Dover is nestled between the mountains and the ocean. The community is close to many popular destinations such as the University of New Hampshire, Pease International Tradeport and harbors a local airport. The city is a short drive to the Port of New Hampshire, the state's only deep water port. Portsmouth is scene to industrial barges escorted by tugs, importing and exporting goods to and from the Granite State. The city is a great area for commuters because of its close proximity to the metropolitan area of Boston. It is less than an hour's drive to Boston's Logan International Airport. In addition, there is easy access to rail and highway transportation routes.
The quality of life in Dover is unmatched. The city is like to other and boasts an exceptional school system, outstanding parks and recreation services, as well as premier medical facilities. The downtown area reflects the city's mill heritage. The Cochecho River graces the banks of the downtown. Members of the community hustle by on shopping or business trips.