At a gathering at the town beach below Livermore Falls Wednesday, state lawmakers will tell...READER COMMENTS: 0
Although organizers have yet to decide whether to try to break the Guinness World Record for most...READER COMMENTS: 0
Volunteers work together to help keep this hidden gem of nature looking its best.READER COMMENTS: 0
Changing attitude and latitude this weekend, Jimmy Buffett fans from across the region will meet at...READER COMMENTS: 24
PLYMOUTH – As Cuba and the United States restored full relations with each other Monday, Dr.READER COMMENTS: 17
Jim Reynolds and Chuck Carty were having a good time at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, getting...READER COMMENTS: 0
Emergency workers rescued four people over the weekend after they suffered injuries in accidents or...
A judge has ruled that while the state may do additional DNA testing in the case of Nathaniel...
An approximately 20-year-old man was taken from Lake Opechee in serious condition early Monday...
A Belmont resident has been charged with felony insurance fraud, after he allegedly filed two...
At a meeting with interested residents and supporters at the VFW Hall Thursday night, New Jersey...
The bats came back to life for Sweeney Post, and Drew Merrick delivered a pitching gem that head coach Dave Flurey said his club absolutely had to have to remain alive.READER COMMENTS: 0
Five months ago, Kyle Busch broke his left foot and fractured his right leg in the Xfinity Series Alert Today Florida 300 at Daytona International Speedway. Sunday, Busch celebrated in victory lane after winning the 5-hour Energy 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.READER COMMENTS: 1
In winning for the third time in eight starts since returning from an 11-race injury absence, Kyle Busch solidified his chances of qualifying for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup with a serendipitous victory in the 5-Hour Energy 301 at the Magic Mile.
Explore the Lakes Region
The first bridge constructed at this site was built to replace the ford, located nearly a quarter mile upstream. The ford...
According to W. Edward White in his book Covered Bridges of New Hampshire, a Captain Charles Richardson built the first covered...
This covered bridge replaces a steel and concrete bridge that was condemned by the state on River Street in Ashland. After the...
The existing structure replaced a framed trestle bridge erected here in 1891 or 1892 by the Franklin and Tilton Railroad. This...
This bridge spans the Gunstock Brook just north of the village proper in Gilford. The bridge was constructed by Tim Andrews and...
This is the fifth bridge to be located at this site. The first bridge was a crude open timber bridge, according to Town Records.
Experience beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee from the decks of the M/S Mount Washington.
Monkey Trunks is an adventure park that offers a high ropes courses and ziplining for kids of all ages.
Located in the Lakes Region in the town of Northfield, Highland Mountain Bike Park is the world's only lift access mountain...
The Libby Museum was established in 1912 and is on the registry of national historic places.
Enchanting museum that features over 5,000 dolls, 57 furnished dollhouses, a teddy-bear room, train exhibit and twelve themed...
The Museum, located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, two miles from the center of Wolfeboro near Lake Winnipesaukee features...
Every shelf in every room will bring cries of 'Oh look!' and 'I had one of those!' as the collection ranges from 1850s nesting...
Amazing series of caves and passages formed by the falling of massive boulders nearly 50,000 years ago as the third continental...
The chores and traditions of agricultural and domestic life are presented in self-guided exhibits in the museum's Visitor Center,...
If you're wild about New Hampshire wildlife, the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center is the place to visit!
Located in the center of beautiful downtown Weirs Beach. Four fantastic slides including a 75-foot drop, 110-foot dark tunnel,...
The Wright Museum is a one-of-a-kind non-profit institution dedicated to teaching present and future generations about the...
This site was the home of Dr. George Hoyt Whipple, who won the Nobel Prize for Medicine.
The railroad takes visitors along Meredith Bay an offers spectacular views of Lake Winnipesaukee.
A three acre garden at western vista of The Holderness Inn.
Hampshire Pewter offers free guided tours of the factory, where the fine art of hand casting pewter is practiced.
Gunstock has everything from mountain biking, in-line skating, and mountainboarding to paddleboats and kayaks. It also has a...
Funspot is the largest arcade in the world with over 500 games for all ages.
Services are held each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. from the end of June until the beginning of September.
The incredible beauty of the Ossipee Mountains and sweeping views of Lake Winnipesaukee surrounds the historic "Lucknow Estate,"...
The Belknap Mill is the oldest unaltered brick textile mill in America and the official meetinghouse of New Hampshire, featuring...
Barnstormers Theatre is a 282 seat building situated in the center of Tamworth.
The Ashland Railroad Society Museum was opened in 1999.
State Parks and Beaches
Some of the best swimming in the White Mountain region can be found in 140-acre White Lake State Park in Tamworth.
Madison Boulder is the largest known erratic in New England, and among the largest in the world. Madison Boulder is a huge...
Cardigan State Park spans 5,655 acres and is an excellent area for hiking. A mountain road leads to trails on the west slope of...
Ahern State Park spans 128 acres, with 3,500 feet of shoreline on Lake Winnisquam. Activites in the park include fishing,...
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Endicott Rock may be the oldest public monument in New England.
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