We All Scream For Ice Cream!

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! We can’t think of a better ways to top of a delicious dinner, or to celebrate finishing a long hike, or a day outside, than with a couple of scoops of creamy, cold ice cream. We have the scoop on some of the hot spots to get a nice cold treat.

Udderly Delicious-Lincoln

This little shop on the Main Street of Lincoln offers fresh, New England made ice creams with the usuals like vanilla and chocolate, to the more festive flavors like “Freedom of Espresso”, and “Monster Mash”. Enjoy your scoop in a delicious candy coated waffle cone, or make your own treat at their Ice Cream Sandwich Bar.

Coneheads Supreme-North Woodstock

Coneheads, on the Main Street of North Woodstock, offers over 50 flavors of ice cream, frozen yogurt, and soft serve, with much of their product made on-site. Check out their ice cream factory where you can see how the delicious treat is made!

Moose Scoops-Warren

WMUR’s Viewer’s poll voted Moose Scoops one of the Top Ice Cream Shops in NH and won a Best of NH award from NH Magazine. They proudly offer local, New England ice cream. After your ice cream cone is devoured, check out their gift shop which offers NH and Moose related souvenirs.

Aloto Gelato-Lincoln

Aloto Geltao brings international delights to the White Mountains. Unwind and let the stresses of the world melt away while enjoying a refreshing gelato, or satisfy your sweet tooth with a homemade crepe. For a quick pick me up, have a sip of espresso. Delizioso!

Little Red Schoolhouse-Campton

Enjoy a burger or lobster roll from the treehouse of the historic Little Red Schoolhouse, then save room for a cone or sundae made with their handmade ice cream. The perfect ending to a unique dining experience.

Purple Tomato-Lincoln

Purple Tomato offers a variety of local meat, dairy, and produce and delicious sandwiches. Head on over for a dose of nostalgia with an ice cream float! They start with a base of local vanilla ice cream and top it with local blueberry soda or root beer.