Belknap County is located in the central part of the state. The county seat is Laconia.
The population in 2000 was 56,325. The largest towns are Laconia, Gilford, and Belmont.
Belknap is bordered by Carroll County to the north, Strafford County to the east, Merrimack County to the south, and Grafton County to the west.

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Belknap County Democrats
News and information about Democratic candidates, elected officials and events for the county and Idaho.
Belknap County NHGenWeb
Features mailing list, message boards, links to county and state resources, and a list of historical societies in the county.
Belknap County Register of Deeds
Search records, rates and fees, FAQ, and contact information.
Belknap County Restorative Justice
Belknap County agency offers an alternative approach to dealing with juvenile crime. Provides description of procedure, referral process, volunteer opportunities, and contact information.
Belknap County, New Hampshire
Profiles departments and services. Includes a virtual tour, links and resources.
The Political Graveyard: Belknap County, N.H.
Database provides political history, cemetery locations, and brief biographies of politicians who were born, lived or died in the county.
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