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  1. Group Resources

    White Mountains Group Travel Resources The White Mountains region has been welcoming visitors for over a century and a half. Our prominence as a top ...

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  2. Places to Stay

    Places to Stay in the White Mountains The White Mountains of New Hampshire has a wealth of accomodations to suit every need and taste. Everything fro...

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  3. Places to Stay

    Places to Stay in the White Mountains The White Mountains of New Hampshire has a wealth of accommodations to suit every need and taste. Everything fr...

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  5. Camping

  6. Army Barracks

    Conway

    We offer a variety of outdoor and camping equipment, airsoft and tactical gear, surplus/civilian clothing. Fun for the whole family. Seven locations in New England. Military/First Responder discount. A true Army Navy store.

    Address: 347 White Mountain Hwy, Conway, NH 03818
    Phone: 603-447-6323
    Website: http://armybarracks.com/

  7. KS Market

    Lincoln

    Self-serve car wash. Camping, RV and auto supplies. Dump Station. Fresh Coffee, snacks, groceries, beer/wine, gift cards, souvenirs, fishing supplies, and Diesel gasoline.

    Address: 85 Main St, Lincoln NH 03251
    Phone: (603) 745-3572

  8. State Parks in the White Mountains

    In the White Mountains the NH State Parks range from 6,440-acre Franconia Notch State Park to the highest State Park in the East, Mount Washington State Park. These parks' diversity means that visitors and residents alike can enjoy endless recreational opportunities, from hiking to swimming, mou...

  9. Wildlife Sightings in the White Mountains

    One of the most exciting aspects of spending time in the White Mountains is the opportunity to see wildlife such as white-tailed deer (the New Hampshire state mammal), moose, fox, bear, and other native animals. Several areas of the White Mountain National Forest are known as excellent places to obs...

  10. Army Barracks

    Conway

    We offer a variety of outdoor and camping equipment, airsoft and tactical gear, surplus/civilian clothing. Fun for the whole family. Seven locations in new England. Military/First Responder discount. A true Army Navy store.

    Address: 347 White Mountain Hwy, Conway, NH 03818
    Phone: 603-447-6323
    Website: http://armybarracks.com/

  11. Beach Camping Area

    North Conway
    Beach Camping Area

    Family camping along Saco River. Extra large beach, 120 large shady or sunny sites, some river frontage. Full hook-ups, modern facilities. Tables & fireplaces. 30 amp service. Hot showers, Free WiFi and Cable. Daily Rate: $34-$49 for 2 adults-3 children under <17.

    Address: 776 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway NH 03860
    Phone: (603) 447-2723
    Website: http://www.thebeachcampingarea.com

  12. Country Bumpkins Family Campground & Cabins

    Lincoln
    Country Bumpkins Family Campground & Cabins

    Open mid-May to mid-Oct. 6 fully equipped heated cabins, CCTV some with kitchen. 66 camp sites for tents or RVs. Daily rate: Cabins $79.95 & up d.o. Camping $26-$47 for 2 adults.

    Address: 218 U.S. 3, Lincoln NH 03251
    Phone: (603) 745-8837
    Website: http://www.countrybumpkins.com

  13. Crawford Notch Campground & General Store

    Hart's Location
    Crawford Notch Campground & General Store

    Camping on the Saco River in the Heart of the White Mountains! Wooded, secluded, Riverfront tenting, cabins, yurts, small RV's, modern & clean bath house, pet friendly, close to area hiking and attractions.

    Address: 1138 US Route 302, Hart's Location, NH 03812
    Phone: (603) 374-2779
    Website: http://www.crawfordnotchcamping.com

  14. Crazy Horse Family Campground

    Littleton
    Crazy Horse Family Campground

    4 season camping nestled in the Mts.; 175 forested & open sites, 30/50 amp, w/e, w/e/s/c; WiFi; tenting; sparkling facilities, pool, playground, kid's fishing pond; store, propane, laundry. Big Rig friendly.

    Address: 788 Hilltop Rd, Littleton NH 03561
    Phone: (603) 444-2204
    Website: http://www.crazyhorsenh.com

  15. Danforth Bay Camping and RV Resort

    Freedom
    Danforth Bay Camping and RV Resort

    One of NH's top RV camping destinations. Clean, modern facilities, classic New England lake side charm. 2700' frontage, 300+ sites, boat/canoe rentals, daily activities.

    Address: 196 Shawtown Road, Freedom, NH 03836
    Phone: (603) 539-2069
    Website: http://www.danforthbay.com

  16. Fransted Family Campground

    Franconia
    Fransted Family Campground

    A clean, quiet campground in a natural setting. We offer 5 different types of campsites for your camping pleasure. Open May 15th -October 7 with daily rates starting at $37.

