Pavilions, 18 hole Disc Golf Course, 2 baseball diamonds, soccer fields, playground equipment and walking trail. 

The Outdoors

The Outdoors

Metacomet-Monadnock Trail is a marked interstate footpath linking Connecticut to Mount Monadnock in New Hampshire. The track goes into Wendell, Erving, Northfield, Warwick and Royalston. In Wendell, the trail runs from the Ruggles Pond parking area inside Wendell State Forest and follows into Erving. White rectangular blazes mark the trail along which can be found scenic vistas. 

Mount Grace State Forest offers a variety of outdoor activities including hiking and cross-country skiing. There are also several ponds, wetlands, and conservation areas in town including Sheomet Lake, Laurel Lake, Wheeler Reservoir, Richards Reservoir, Hastings Pond, and Stevens Swamp.

Warwick State Forest - Stretching over 750-acres, this forest offers a diverse landscape comprising dense woodlands, rolling hills, meandering streams, and enchanting wetlands. Visitors can immerse themselves in the peaceful ambiance while engaging in a variety of recreational activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, picnicking, and wildlife watching. 

Warwick also has a few interesting rock formations. One is the Indian Cave, located north of Stevens Swamp and the other is Wawbeek Rock located at the side of Hastings Pond Road, behind the fire station at the south end of Warwick Common. "Wawbeek" is the Algonquin Indian name for "big rock." It was dedicated in 1916 as a monument to God's work on earth, and bears a carved inscription from the Bible. "In the beginning - God."a glacial boulder dedicated as a monument to God’s work on earth in 1916.

Local Favorites

Chase Hill Farm - Organic 100% grassfed dairy and diversified livestock farm nestled in miles of State Forest land our farm covers roughly 300 acres of beautiful Massachusetts hillside with both pasture and forest. The farm sells dairy products, beef, chicken and pork. Organic 100% grassfed dairy and diversified livestock farm.

The locals enjoy the access to the state forests that this beautiful little town has to offer.  

 

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