Bartlett New Hampshire is a small town located in New Hampshire's White Mountains surrounded by the 780,000 acre White Mountain National Forest in the northeast part of the state. The town which includes the villages of Glen, Lower Bartlett, and Intervale has a population of around 3,000.
The Bartlett Congregational Church is located in Bartlett Village at the intersection of U.S. Route 302 and Bear Notch Road (Albany Avenue) in the primary settlement in town, with a population of around 400.
The town named for Dr. Josiah Bartlett, one of New Hampshire's three signers of the Declaration of Independence, was settled after 1769, and incorporated in 1790. Bartlett became a railroad town in 1875 when the Maine Central Railroad's Mountain Division was built. The tracks are still used today by the Conway Scenic Railroad's operation from their Victorian station in North Conway Village to Bartlett and beyond to Crawford Notch.
Today Bartlett is home to ski areas for both downhill and cross country, and a number of small family-owned lodging properties which include bed and breakfasts, country inns, and motels. A welcoming four-season destination.