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For information on tourism in New Hampshire you can contact the State tourist board at:
New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development
PO Box 1856
Concord NH 03302-1856 Telephone: +1 603 271-2665
Telephone: 800-FUN-IN-NH (386.4664) toll-free in USA/Canada
Fax: +1 603 271-6870
Lamie's Inn & Tavern - Hampton Once a welcome landmark to weary travelers on the Olde Boston Post Road. Lamie's Inn & Tavern continues today to offer gracious hospitality in the best tradition of a New England Country Inn. Hampton Beach and the blue Atlantic are only 2 miles away and sightseers will revel in the historic downtown Portsmouth, Newburyport and Strawberry Banke.
Golden Eagle Lodge - Manchester Nestled in New Hampshire's White Mountains, surrounded by majestic 4, 000 ft. peaks, the Golden Eagle Lodge has provided luxurious accommodations and outstanding service for over 10 years to vacationers from around the world. Ski, snowboard and cross country at Waterville Valley. Whether your plans include a romantic get-away for two, a family vacation or a get-together with one hundred of your closest friends or associates, the Golden Eagle Lodge will pamper you in grand style.
Hancock Inn - Hancock Since 1789, the first year of George Washington's presidency, the Hancock Inn has been in continuous operation, hosting thousands of visitors, from cattle drovers and rumrunners to aristocracy and a U.S. president. The charm of the Inn matches the charm of the Monadnock Region and Hancock where shops are unique, where every building on Main Street is listed in the Register of Historic Places and where time almost stands still.
Misty Harbor & Barefoot Beach Resort - Gilford One of the premier all-season resorts in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, Misty Harbor on beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee offers an extended beachfront with 335' of private sandy beach, basketball, tennis, volleyball on the beach, shuffleboard, horseshoes and a children's playground. In winter, cross county ski or hike on Misty Harbor's 80 acres of splendid terrain, take the shuttle to ski at Gunstock or swim in the heated indoor pool.
The Lodge at Jackson Village - Jackson The Lodge at Jackson Village is large enough to provide excellent service and small enough to get to know you personally. We take special care in making sure that each of our guests feels at home with immaculately clean and comfortable rooms. 2002 AAA Three-Diamond Evaluation reported excellent housekeeping, maintenance (2002). Enjoy the pool and tennis court in the summer, or linger and enjoy the colorful blooms of the award-winning gardens. Our favorite winter amenities include the bubbling outdoor hot tub (available year-round) and the cozy living room with fireplace.
Powder Horn Lodge & Cabins - Pittsburg Powder Horn Lodge & Cabins is located on the banks of Back Lake, offering the best in fishing, hunting, hiking and snowmobiling or just a peaceful vacation away from your everyday life. Small motorboats and Kayaks are available for rent. During the winter months, snowmobilers can enjoy beautifully groomed trails leading to Vermont, Canada and Maine. Absorb the unforgettable mountain views or cozy up by your own fireplace in the heart of snowmobile country.
New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. The state was named after the southern English county of Hampshire. It borders Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north.
In the spring, New Hampshire's many sap houses hold sugaring-off open houses. In summer, New Hampshire is home to many county fairs, the largest being the Hopkinton State Fair, in Contoocook. New Hampshire's lake region is home to many summer camps, especially around Lake Winnipesaukee, and is a popular tourist destination. The Peterborough Players have performed every summer in Peterborough, New Hampshire since 1933. In the fall New Hampshire is host to the New Hampshire Highland Games. New Hampshire has also registered an official tartan with the proper authorities in Scotland, used to make kilts worn by the Lincoln Police Department while its officers serve during the games. The fall foliage peaks in mid October. In the winter, New Hampshire's ski areas and snowmobile trails attract visitors from a wide area. After the lakes freeze over they become dotted with ice fishing ice houses, known locally as bobhouses.
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