Charlestown is a small town of Sullivan County in the U.S. State of New Hampshire. The State Forest of Hubbard is located here.
With a total area of about 98 sq. miles, Charlestown is elevated at a height of about 385 ft. from the ground level. There are some famous buildings listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Some notable people of the area are J. Broderick, J. Glidden and R. Metcalf. Most of the local residents are primarily engaged with the service industry like tourism, while trade and commerce is also developped with a number of stores and shops in the vicinity.