Bedford, New Hampshire

Bedford is a beautiful town in the Hillsborough County, New Hampshire and is a suburban area of Manchester, which is the largest city in the whole state. Incorporated in 1750 and named after Lord Russell, the Fourth Duke of Bedford, the town is home to many historic places and attractions such as the Pulpit Rock Conservation Area, Reeds Ferry State Forest, Benedictine Park and the Earl Legacy Park among others. Bedford is a heaven for those who seek solace in the lap of nature with beautiful forest trails and picturesque waterfalls and provides the perfect environment for those seeking outdoor activities such as bird watching and hiking.