Lakes Region

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  • 1. Canterbury Shaker Village

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Established in 1792, this village 15 miles south of Laconia flourished in the 1800s and practiced equality of the sexes and races, common ownership...Read More

  • 2. Castle in the Clouds


    Looking like a fairy-tale castle, this grand 1914 mountaintop estate is anchored by an elaborate mansion with 16 rooms, 8 bathrooms, and doors...Read More

  • 3. M/S Mount Washington

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    The 230-foot M/S Mount Washington offers 2½-hour scenic cruises of Lake Winnipesaukee, departing Weirs Beach with stops at Wolfeboro, Alton...Read More

  • 4. New Hampshire Boat Museum


    Set in a 1950s quonset hut–style former dance hall near Lake Wentworth, this small but fascinating museum and boat-building center celebrates...Read More

  • 5. Squam Lakes Natural Science Center


    This 230-acre property includes a ¾-mile nature trail that passes by trailside exhibits of black bears, bobcats, otters, fishers, mountain lions...Read More

  • 6. Alton Bay

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    Two mountain ridges frame picturesque Alton Bay, which is the name of both a narrow 4-mile inlet and village at the southern tip of Lake...Read More

  • 7. Bartlett Beach


    On Lake Winnisquam, this small but pleasant city-run park has a 600-foot-long sand beach. Picnic tables and a playground make Bartlett Beach...Read More

  • 8. Ellacoya State Park


    Families enjoy this secluded 600-foot sandy beach and park on the southwestern shore of Lake Winnipesaukee. Ellacoya, with views of the Sandwich...Read More

  • 9. Funspot

    Amusement Park/Water Park

    The mothership of Lake Winnipesaukee's family-oriented amusement parks, Funspot's more than 500 video games make it the world's largest arcade...Read More

  • 10. Historical Society Museum


    This museum traces Center Sandwich's history through the faces of its inhabitants. Works by mid-19th-century portraitist and town son Albert...Read More

  • 11. Loon Center


    Recognizable for its eerie calls and striking black-and-white coloring, the loon resides on many New Hampshire lakes but is threatened by the...Read More

  • 12. Mt. Major


    About 5 miles north of Alton Bay, Mt. Major has a 3-mile trail up a series of challenging cliffs. At the top you'll find a four-sided stone...Read More

  • 13. Polar Caves Park


    From the attractive log cabin–style main lodge, an easy trail leads to nine granite caves that formed some 50,000 years ago, during the last...Read More

  • 14. Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm


    For 99 years (1894–1993) Dr. Edwin Crafts Remick and his father provided medical services to the Tamworth area and operated a family farm. These...Read More

  • 15. Wentworth State Park


    Away from the hustle and bustle of Wolfeboro on pretty little Lake Wentworth, this simple park features a quiet beach with good fishing, picnic...Read More

  • 16. Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad

    Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train)

    You can board this scenic railroad's restored cars at Weirs Beach or Meredith for one- or two-hour rides along the shoreline. Special excursions...Read More

  • 17. Wright Museum


    Uniforms, vehicles, and other artifacts at this museum illustrate the contributions of those on the home front to the U.S. World War II effort. ...Read More

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