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You can enjoy New Hampshire at any time of year. Visit a sugar shack and score great deals on lodging during Maple Sugaring season. Relax by the lake or hike through the white mountains in summer. Go apple picking with a backdrop of gorgeous fall foliage. Hit the slopes and the shops during your winter vacation. Any time of the year can be the best time to visit New Hampshire!

Spring Video Spring in New Hampshire
The mercury may be rising but room rates are still low, which makes spring the perfect time to get away. Our innkeepers will spoil you with breakfasts smothered in local maple syrup.

And after a day of exploring, shopping or spring skiing, you'll have every reason to indulge in a spa treatment or sample some classic New England cuisine. Come experience spring in New Hampshire.

Summer Video Summer in New Hampshire
Summer in New Hampshire means classic family vacations, time together enjoying the beach, canoeing on the lakes or roasting marshmallows around the campfire.

Summer also means romantic getaways at historic Inns, or challenging yourself on mountain trails. Come experience summer in New Hampshire, and enjoy this season in all its glory.

Harvest Video Harvest in New Hampshire
Trees glowing with vibrant colors. Orchards overflowing with ripe fruit ready for picking. Harvest time is here and New Hampshire is the perfect place to experience the season.

Whether you're looking for a relaxing lakeside getaway, a week of antiquing and outlet shopping or a fun-filled road trip adventure, autumn in New Hampshire is an experience you won't want to miss.

Winter Video Winter in New Hampshire
The holidays are a time to reconnect with family, friends and loved ones. And what better place to come together than New Hampshire, New England's authentic winter wonderland.

Choose your perfect holiday tree at one of our tree farms, get all of your holiday shopping done at one of our outlet centers, or simply spend an evening sipping hot cocoa beside a crackling fire at one of our many charming inns.

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