Welcome to the Town of Albany New Hampshire
Welcome to the beautiful town of Albany, New Hampshire
Granted as Burton November 6, 1766 and incorporated as Albany July 2, 1833. Albany is home to the famed Mount Chocorua, claimed to be the most photographed mountain in the northeast. The town of Albany is comprised of 86% White Mountain National Forest.
Through the White Mountain National Forest is the Kancamagus Highway and the many parks and campgrounds that it possesses. One of the many famed campgrounds in Albany is the Covered Bridge Campground. The Covered Bridge itself is a prized possession to the town as it is sought out by many visitors every year.
Browse our website full of information about our town. Also, you can find applications, town ordinances, hours of operation and phone numbers.
Albany is having a 250th Birthday Party!
On Saturday evening starting at 6PM on November 5th Albany will be celebrating its 250th year, and that’s something worth celebrating. The party is at Darby Field Inn & Restaurant here in Albany. The cost is $30 per person, and that includes dinner, tax and gratuity. Seating capacity is only 50, so please make your reservations ASAP directly with Marc and Maria at the Darby Field Inn & Restaurant. Let’s make this a party to remember.
Darby Field Inn & Restaurant
185 Chase Farm Road
250th Albany Birthday Committee
Any questions call Rick Hiland 447-4833
MEMBERS WANTED!!!! The Albany Planning Board is seeking two members and alternates to serve on their board. The School Board is also looking for one member. Please contact the Selectmen’s office if you are willing to serve on one of these boards. [email protected] or 447-6038.