New Hampshire has more than 1,200 lakes and ponds and more than 1,500 miles of streams and rivers.
The Granite State is home to the highest mountain in the Northeast, Mt. Washington, at 6,288 feet tall..
Forests cover more than 80% of the New Hampshire landscape.
The White Mountain National Forest is located in New Hampshire and contains more than 768,000 acres.
New Hampshire features 18 miles of coastline (both rocky and sandy beaches) bordering on the Atlantic Ocean.
The state’s versatile geography creates 19 different natural habitats for wildlife including alpine, pine barrens, salt marshes, coastal islands, and caves and mines below ground.