There are Chambers of Commerce and Visitor's Centers throughout the White Mountains region, so if you need a brochure, a map, or have questions about what to do, hiking trails, or where to eat dinner, you won't be lost for long!
Make the White Mountains Visitor Center your first stop to get the most out of your time in the region. Our friendly staff is ready with free brochures, maps and tips on all the best things to see and do. Learn about the area through various displays and audio visual presentations. Take a few minutes to browse our Gift Shop and check out the White Mountains National Forest Information Desk and Interpretive Center located in our authentic post and beam barn. You’ll learn about everything from area wildlife to building stone walls. The Visitor Center is open 7 days a week, year-round.
Open 10 am-4 pm. Open daily during July and August. In Visitors Center, changing exhibits showcase the extensive collection of grand hotel and cottage memorabilia and photographs.
The surrounding natural beauty provides year-round activities for Hanover, Norwich, Lyme and the surrounding Upper Valley towns in VT and NH. Home to Dartmouth College and the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, the area cultivates educational experiences, outdoor adventures, a thriving art community, and boasts a wide range of dining experiences.
Take It Up A Notch....and Discover! A magnificent destination with stunning panoramic views. Enjoy, explore, or relax in all four seasons! Diverse hospitality venues, special events and recreational opportunities from easy fun to the best vertical challenges in the East.
Everything you need to know to plan your next ski trip to New Hampshire. Resort information for 34 ski areas, deals, conditions, events, other activities and more. Find it here at SkiNH.com.
NH's magical seacoast -- nationally acclaimed theatre and music, biking, hiking, fishing, sailing, whale watching, bird watching, sunset cruises, walking tours, historic sites and more. Visit our website for all there is to do on NH's seacoast.
The Mission of the Chamber is to be the channel for business and community connections, fueling the economic engine of central New Hampshire.
Four-season adventure, family attractions, 11 golf courses, fantastic foliage, 7 alpine and 6 Nordic ski areas. Tax-free boutique, outlet and specialty shopping. Quintessential villages including North Conway and Jackson. Arts, culture, fabulous food.
Experience NH's Grand North! Enjoy northern NH's attractions, hiking, ATV'ing, snowmobiling, skiing, dog sledding, fishing, golfing, camping, mountains, rivers, lakes, fall foliage, maple sugaring, moose viewing, Grand Hotels & more!
Serving the villages of Jackson, Bartlett, Glen, Hart's Location, and Intervale. PO Box 304, Rt. 16, Jackson 03846.
Littleton is the economic and cultural hub of the north country welcoming people to come live, work and play. The Chamber offers information and focuses on sustainable economic and community growth through targeted programs and initiatives.
Representing northern NH and northeastern VT, a place of natural beauty, abundant wildlife and recreational opportunities galore! Let us guide you to lodging, dining, services, events and attractions.
Crystal clear lakes and sandy beaches. Lodging, dining, attractions, shopping, camping … let us plan your perfect vacation year-round.
Your basecamp of the White Mountains! Lodging, attractions, events and area information available on our website or at our office located on Main Street in North Woodstock.
Find adventure at the crossroads of the White Mountains, routes 3 & 302, and easy access to most White Mountains Attractions, Bretton Woods activities, and four seasons of outdoor recreation surrounding us.
Welcome to the Heart of New Hampshire's Lakes Region: Winnipesaukee, Squam, and Newfound Lakes! The Meredith New Hampshire Area is truly the heart of the Lakes Region and serves as the latchkey to New England's majestic White Mountains. A tourist favorite for generations, we are nestled among NH's largest lakes - Winnipesaukee, Squam, Winnisquam and Waukewan.