Pelham, NH, home of the Pythons, is part of New Hampshire's Hillsborough County. The population of Pelham is 12,897 as of the most recent census. Pelham has an elementary school, middle school, and high school. It is also home to Muldoon Park located on Mammoth Rd. that can be used free of cost.
Settled in 1722, Pelham is a traditional New England town with opportunities for the whole family. Tots Soccer is offered for kids ages 3-5 as well as a very active senior center in the town. Pelham is also one of the New Hampshire towns that holds their own Old Home Day celebrations, which has events for the whole family. Old Home Day is very well attended in Pelham and sponsored by the First Congregational Church.
Pelham holds true to their historical roots while also implementing new traditions, including a volunteer group called, Pelham Community Spirit, which keeps the community tight-knit. Pelham is known for their concerts on the green where they bring local bands to play outside at the town common.
Pelham has miles of protected trails in the town as well as multiple bodies of water, which provides an abundance of outdoor recreational activities. Pelham's community leaders are determined to make the town a leader in education and other civic areas.