Kid Friendly Fun this Spring in New Hampshire!

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. […]

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

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! […]

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Experience New Hampshire in the winter from a different view: on the snowmobile trails!

  Let’s just say it’s been a few years since I’ve ridden a snowmobile, let alone drive one so when we decided to hit the trails, I figured – start with the basics. Fortunately New Hampshire has experienced rental dealers and outfitters who guide you through the process so that you have a safe and enjoyable ride! […]

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

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

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A Vintage Christmas on New Hampshire’s Seacoast!

December has arrived, and with it lots of twinkling lights, and the magical feel of the holiday season.  There are so many fun ways to take in the holidays in New Hampshire. From cookie tours and sleigh rides to tree festivals and of course, there's some great seasonal attractions.  One of the places that celebrates the season all month long is the Seacoast.  Take a look! Learn More

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

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

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Exploring fall foliage in New Hampshire’s Seacoast Region! And some cool spots for photo opps!

What a beautiful fall this year in New Hampshire, despite it arriving a little later than usual. While peak foliage has come and gone in many regions of the state, the change of seasons typically happens last on the Seacoast.  That seems to be holding true again this year.  Certainly with the most recent storm many of the leaves are off the trees, even in this area, but the beauty of the season has not fallen from view.  Come along as we explore the foliage and highlight some great spots for photo opps. Learn More

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