New Hampshire

Artists and poets aren’t the only ones New Hampshire enchants. The disarming natural beauty and charming small towns of the New England state lay ready and waiting for all who care to get swept off their feet. Dense forests, glittering lakes, sweeping valleys and rugged mountains serve as the inspiration for art colonies and famed writers, where fire-colored autumns and alpine winter wonderlands keep their creative juices flowing. If you’re not busy writing odes and watercoloring, you can ski, kayak and hike around the White Mountains, or fish and swim at pristine Squam Lake. At the resorts of Waterville Valley, you can golf by summer and ski by winter—and indulge in tasteful luxury all year round. Meanwhile, New Hampshire’s quaint towns retain an old-fashioned New England vibe often lost in neighboring states. The cobbled streets of colonial Portsmouth are steeped in history, and 18th century architecture, while the town’s solid economy lends a modern vitality. Check out the jack-o’-lanterns of Keene’s pumpkin festival, and cozy up in the bed and breakfasts of Wolfeboro, the “oldest summer resort in America.” You may not turn into a poet, but you may find yourself melting into New Hampshire’s bountiful embrace.

Regions in New Hampshire

Dartmouth Lake Sunapee

Resting along the western border of the state is a haven where history, art and culture dominate. A landscape masked with lush hills, quaint covered bridges, winding roads and old barns. Artists, photographers... read more

Great North Region

The crown of the state, or better branded by the locals as the “North Country,” this area is a retreat for outdoorsmen and nature lovers. The expansive wilderness and rural atmosphere make it a naturalist's... read more

Lakes Region

Eager for a vacation destination providing quality of life? Plan a trip to the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. With scattered mountain ranges and over 300 lakes, ponds and streams, no matter what season, you... read more

Merrimack Valley

The Merrimack Valley is the hub of southern New Hampshire. Its historic industrial mill towns were recently revitalized to bring progressive living to those who live and work there. It is defined by the Merrimack... read more

Monadnock Region

Tucked in the lower western corner of New Hampshire is the Monadnock Region, known for its billowing hills and quaint towns exhibiting 100 years of history. The region is home to century-old town halls, meeting... read more


Go back in time and imagine William Whipple signing the Declaration of Independence or David Thompson, staking honorary claim as founder of the state of New Hampshire, and you'll have a taste of the Seacoast... read more

White Mountains

Close your eyes and imagine a canvas of powdery snow awaiting an enthusiastic skier or being bundled up in a warm snowsuit and furry boots with a cup of hot cocoa. You have been transported to the White Mountains... read more

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