New Hampshire is home to some of the best adventures in New England. Find out which adventure you should experience in New Hampshire.
Relaxing on vacation just isn’t your thing. Don’t worry, New Hampshire’s high peaks, miles and miles of trails, and soaring mountain views are sure to keep even the most adventurous traveler busy. Our hikes are legendary, including 48 4,000 footers and a section of the Appalachian trail, plus plenty of shorter, easier hikes that still offer spectacular views.
Hop on an ATV and traverse the state on an endless network of trails, get strapped in for a high-flying zipline ride, or bike along a scenic recreational rail trail. Head out into the countryside on horseback, or search for wildlife in a canoe or on one of our popular moose tour adventures.
For you, a vacation isn’t complete without a trip to the lake, beach or ocean! Luckily, in New Hampshire we have plenty of places to splash around. There are lake and oceanfront beaches to relax on, around 1,300 lakes and ponds for fishing, boating, and paddling, and more then 100 waterfalls to explore and admire.
Wake up early one morning and head for the coast to board a deep sea fishing charter, or wait until evening and enjoy a dinner cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee or Sunapee.
The kids (and adults) will have a blast at one of our waterparks; we have indoor and outdoor parks so you can hit the waterslides rain or shine!
Your passion for great food and drink makes New Hampshire the perfect place to expand your palate. Our local food scene is abundant, featuring farm to table dining where you’ll feast on only the freshest local ingredients.
We have over 33 breweries statewide, you can take a tour, attend a brewfest or relax in a local pub and sip one of our handcrafted local brews. Our list of wineries is just as extensive, featuring unique varieties of wine, fine meads, and ciders made from our own local apples.
New Hampshire is also home to award winning chocolatiers and cheese makers…we guarantee you won’t leave hungry!
Your ideal New Hampshire vacation is all about visiting the top attractions and keeping a busy schedule packed with fun and entertainment. Take a trip to one of our state parks where you can camp, swim, bike, hike, or just sit back and take in the gorgeous views. Or spend a day in one of our amusement parks; we have roller coasters, waterslides, go-carts and so much more.
Climb aboard one of our scenic railways for train ride featuring spectacular views and an experience you won’t soon forget. Sports lovers can hit the links at more then 90 golf courses, cheer on our minor league sports teams, or attend New England’s only NASCAR Sprint Cup races.
You want a vacation where you can learn, grow and enrich your mind; it’s a good thing New Hampshire is steeped in history and culture.
Spend your days touring one of our many museums that range from history to fine art to nature or just for kid’s exhibits. Browse through a League of New Hampshire Craftsmen or NH Made gallery to view and shop for fine art handcrafted by local artists.
As evening falls, take in a play, musical or concert. From summer stock theatre to full scale professional productions, our theatre scene is alive and thriving. Our music venues range from intimate coffee houses to stadiums and play host to nationally know musical acts, symphony orchestras, choirs and local musicians.
You’re a traveler who wants to experience a destination’s local flavor and New Hampshire’s thriving agritourism industry. Wake up early and head for the local farmers’ market to sample fresh fruits and veggies, or head out to an orchard or farm to pick your own produce.
Continue the theme of eating locally at one of our Certified Local Restaurants or at an authentic Farm to Table dinner, where you’ll dine on only the finest, freshest New Hampshire grown ingredients. Or spend the day at one of our many agricultural fairs, from bustling midways to sheep shearing, to craft shows, tractor pulls and more, these fairs are an authentic New Hampshire tradition.