Nestled on the edge of the White Mountain National Forest, Rumney, New Hampshire is a town that is small in population but large in personality. With the rustic views of the northeastern United States as the backdrop, Rumney has a history that is older than the country itself. As the settlers founded the land, they found it was rich with potential industry and manufacturing opportunities. The rivers and streams like the Baker River connect the past with the present in a duality that is not lost on those who visit. Though the landscape and technology has changed, Rumney remains highly connected to its roots while still making a name in modernity.