    Address: 974 Profile Rd, Franconia NH 03580
    Phone: (603) 823-5675
    Website: http://www.franstedcampground.com

  17. Green Meadow Camping Area

    Glen
    Green Meadow Camping Area

    Green Meadow Camping Area is a family-oriented, pet-friendly campground located in the heart of the White Mountains, on Rte. 16 next to Story Land. Tent and RV sites. 50/30/20 amp electric & water. Picnic tables, swimming pool, playground, and fireplaces available.

    Address: 37 Green Meadow Campground Road, Glen, NH 03838
    Phone: 603-383-6801
    Website: www.greenmeadowcampingarea.com

  18. Harbor Hill Camping Area

    Meredith
    Harbor Hill Camping Area

    1 mile from Lake Winnipesaukee and downtown Meredith. Clean bathrooms, pool, playgrounds, sports court, cabins, cabin tent, 50/30 amp, cable TV, free WiFi, pet friendly. Seasonal sites available. Quiet hours enforced.

    Address: 189 New Hampshire 25, Meredith NH 03253
    Phone: (603) 279-6910
    Website: http://www.hhcamp.com

  19. Israel River Campground

    Jefferson
    Israel River Campground

    Friendly people, great camping, beautiful sights & relaxation await you. General Store, pool, water & elec., full hook-ups, restrooms w/showers, rec room & picnic areas. Open all year. Winter sites available. Rates: From $28-$39.

    Address: 111 Israels River Rd, Jefferson NH 03583
    Phone: (603) 586-7977
    Website: http://www.israelrivercampground.com

  20. KS Market (Mobil)

    Lincoln

    Camping, RV, and auto supplies. Propane and dump station with fee. Green Mountain coffee, snacks, groceries, beer/wine, gift cards, souvenirs, fishing supplies, and diesel gasoline.

    Address: Mobil, 85 Main Street, Lincoln NH 03251
    Phone: (603) 745-3572

  21. Lakes Region Tourism Association

    Laconia

    Crystal clear lakes and sandy beaches. Lodging, dining, attractions, shopping, camping … let us plan your perfect vacation year-round.

    Address: 67 Laconia Rd, Tilton, NH 03276
    Phone: (603) 286-8008
    Website: http://www.lakesregion.org

  22. Lincoln/Woodstock KOA Kampground

    Lincoln
    Lincoln/Woodstock KOA Kampground

    Get excited to experiencce the finest camping adventures and family fun in your RV, tent, or choose from multiple lodging options for the "soft rugged" camper. Independent activites will entertain children and adults.

    Address: 1000 Eastside Rd, Woodstock NH 03293
    Phone: (603) 745-8008
    Website: http://www.koa.com/campgrounds/woodstock

  23. Living Water Campground

    Twin Mountain
    Living Water Campground

    ALCOHOL-FREE FAMILY CAMPING “Experience the difference!!” “No Alcohol, Pets, or Radios.” Spacious wooded & riverfront sites. Full hookups, Trading Post and Pizzeria. Log Cabins. Rate: $40+.

    Address: 100 Route 302 E, Twin Mountain NH 03595
    Phone: (603) 846-5513
    Website: http://www.livingwatercampground.com

  24. Moose Hillock Camping Resort

    Warren
    Moose Hillock Camping Resort

    Spacious wooded, brook and pond sites. Reservations suggested. All modern. Dump station, rec barn, playground, hiking, heated pool. WiFi, CTV, cabins. Rate: $54; full hook-ups extra, 2 adults and 3 children.

    Address: 96 Batchelder Brook Rd, Warren NH 03279
    Phone: (603) 764-5294
    Website: http://www.moosehillock.com

  25. Mountain Lake Camping Resort

    Lancaster
    Mountain Lake Camping Resort

    10 Minutes to Santa's Village. Lake, waterslides, heated pool, kayak & paddle boat rentals, fishing, playgrounds, planned activities, 50/30/20 amp sites, CTV, free WiFi , LP Gas.

    Address: 485 Prospect St, Lancaster, NH 03584
    Phone: 603-631-1555
    Website: http://www.mtnlakecampground.com

  26. New Hampshire Grand

    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!

    Website: http://www.nhgrand.com

  27. Pine Haven Campground

    Wentworth
    Pine Haven Campground

    Located along the beautiful Baker River, Pine Haven's large, well-spaced sites can accommodate all types of camping from tents to 48' RVs. We offer quite family camping in a relaxed, friendly environment.

    Address: 29 Pinehaven Campground Rd, Wentworth, NH 03282
    Phone: (603) 786-2900
    Website: http://www.pinehavencampground.com/

  28. Saco River Camping Area

    North Conway
    Saco River Camping Area

    North Conway’s premier family camping destination located in the center of it all. Nearly 200 sites, including pull-thru, spacious, and big rig friendly FHU sites. Cable TV, Wi-Fi, River, Heated Pool, Boat and Tube Rentals with shuttle service. Open May–Oct.

