Cities and Towns / Pepperell
The small town of Pepperell is situated 35 miles northwest of Boston in rolling hill country at the junction of the Nissitissit and Nashua Rivers adjacent to the New Hampshire border. Pepperell is home to the only traditional covered bridge in the area. The town is known for its trout fishing which brings pleasure to Pepperell residents and visitors alike. Each fall the town is host to the Pepperell Fall Classic Soccer Tournament that draws participants from the surrounding New England States.
TransportationHighways: State Route 119, 113, and 111
Schools and EducationNashoba Valley Technical High SchoolNorth Middlesex Regional High SchoolNissitissit Middle SchoolVarnum Brook Elementary School Squannacook Early Childhood CenterMaple Dene and Moppet School
Additional InfoTown Hall: 978-433-0339Fire Department: 978-433-2113Police Department: 978-433-2424www.town.pepperell.ma.us
Incorporated in: 1775Population: 11,497Total Area: 23.2 sq. milesLand Area: 22.6 sq. milesDensity: 495.6 per sq. mileMedian Household Income: $82,055Median household Size: 2.89