Madbury sits on the southeastern section of New Hampshire, comprising about 7,600 acres. The Bellamy River is the only river of any size in town and, until the Bellamy dam was built, Barbadoes Pond was the town's largest body of water. The Bellamy Reservoir provides 50-60% of the City of Portsmouth's water supply. Although it is the center of an industrial area, the town itself remains rural in character. For years lumbering and agriculture were its mainstays. However, quite recently it changed to what is primarily a residential town.
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