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New Hampshire Regions

Discover & Explore New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a diverse state of seven (7) regions offering a variety of travel destinations. Travel throughout the state and discover all that New Hampshire has to offer from its rich history, classic quintessential New England towns, natural picturesque beauty of scenic forests, river valleys, lakes & mountains, traditions of proud heritage, and that "Live Free or Die" spirit.

The wonderful beauties of the state of New Hamsphire are the diverse regions and what each area has to offer.

The Far North

Looking to escape and unplug leaving civilization behind? Look no further than the Great North Woods. Known for its natural beauty, outdoor recreation, and wildlife habitat you won't be disappointed for a lack of adventure. Nestled south of the Canadian border, the pristine wilderness which leaves civilization behind is only a three hour drive from Boston.

Find a cozy cabin for resting, a lake for fishing, a hiking trail to see those vistas, and a place for your ATV or snowmobile to endulge in some wild outdoor fun. Come and explore the great outdoors! Don't forget your camera. "Moose Alley" is the stretch of Route 3 between Pittsburg, New Hampshire and the Canadian border where you will bound to run into one.

All About The Whites

Discover the beauty and explore the outdoors for all ages!
From hiking the White Mountains, spending family time at one of our family attractions, to outdoor fun with the ziplines or a day skiing at one of our resorts.

The Kancamagus Highway is a breathtaking drive that cuts through the 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest with plenty of scenic overlooks. The White Mountains offer some of the highest mountain peaks in the Northeast. If you are here in autumn, be sure to check out the specatcular fall foliage on your drive.

Most of New Hampshire's 48 peaks that exceed 4,000 feet are in the White Mountains Region. Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern United States at 6,288 feet. You can reach the top in your own vehicle or get aboard the Cog Railway which remains a tradition for nearly 150 years since its first ascent.

Heading For The Water

Life around water! Explore New Hampshire's water region of boating, fishing, paddleboarding, and swimming. Our largest lake, Lake Winnipesaukee, covering a shoreline of 180-miles offers a variety of activities for everyone. From Weirs Beach to Meredith, Moultonborough, and Wolfeboro, you'll be sure to experience a trip filled with a boardwalk, train ride, beaches, boating, shopping, horseback riding, and hiking. Closeby is Squam Lake, our second largest in size offering plenty of accomodations, lodging, and wildlife activities. Come and experience a family-fun trip of amusements and fun to remember!

Scenery & Arts

Artists to local writers and painters. Antiques to organic farms and quaint towns. Picturesque beauty of a New Hampshire landscape to remind those who live and visit of a quintessential New England lifestyle.

Entertainment Abounds

Exploring the arts from city to city! Our major cities of Manchester, Nashua and Concord have a lot to offer. You'll find many attractions, historical spots, nature activities, and arts & cultural landmarks. As diverse as our state ranges we also satisfy those looking for fine dining, extravagant shopping and even nightlife hotpots.

Down By the Ocean

Unwind, relax, and see the shore! Our 13 miles of shore or 18 miles if you count our islands truly adds a spectaular balance of why we in New Hamsphire call this state our home. Portsmouth which is the best-value urban destination on the New England coast is a historical gem. Visitors looking for cultural attractions, museums, and historic sites will also find fine dining and a variety of boutique and specialty shops.

Out of Sight

Nestled within the mountains and hills! Finding a place to escape from the city is just a short drive. Offering a cultural variety of arts and outdoor recreation is right around the corner. You can experience skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, picnicking, hiking, biking, fishing, boating, swimming, and so much more.

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