The Warner, New Hampshire area is filled with all kinds of things to do. Below are just a few of the many ways to enjoy the area and what it has to offer.
- Warner Youth Sports Association teams include baseball, softball, soccer, basketball, football and cheerleading.
- Rollins State Park on Mt. Kearsarge - From the center of town Mt. Kearsarge Road climbs almost to the 2937' to the summit. There's a short hike to the tower at the top of the mountain.
- The Warner River flows through town with rainbow, native trout and Atlantic Salmon.
- An Active Horse Community with indoor-riding arenas and many miles of old, unused dirt roads for trail riding.
- The Kearsarge Trail Snails Snowmobile Club - Many miles of well organized, groomed snowmobile trails, having direct access to Canada. These trails are used for cross-country skiing; snow shoeing, hiking, mountain biking and sled dogs.
- Ski areas within 1/2 hour, Mt Sunapee, Pats Peak and several more within an hour.
- The Warner Historical Society is comprised of all volunteers, working hard to keep Warner's heritage alive.
- Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum - Education and Cultural Center boost 15,000 years of the history of native people.
- New Hampshire Telephone Museum - Discover over 130 years of telephone history.
- A multitude of well-known craftsmen, artists, illustrators, writers, and poets reside in Warner.
- Warner Fall Foliage Festival has been the focus of a well-organized autumn celebration for over 50 years, attracting thousands. It's awesome undertaking reveals Warner's Unique Community Spirit.
- Kearsarge Regional Schools offer excellent academics and full sports programs.
- Kearsarge Area Chamber of Commerce, promoting the economic development of the towns around Mt Kearsarge.
- Warner Statistics
Manchester - 30 minutes
Nashua - 50 minutes
Boston - 1.5 hours
Newport R.I. - 3 hours
New London - 15 minutes
Lebanon and White River Jct. - 35 minutes
Hanover - 45 minutes
Canada - 2.5 hours