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!
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Franklin and Tilton Steeped in history and located at the convergence of the Pemigewasset and Winnipesaukee Rivers, and at the headwaters of the Merrimack River, the city of Franklin has lots to do for visitors of all ages. Neighboring Tilton adds a lot to the...read more
Lake Sunapee Region With three lighthouses along its 18 miles of shoreline, Lake Sunapee is the state’s sixth-largest lake, though many fans think it is the best lake in the Granite State. The lake sits at the base of some the state’s best recreational trails, below...read more
Great Biking Trails - The Northern Rail Trail spans 58 miles in Grafton and Merrimack counties and is the longest rail-trail in New Hampshire, making for great biking. This trail uses the right-of-way of the Boston and Maine Railroad’s former Northern Line and is...read more
Newfound Lake Area Newfound Lake, once rated among the cleanest lakes in the country because of its depth and spring-fed nature, is still among the nation’s cleanest water bodies, a fact that can be seen by the naked eye. Dozens of feet off shore, the sandy bottom is...read more
Lakes Region of New Hampshire Wolfeboro Besides being the oldest summer resort town in America, a quaint lakeside community, and a primary stop of the M/S Mount Washington, Wolfeboro is loved for its downtown shops, its many trails and beaches, and the home of several...read more
Unique Ways Celebrate Mother's Day Weekend 12th Annual Canterbury Shaker Village XC5K Saturday, May 11th, 2019 10am : registration begins at 8:30. Proceeds benefit educational programs at the village. Run or walk the course, which is totally unpaved and total...read more
Lakes Region “Firsts”! New Hampshire’s Lakes Region has been first many times in history. - The Lakes Region is credited with hosting the first organized youth summer camp. Ernest Balch opened Camp Chocorua on Chocorua Island on Big Squam Lake in 1881. - Lake...read more
FAMILY FUN AT THE FARM! Remick Farm –Tamworth Village - http://www.remickmuseum.org Preserving the past to educate the future! Moulton Farm –Meredith - https://www.moultonfarm.com/ Garden Center – Corn Maze – Seasonal Fun! Beans and Greens –Gilford -...read more
One of New Hampshire’s oldest pastimes is making maple syrup. Maple sugaring season is usually six weeks long, producing almost 124,000 gallons of maple syrup a year. Maple trees are tapped by drilling a hole into the maple tree and inserting a spicket...read more
Live Entertainment in Lakes Region The Lakes Region music and live entertainment scene have something for everyone. From local artists, legendary music performers, and theater productions, to the unique entertainment... like acting bears! Local and live artists fill...read more
The Lakes Region of NH offers plenty of gal pal getaway options. The Lakes Region is one of the best places to plan a weekend “girls only” getaway. The area provides getaway itineraries that will tune in to any gal pal wish list. The best part is, the shopping is...read more
Lakes Region Attempts a Halloween World Record The Lakes Region Tourism Association welcomes everyone to visit the Lakes Region of New Hampshire for the Pumpkin Festival October 13th - 14th. During this two-day event, there will be lots to see and do in downtown...read more