Chocorua is an unincorporated village in the town of Tamworth NH, nestled among mountains and lakes of pristine beauty. Mt. Chocorua is a spectacular and dramatic mountain rich in history and recreational opportunities. With Lake Chocorua at the foot of the mountain range, this natural beauty creates one of the most scenic views in New England. The village is home to the Chocorua River Dam and Park, and boasts spectacular views of its namesake, Mt Chocorua, known as the Matterhorn of the White Mountains due to its triangular summit, it is one of the most-climbed and photographed mountain peaks in the world.
The Village of Chocorua, a part of Tamworth, is centered at the intersection of routes 113 and 16, along the Chocorua River, a few miles south of Mt Chocorua, often called "The Matterhorn of the White Mountains" because of its triangular, rocky summit. Visit the Chocorua River Dam Park on Facebook and "like" the page.
Known today for its artistic, literary and religious organizations. The town of Tamworth boasts two public libraries, an art gallery, the Arts Council of Tamworth, the Tamworth History Center, the Tamworth Foundation, The Barnstormers, six churches, a distillery, winery and many resident authors, poets and artists.