Lakes Region of NH Features - Fun places to visit and things to do on your NH Vacation
Lakes Region of New Hampshire Features – Stories, ideas and fun places to visit! What to do, where to stay, and what makes the Lakes Region so special!
Welcome to the Lakes Region of New Hampshire features page, your source for all of the fun places to visit and exciting things to do on your New England family vacation in the Lakes Region. Feel free to browse our feature stories for great ideas, events and inspiration when planning your next family getaway. Have an idea for a Lakes Region of New Hampshire features story you’d like to learn more about? A great list of fun places? A Lakes Region topic that you’d like to see featured on our site? CLICK HERE!
Winter in the Lakes Region offers a wide range of outdoor activities and events. Downhill skiing, snowboarding, tubing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and Snowmobiling are just the beginning. When the temperatures drop and lakes and ponds freeze a whole new...read more
10+ Ways to “Leaf Peep” in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire! Driving / Boating / Dining / Zipping / Golfing / Apple Picking… find YOUR favorite here: The scenery in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire is always beautiful, but during the fall it becomes a lot more...read more
Farms and Educational Centers NH’s Agriculture, Farmer’s Markets, and Fruit Stands Farms - Beans and Greens Farm is a family owned and operated farm in Gilford, NH. They are a local friendly one-stop shop for fresh veggies, fruits, local meats, baked goods,...read more
This year marks the 95th Laconia Motorcycle Week, A tradition that has certainly piled up a lot of stories and interesting characters along the way. Check out Lance Blais's Story During Motorcycle Week Visit Clark's Trading Post on Saturday, June 9th, for one of...read more
Squam Lake The Squam Lakes region of New Hampshire is an ideal outdoor and recreational travel destination, especially for those who like a more back-to-nature setting. For many locals and summer visitors, Big Squam Lake and Little Squam Lake were among the state’s...read more
Greater Concord Area New Hampshire’s state capitol is more than a government center. Concord offers visitors a wealth of information about the Granite State, as well as historical buildings, museums and information centers that detail life in the city back to the...read more
Laconia and Gilford Known as The City on The Lake, Laconia continues to grow in its role as the Lakes Region’s home city, and its ever-popular Weirs Beach section on Lake Winnipesaukee and attractions in neighboring Gilford with Beans and Greens, and Gunstock Mountain...read more
Weirs Beach There is so much history in this region. Tourists have been coming to the Weirs Beach area since 1948. The Boston, Concord and Montreal railroads reached Weirs Beach, making is easily accessible to New Englanders. In 1849, a shrewd business move to...read more
Greater Plymouth Area The Greater Plymouth Area, which lies at the base of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, is one of the state’s primary education communities thanks to its centerpiece, Plymouth State University. PSU is enjoyed by students and visitors with the...read more
Waterville Valley Waterville Valley, which lies in the woods to the east of Interstate 93’s exit in Campton, is a town of 260 people that was incorporated in 1829. But many locals say Waterville Valley really came to be in 1966, when Waterville Valley Resort and its...read more
Greater Meredith Area Meredith is a quaint picturesque village on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee. The town, which is also called “the heart of the Lakes Region,” has always been much more than a travel stop. Hosting one of the area’s most celebrated and...read more
The Ossipee Region Ossipee is a small community with lots of big natural attractions, like Ossipee Lake and the Ossipee Mountains. The ten peaks in the Ossipee Mountain Range, which is northeast of Lake Winnipesaukee, are the remains of an ancient volcano. Hiking and...read more