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FOX 25 ZIP TRIP COMES TO DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE – ZIP CODE: 03038 – Friday, July 10th – MacGregor Park – 64 East Broadway

Derry is a historic and scenic town located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, just an hour from the White Mountains, Boston, and the seacoast.

As of the 2010 US Census, the population of Derry was 33,109 people. In June of 2015, the average annual selling price of a single-family home was $250,107. The average for a condo was $126,642, and the average annual selling price for a multi-family in Derry, NH was $215,100.

A friendly destination, Derry is home to Galliens Town Beach, a gated waterfront area on Beaver Lake open to residents and their guests. It offers the residents of Derry a beautiful place to cool off, swim, fish, picnic, kayak, canoe, and launch non-motorized boats. The Don Ball Park Splashpad is another great family destination, as are Hood Park and Alexander-Carr Park, which is also known by residents as”the sledding hill” after the beautiful foliage of New Hampshire makes way for the annual winter wonderland.

The downtown area in Derry is lined with quaint shops and cool restaurants, including a beloved 50’s throwback diner complete with a “wall of fame” lined with photos of the many famous faces that have stopped in.

Among the schools in town, is Derry’s High School, Pinkerton Academy, which is distinguished among high schools for its blend of modern and historic facilities, boasting state-of-art technology in every classroom.

Many influential people have called Derry home including America’s favorite poet, Robert Frost, America’s first man in space, Alan Shepard, and the original milkman himself, H.P. Hood.