Get the scoop on New Hampshire’s Ice Cream Trail!

Summertime and ice cream go hand in hand.  So, what better way to celebrate the lazy hazy days of summer than with a scoop of your favorite creamy treat.  Pick up a copy of New Hampshire’s Ice Cream Trail and start planning your ice cream adventure!   All I had to do was mention the words, ice cream and my son Aiden was happy to join me on this adventure.  My friend Britt, and her girls Elcie and Sadie joined us too, to see how many stops we could pack into our day. Learn More

Kid Friendly Fun this Spring in New Hampshire!

View of Lake Winnipesaukee from Lakeview Trail on Lockes Hill in Gilford

The snow has melted away, buds are starting to pop out on trees, crocuses are starting to poke up through the ground. Signs of spring are everywhere in New Hampshire.  So now, you’re looking for some ideas of what to do with the kids during this transition of seasons.  Well, you’re in luck, we happen to have the inside scoop.  We headed to the Lakes Region and found a few family friendly adventures that are definitely kid approved. Learn More

A Sticky Sweet Sign of Spring: New Hampshire Maple Syrup!

Maple Tree surrounded by snow with sap buckets hanging on tree

Springtime in New Hampshire:  the days are starting to get longer, (even if only by a few minutes), the sun is starting to rise higher in the sky, and the sap starts running in maple trees.  That of course can only mean one thing: maple sugaring season is here!  This is one of my favorite times of the year.  Visit a sugarhouse this month and it might just become yours too! Learn More

What’s on Tap in New Hampshire’s Craft Beer Scene!

Flight of samples of different kinds of beer from Concord Craft Brewing

New Hampshire has a long history of brewing beer that dates back to the 1630’s in Portsmouth.  There has certainly been a lot of developments since those early years, so just what’s on tap these days?  With 74 craft breweries located all over the state, it’s safe to say there’s plenty on tap. From ales, lagers and porters to stouts and malts, a distinct craft beer culture has emerged in the Granite State. Learn More

‘Tis the Season for decking the halls with a New Hampshire Christmas Tree!

Christmas Trees on hill with mountain views in background

If you’ve never cut down your own Christmas Tree, why not make this the year you try it!  Harvest your own experiences at New Hampshire Christmas Tree Farms range from cutting your own tree, to taking a horse-drawn wagon ride to roasting marshmallows by a fire.  So what are you waiting for? Get family and friends together, make a day of it and head out to a farm near you. Learn More