The population on Rumney is about 1500 people and it is located at the southern edge of the White Mountain National Forest.
The town of Rumney has a total area of 42.6 square miles, of which 41.7 square miles is land and 0.9 square miles is water. Yes that is correct, water, if you are looking for a nice home on a quiet lot near the water you can find it here on The Baker River or on beautiful Stinson Lake. We do offer Real Estate listings on the Baker River and homes for sale on Stinson Lake.
The highest point in Rumney is 2,960 feet on the southern slope of Carr Mountain. The Baker River flows from west to east through the center of the town.
The town of Rumney contains several smaller villages. Rumney village, Rumney Depot, The village of Stinson Lake, and West Rumney.
Rumney is home to the "Polar Caves", which are well known for their geological views and glowing rock formations. It is located along Route 25.
Rumney Rocks! Yes you can even rock climb in Rumney!
Rumney Rocks is located between Rumney village and West Rumney.
The majority of the climbing is found on the numerous small cliff faces on the south face of Rattlesnake Mountain, much of which lies within the White Mountain National Forest.
Contact a Granite Group Agent today for more information about Rumney and the Real Estate for sale in the area of Rumney, The Baker River and Stinson Lake.