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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

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.


The Outdoors

In the center of town is Mount Grace, standing at 1,617 feet along the Metacomet-Monadnock Trail. 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 also has a few interesting rock formations. One is the Indian Cave, located north of Stevens Swamp. The other is Wawbeek Rock, a glacial boulder dedicated as a monument to God’s work on earth in 1916.

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