With the charm of rural life, Auburn is considered by many to be Southern New Hampshire's best kept secret. The rolling hills of Auburn surround the serene Lake Massabesic, providing residents and travelers a breathtaking view everyday.
A small community of less than 5,500 residents, the town of Auburn holds dearly its small town traditions. Whether gathered for old fashioned fun at the annual duck race and family picnic, lining the streets downtown to watch the Labor Day Parade, or gathering to debate issues at the Annual Town Meeting, many residents enjoy taking part in the community spirit.
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Auburn provides several seasonal recreational activities. A stones throw from the lake is a small ice skating rink that is often frequented by children learning how to skate or practice their hockey moves. Even adults have been known to don their skates for a romantic afternoon of skating hand in hand. The lake is accessible at many points in town for boating and fishing. The Massabesic Park provides a breathtaking view of the lake as it opens out towards the hills of Auburn.
Because the love of nature and the outdoors is a cornerstone in Auburn, it seems fitting the Massabesic Audubon Society has also found its home here. Auburn Society offers year round programs for adults, children, and families. The town has its own Mother's Club, multiple playgrounds, and athletic fields.
While the town is small, the children of Auburn enjoy many wholesome activities similar to kids growing up in the city, without the chaos and dangers of city life. Scouts are popular here for boys and girls and sports are a part of many children's days. The Little League is very active with a well tended sport field supported by town volunteers. The town also provides recreational basketball and soccer leagues for elementary and middle school aged kids.