Town Name: Bloomfield
Area: 40.5 SQ MILES
Brief History: The town was originally settled in 1798 with the name Minehead. In 1830, an act from the state General Assembly changed the name of the town to Bloomfield.
General Area Info: Bloomfield is on the New Hampshire border, just across the Connecticut River from North Stratford. The highest point in the town is 2,470 feet along the northeast boundary. Although much of the town’s land is at a high elevation, most of the population is concentrated along the river at a lower elevation.
Attractions:Lyman Falls State Park
Recreational Activities: Fishing, Canoeing, Kayaking, Camping, Bird Watching, Cross-Country Skiing, Hunting, Snowshoeing
- A weather station in the town along the Connecticut River near Lyman Falls was open from 1906 to 1968.
- In 2009, Bloomfield set a record for low temperature in New England at -50 degrees Fahrenheit
- K-8: Choice
- High School: Choice
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