Summer Life in New Hampshire | Where the Lakes meet the Mountains

Among the classic American vacation spots, it doesn’t get much better than summer in New Hampshire. Within a short drive, a diversity of richly scenic and sublimely rustic destinations await you and your family.

Weirs Beach features a long, ambling boardwalk and an abundance of land-bound family attractions like bumper cars, mini-golf, penny arcades, vintage train rides, and go karts. But this is where Lake Winnipesaukee begins, after all, the water is the central lure here, so there’s no shortage of aquatic options, including scenic cruises, ferries and boat rentals, fishing, skiing, exploring or visiting your favorite restaurant by boat..

Gunstock Ski Area is a popular spot for hiking and summer social events. Ziplining is an especially popular and thrilling pastime in the warmer months. But watch out – it can easily become your new favorite thing.

The timeless Rockwellian charm of Wolfeboro has made it a favorite vacation spot of Kurt Vonnegut, the Prince and Princess of Monaco and French President Nicolas Sarkozy. The romantic atmosphere owes much to its rich colonial history, providing a warm backdrop for distinctive dining and shopping opportunities, great strolls along the waterfront where many surprises await. Like Wolfe’s Tavern, established in 1812. Wolfeboro is actually the Oldest Summer Resort in the US.

The highest peak in the Northeastern United States, Mount Washington’s summit offers breathtaking vistas of the surrounding White Mountain National forest and extreme winds have been recorded at the summit.

There are many ways to get here, and many more ways to explore: Hiking, Cog Railroad, cycling. Another option you can just set up a tent and wait for the stars to appear for their spectacular evening show. Whatever you do, don’t forget to bring your camera.

The railroads of yesteryear are just part of a warm and friendly culture in Conway that embraces its past and enjoys sharing with visitors so much of what makes this region so great. From the delightful boutiques to child-friendly attractions like Santa’s Village and Story Land, this is a magical spot you can’t miss.

Nestled cozily at the southernmost point of Lake Winnipesaukee, Alton Bay was established 275 years ago, and this is truly God’s country… If you like water, mountains and nature you will be home in the lakes region.. But that’s probably true of wherever you go in New Hampshire… Call us you might want to make New Hampshire your home . Where the lakes meet the mountains.

Contact the Lady of the Lake Team today! 1-888-737-5550

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