Welcome
to
New Hampshire

Saco River
Autumn in New Hampshire
Mount Washington in Winter

From the Merrimack Valley to the Great North Woods, New Hampshire has plenty to offer to keep anybody in your party happy. The Lakes/White Mountains Regions are home to many popular tourist attractions, including Weirs Beach and the Mount Washington Auto Road. Nascar enthusiasts can enjoy a race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, and the shoppers will love the Settlers' Green Outlet Village in North Conway.

 

Dalton Bridge


Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee

Year-round outdoor recreation is what can be found around Lake Sunapee. In the summer months you'll find people swimming, fishing and boating at Mount Sunapee State Park, and the winter months bring alpine skiing at Mount Sunapee Resort. For a scenic trip, drive up to Cornish to see the historic Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge.


Berlin New Hampshire

Great North Woods

Calling all nature lovers! The Great North Woods region of New Hampshire is full of opportunity for wildlife viewing. The last 12 miles of Route 3 between Pittsburgh, NH and the Canadian border is referred to as Moose Alley, and you have a great chance at seeing these wonderful creatures along that route. This region is full of waterways and forests, and is the perfect environment for outdoor enthusiasts to hike, boat, hunt and fish, among many other recreational activities.


Lake Winnipesaukee

Lakes Region

The Lakes Region of New Hampshire is full of just that… lakes (and ponds). There are 273 of them to be exact, the most notable of which is Lake Winnipesaukee, at a massive 72 square miles. There’s more than just swimming, boating and jetskiing in this region though. There are also endless campgrounds to stay at, and a lot of them have enough activities to keep the whole family busy, without the need for ever leaving during your stay. If fun is what you’re looking for, then look no further. There are plenty of adventure parks, amusements and museums all just a short drive away between here and the White Mountains.


New Hampshire International Speedway


Merrimack Valley

The Merrimack Valley region is rich in culture, housing many museums and centers for the arts, such as the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, and the Canterbury Shaker Village in Canterbury. Also in Concord, you can visit the Museum of New Hampshire History, which has constantly changing exhibitions.


Mount Monadnock



Monadnock Region

Spend a day leisurely driving through the countryside, taking in the sights as you tour the seven covered bridges the Monadnock Region has to offer. For the outdoors enthusiasts, take a hike up Mount Monadnock, which the region is named for.


Star Island Chapel


Seacoast Region

Ride the waves in the wave pool or sail down the slides at Water Country, in Portsmouth. Also in the area, you can explore American history when you visit the Strawberry Banke Museum. Spend a summer day at Hampton Beach, where you can also catch a free concert and fireworks display.


Mount Washington Hotel

White Mountains

Fun, fun fun! That’s what the kids will be saying when you take a family vacation to the White Mountains region of New Hampshire. From Santa’s Village for the little ones to scenic train and gondola rides to the classic Clark’s Trading Post that the whole family will enjoy, there are so many sights to be seen, you’ll have to come back for years to see and do it all. Attitash and Loon Mountain are both great for recreational activities such as skiing and mountain biking, but each also have so many things to do aside from that. There are the Alpine Slide and Mountain Coaster at Attitash, and ziplining at the Aerial Forest Adventure Park at Loon Mountain.


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