The North Country
Experience Life North of the Notches
Ahh, the beauty of North Country...the Great North Woods, the breathtaking mountain views, the miles and miles of pristine trails, and the charming small towns. It’s no wonder people are drawn here, especially those who thrive on outdoor adventures! But you may be wondering: what exactly makes the North Country a Porcupine Paradise?
There is a thriving community of Free Staters in the North Country, all drawn to call this beautiful region for various reasons. Many Northies are drawn here because of the wholesome, virtually crime-free communities. Couple that with unbeatable real estate prices, a variety of homeschool resources, and small schools where parents have the opportunity to discuss their children’s education with teachers and administrators, and you have an ideal place to raise a family.
The relatively permissive zoning of most North Country towns make this region ripe for entrepreneurship! And those who desire to participate in local government find the region's small towns to be a great place to get involved. A number of Free Staters have already run serious campaigns for selectmen, city council, even mayor! Our involvement can truly tip the scales and go a long way in promoting liberty throughout our region.
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Tour the North Country
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North Country Facts
Major Towns: Berlin, Lancaster, Littleton Whitefield, Groveton, Stark, Milan, Colebrook (some include North Conway and Lincoln)
Great For: DIY'ers, entrepreneurs, families and couples, integrating with the locals, quiet, rural/nature
Not For: college or single life, major businesses, proximity to larger cities, walk-ability, weather
Contact a Porcupine!
Tiffany recently moved to the North Country with her family. She's been busy exploring the area and would be happy to answer your questions about it – or point you to someone who can.
Gaston is a New Hampshire native who enjoys socializing with the liberty crowd. Interested in the region? Let him know how he can help.