It's always interesting to hear people's thoughts on New Hampshire, whether they're lifelong locals, new residents, or visiting tourists.

In the past, we've talked about things that shock people after moving to New Hampshire, what people say when they hear you're from New Hampshire, and even things you should never do in New Hampshire. These conversations made it clear that there are countless things only us locals can understand and relate to, and these experiences help bring us together.

Recently, this writer asked the good people of Facebook a question concerning New Hampshire's most underrated towns.

Scattered throughout the Granite State are 200+ towns, many of which are bigger and/or more noteworthy on paper compared others. But what about the ones that don't get the hype they deserve? Maybe there's a rural community with a teeny-tiny population that happens to boast spectacular scenic views. Perhaps another town has a hidden gem mom-and-pop restaurant that serves amazing eats and has been kept a local secret. Or maybe there's an inexplicable charm to your city that you just can't put into words.

Whatever the reason, the question of New Hampshire's most underrated towns remains extremely subjective. So when our readers commented their thoughts, we couldn't help but agree with some answers...and disagree with others. But now, we'll let you be the judge. Let's count down the state's 10 most underrated towns, according to locals.

The 10 Most Underrated Towns in New Hampshire Are Worth Exploring

We asked our audience to share what they believe to be New Hampshire's most underrated towns. These places were mentioned the most.

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Be sure to scroll to the bottom to see what town was deemed the best according to Granite Staters.

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