Offering recreation at its finest. Take advantage of New Hampshire's numerous ponds, lakes, and mountains to start enjoying the beautiful outdoors. Country living at its finest.
This northern tip of New Hampshire is a vacation dream for people who love lakes, rivers, and an abundance of trees. Outdoor enthusiasts travel from far and wide to enjoy outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, boating, four-wheeling, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and downhill skiing. The tallest Mountain in New Hampshire, Mount Washington, is located in Northern New Hampshire. Festivals and other activities and attractions are plentiful in the towns of Colebrook, Columbia, Pittsburg, Lancaster, and Jefferson. Lancaster is home to The Lancaster Fair, while scenic Jefferson is home to family favorites Santa's Village and Six Gun City. Recreation galore!
The Great North Woods is an area in Northern New Hampshire that is less populated and offers many opportunities to see wildlife including moose, black bear, deer, turkey, and more. This majestic area is a must-see for nature lovers. A hunting, fishing, snowmobile, and ATV paradise. It stretches from the White Mountain National Forest and Nash Stream State Forest in eastern New Hampshire to the lakes and high peaks of Maine's Western Mountains. If peace, contentment, and nature is calling your name; this is where you need to be!
Southern New Hampshire is known for its excellent schools, low tax burden, low crime rates, affordability and quality of life. It is blessed with one of the best geographic locations in New England. Interstate 93, Route 3 and Interstate 95 provide easy access to area recreation. Many great destinations, including the mountains, ski areas, beaches and the lakes region are less than two hours away.
Scenic farm-country Jefferson, New Hampshire. The base of Mount Waumbek and home of the Waumbek Golf Course. Jefferson is also home to the famous Santa's Village amusement park. Mountainous views and rural living in its finest.
Lancaster, New Hampshire is the gateway to the scenic great north woods and the home of the Lancaster Fair.
Home to the Mount Washington Airport and the Mountain View Grand Hotel.
The White Mountains of New Hampshire not only offer some of the best views in New England, but are some of the most rugged mountains to behold. Scenic viewing, seasonal changes, skiing, climbing, and hiking are just a few of the possibilities.