Welcome to New Hampshire trivia! New Hampshire is a beautiful state located in the Northeastern part of the United States. Known as the “Granite State”, New Hampshire is a popular destination for outdoor recreation and home to the White Mountains, one of the most visited mountain ranges in the Northeast. The state’s landscape is mostly rural and dotted with quaint small towns and lazy rivers. New Hampshire is also the site of the first Primary Election in the nation, making it an important part of the Presidential election process. Get ready to explore all of the great reasons to visit or live in New Hampshire with this fun trivia template!
1) What is the state bird of New Hampshire?
2) What is the capital city of New Hampshire?
3) What is the official state flower of New Hampshire?
4) What river forms the border between New Hampshire and Maine?
5) Who wrote the state song of New Hampshire?
6) How many counties does New Hampshire have?
7) Which mountain range lies mostly in New Hampshire?
8) What type of climate does New Hampshire experience?
9) What direction does the Connecticut River flow?
10) What is the highest point in New Hampshire?
11) Which New Hampshire lake has the longest shoreline?
12) What is the state mammal of New Hampshire?
13) Which is the largest lake in New Hampshire?
14) What is the state tree of New Hampshire?
15) When was New Hampshire admitted to the Union?
16) What is the name of the ancestor of the modern day moose which was native to New Hampshire?
17) Which mountain range in New Hampshire is known as the "Granite State"?
18) What is the name of the highest peak in New Hampshire?
19) What is the largest city in New Hampshire?
20) What is the largest lake in New Hampshire?
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