Upon entering Eaton you’ll find a small town that includes the village of Snowville and if you've ever passed through Eaton Village or Snowville Village you know how charming of a New England style village it is.
The village of Snowville is named for the Snow family, who started a sawmill there in 1825 and sleighs, appropriately so, were once built in Snowville. Truly classic surroundings highlight the scenery as the windy road passes Conway Lake on the northern boundary and the shoreline of beautiful Crystal Lake leading to King Pine Ski Area. Residents of the town have beach rights to Crystal Lake and enjoy the serene surroundings year round. Eaton, NH offers wonderful outdoor activities like hiking, skiing, nearby golf.
Eaton consists of many different styles of 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom homes. Named for Theophilis Eaton, the town was created and incorporated in 1760. Eaton is bounded on the east by the Maine state line. The "Little White Church" is a town landmark. "Waukeela," a camp for girls, has been in Eaton for almost 85 years. Its setting is 45 acres on beautiful Crystal Lake.