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Goshen is located in Sullivan County between Newport and Washington on Highway 31 near Mt. Sunapee and Pillsbury State Parks.

When Goshen was first settled in 1768, it was part of Saville, now called Sunapee. But when the town, with portions of territory from Newbury, Lempster, Unity, Newport, and Sunapee, was incorporated in 1791, the name was changed to Goshen most likely because many residents had relatives in Goshen, Connecticut, and had served in the colonial regiment with other soldiers from that town.

Visitors to Goshen can explore their hiking or snowmobile trails; go hiking to the Franklin Pierce Lead Mine, where they can inspect the historic cellar holes in town; or snowshoe around Gunnison Lake or take a canoe out on this quiet lake.

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