So many beautiful places. So many fun and exciting things to do. As the spring arrives, this list will grow and become more detailed.

  • Canterbury Shaker Village

    commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Syrup_Shop,_Canterbury_Shaker_Village.JPGMAConway123 Canterbury Shaker Village is dedicated to preserving the 200-year legacy of the Canterbury Shakers and to providing a place for learning, reflection, and renewal of the human spirit. Visitors are encouraged to learn about the life, ideals, values, and history of the Canterbury Shakers through tours, programs, ...

  • Castle in the Clouds

    Welcome to Tom and Olive Plant’s mountaintop estate, Lucknow, built in 1913-1914 high in the Ossipee Mountain Range. Known as Castle in the Clouds since its opening to the public in 1959, the house is an unusual example of Arts and Crafts architecture in New England, expressing that aesthetic movement’s philosophy of ...

  • Clark’s Trading Post

    photo clarkstradingpost.com/ The Clark Family, our talented performers and dedicated staff have been welcoming White Mountain travelers for over eighty years. We take great pride in all we do. From our meticulously maintained grounds to our first-class entertainment offerings, we guarantee honest family fun at an amazing value. Let our family ...

  • Discover Squam Cruise

    This unforgettable guided tour has something to delight everyone. Learn about the natural history of the lake, the wildlife that makes Squam so special, and the people who have enjoyed these lakes for over 5,000 years. View locations where the movie On Golden Pond was filmed over 30 years ago. Watch for Common ...

  • Franconia Falls

    Franconia Falls Trail is a 6.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Lincoln, New Hampshire that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to ...

  • Kayak the Pemi

    Kayak the Pemi

  • Lake Explorers Family Cruise

    Lake Explorers Family Cruise

  • Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves

    photo Bryn Pinzgauer, Flickr Creative Commons The Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves, located in New Hampshire’s Kinsman Notch in the White Mountains, is a land of spectacular beauty forged by the powerful forces of water, wind, weather, and time. The shaping of Kinsman Notch and the surrounding mountains began ...

  • Polar Caves Park

    The Polar Caves took shape during the last Ice Age as the last continental glacier rolled over what is now New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Polar Caves offers a welcome environment that allows you to explore at your own pace, to experience nature and plug into your inner explorer. photo www.polarcaves.com/ ...

  • Quincy Bog Natural Area

    Quincy Bog Natural Area is a modest-sized, well-managed wetlands. Boardwalks and well-groomed paths lead through and around the bog where you and your family can explore the environment. There is a lot of wildlife, and many plants are labelled. The wooden-plank boardwalks over the muddy areas are fun and easy ...

  • Remick Country Doctor Museum

    Discover four seasons of healthful, farm-fresh experiences. Feel as though you’ve stepped back in time as we blend the past with the present to share the rich history of two country doctors and their village homestead.The only country doctor museum in New England—one of only three in the United States, Remick ...

  • Squam Lakes Science Center

    Visit the Calendar of Events here. photo www.nhnature.org The mission of Squam Lakes Natural Science Center is to advance understanding of ecology by exploring New Hampshire’s natural world. Through spectacular live animal exhibits, natural science education programs, an informal public garden, and lake cruises, the Science Center has educated and enlightened visitors since ...

  • The Basin

    The Basin, New Hampshire Franconia Notch area _ Peter Rivera _ Flickr creative commons The Basin, a 30-foot-wide, 15-foot-deep bowl hewn from a torrent of rushing water pouring down the face of a granite cliffs, is a geological masterpiece. Dating back to the Ice Age when a pebble, carried in a ...

  • The Flume Gorge

    The Flume is a naturally occuring gorge that extends over 800 feet below Mount Liberty. The granite walls stand up to 90 feet high. The gorge is as narrow as 12 feet to 20 feet wide. A path leads from the Visitor’s Center, through the Flume, and ...

  • The Hobo Railroad

    Ride along the Pemigewassett River for an eighty-minute trip in vintage railroad passenger cars. The Hobo Railroad is ideal for families. Journey through the forests along the twised Pemi river at the bottom of Franconia Notch, with on-board entertainment for the kids ...

  • The Meredith Sculpture Walk

    www.greatermeredithprogram.com/sculpture-walk.html The Meredith Sculpture Walk is a celebration of outdoor sculpture featuring juried artists from across the United States. It features dozens of works along Main Street in Meredith, in gardens at Mill Falls Marketplace, and in parks along beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee. The annual walking exhibit is ...

  • Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad

    TRY OUR LAKESIDE RIDE! You can get onboard at our Meredith Station or if you choose, our Weirs Beach Station. photo by Kayak the Rockies on Flickr, Creative Commons WINNIPESAUKEE SCENIC RAILROAD located in the heart of the Lakes Region in central New Hampshire We offer one and two-hour excursions along the ...