New Hampshire Route 109

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New Hampshire Route 109 marker

New Hampshire Route 109

Map of eastern New Hampshire with NH 109 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by NHDOT
Length: 41.0 mi[1] (66.0 km)
Major junctions
South end: SR 109 in Acton, ME
  NH 16 in Wakefield
NH 25 in Moultonborough
North end: NH 113 in Center Sandwich
Location
Counties: Carroll
Highway system

New Hampshire Routes

NH 108 NH 110

New Hampshire Route 109 (abbreviated NH 109) is a 41.0-mile (66.0 km) long north–south highway in Carroll County, New Hampshire. It runs southeast from Sandwich to the Maine border.

The northern terminus of NH 109 is at New Hampshire Route 113 in the village of Center Sandwich in the Lakes Region. The eastern terminus is at the Maine state line in the town of Wakefield, where the road continues as Maine State Route 109, heading toward the town of Acton.

Major junctions[edit]

The entire route is in Carroll County.

Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Wakefield 0.0 0.0 SR 109 south MaineNew Hampshire line
5.2 8.4 NH 153 south (Wakefield Road) Southern end of NH 109/NH 153 concurrency
5.4 8.7 NH 153 north (Wakefield Road) Village of Sanbornville
Northern end of NH 109/NH 153 concurrency
6.2 10.0 NH 16 (White Mountain Highway)
Wolfeboro 15.2 24.5 NH 28 north Northern end of NH 28/NH 109 concurrency
17.9 28.8 NH 109A north (Elm Street) Southern terminus of NH 109A
18.4 29.6 NH 28 south (South Main Street) Southern end of NH 28/NH 109 concurrency
Tuftonboro 27.5 44.3 NH 109A south (Middle Road) Northern terminus of NH 109A
Moultonborough 33.7 54.2 NH 171 east (Old Mountain Road) Western terminus of NH 171
35.9 57.8 NH 25 east (Whittier Highway) Eastern end of NH 25/NH 109 concurrency
36.5 58.7 NH 25 west (Whittier Highway) Western end of NH 25/NH 109 concurrency
Sandwich 41.0 66.0 NH 113 (Maple Street/Main Street) Northern terminus of NH 109
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Suffixed routes[edit]

New Hampshire Route 109A
Location: Wolfeboro-Tuftonboro
Length: 8.72 mi[1] (14.03 km)

New Hampshire Route 109A (abbreviated NH 109A) is an 8.72-mile (14.03 km) long north–south highway in Carroll County, New Hampshire. The road splits off from New Hampshire Route 109, runs southeast roughly parallel to NH 109, and rejoins NH 109 again. The northern section of NH 109A is locally named Middle Road. The southern section is locally named Pine Hill Road.

The northern terminus of NH 109A is at NH 109 in Tuftonboro. The southern terminus is in Wolfeboro at New Hampshire Route 28 and NH 109.

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