    Address: 1550 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway NH 03860
    Phone: (603) 356-3360
    Website: http://www.sacorivercampingarea.com

  29. Twin Mountain/Mount Washington KOA

    Twin Mountain
    Twin Mountain/Mount Washington KOA

    Minutes to NH's best outdoor Family Fun! Full service w/ Camping and Deluxe Cabins, Caboose, 10 deluxe patio pull thru sites, Big Rig friendly, 50 amp pull thru sites, wooded tent sites. Heated pool! Glamping tent, new for 2019!

    Address: 372 New Hampshire 115, Twin Mountain NH 03595
    Phone: (603) 846-5559
    Website: http://www.twinmountainkoa.com

  30. Twin Tamarack Family Camping & RV Resort

    New Hampton
    Twin Tamarack Family Camping & RV Resort

    259 wooded & sunny sites, full hook-ups, 30/50 amp electric, pull-thru sites. Dump station. Clean, modern restrooms, cabin/trailer rentals, free WiFi. Pool, beach. Daily rate: $38-$43 family of 4.

    Address: 41 Twin Tamarack Rd, New Hampton NH 03256
    Phone: (603) 279-4387
    Website: http://www.twintamarackcampground.com

  31. White Birches Camping Park

    Shelburne
    White Birches Camping Park

    100 plus wooded & grassy sites, w/e, full hook-up, pull-thrus, tent sites. Showers, heated pool, playground, laundry, canoe/kayak rentals. Camping Cabins and Trailer Rentals. Free WiFi. Rates start at $25/night.

    Address: 218 U.S. 2, Shelburne NH 03581
    Phone: (603) 466-2022
    Website: http://www.whitebirchescamping.com

  32. Father's Day in the White Mountains

    Date: June 7th, 2019

    Father's Day in the White Mountains

    Treat dad to some R & R while you’re in the White Mountains this Father’s Day. There are deals and discounts at iconic attractions fun activities offering all the adventure. Dad will feel special and the whole family will have a blast.

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  33. Celebrate Mom in the White Mountains

    Date: May 1st, 2019

    Celebrate Mom in the White Mountains

    She moved mountains for you and this Mother’s Day, Mom deserves a little getaway. A weekend in the White Mountains is the perfect way to show her how you much you care. Not only can you share with her beautiful scenery, breathtaking views, and that fresh mountain air, there are some pretty sweet deals, specials, and events taking place for that special lady in your life.

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  34. 7 White Mountains New Year's Resolutions You'll Want to Keep

    Date: January 4th, 2019

    7 White Mountains New Year's Resolutions You'll Want to Keep

    Happy New Year from the White Mountains! By now you have probably made your New Year’s resolutions…some of you may have already broken them. There is always room for self-improvement and we propose that you add one, two, or all of these resolutions to your list for 2019. If nothing else, just resolve to come to the White Mountains this year, get outside, and explore.

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  35. Scenic Foliage Routes Off the Beaten Path

    Date: September 28th, 2018

    Scenic Foliage Routes Off the Beaten Path

    No matter which region of the White Mountains you travel this fall, you will be surrounded by incredible foliage. However, sometimes it’s best to spend a few extra minutes taking the leisurely route that is off the beaten path. You may discover a town you’ve never heard of, or a road you’ve never driven. Grab a map, and your camera, and check out these 5 scenic routes on your hunt for fall foliage.

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  36. White Mountains Summer Bucket List

    Date: July 27th, 2018

    White Mountains Summer Bucket List

    There is still a lot of summer left and we know that you have a bucket list of fun and adventure you still need to complete. A trip to the White Mountains is sure to be on your list, and we have some great suggestions that you do not want to miss. Get your pen out and start marking some checks in those boxes!

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  37. Mother's Day in the White Mountains

    Date: May 8th, 2018

    Mother's Day in the White Mountains

    Want to know the best way to treat mom right this Mother’s Day? Take her on a trip to the White Mountains and take advantage of some of these awesome deals, specials, and brunches offered by our Attractions, restaurants and lodging properties. Mom deserves to feel loved and pampered…be the one to give her that gift!

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  38. Six Scenic Guided Tours in the White Mountains

    Date: February 23rd, 2018

    Six Scenic Guided Tours in the White Mountains

    Looking to get outside and enjoy some of the amazing scenery the White Mountains has to offer while taking in some fresh mountain air? Not sure where to start? We’ve compiled a list of six organizations that offer guided tours to help get your blood pumping, and possibly try out fun, new ways to explore trails and scenery in the White Mountains. So slap on a pair of snowshoes, or cross country skis and let’s get started!

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  39. Stunning Fall Foliage From White Mountains Lakes and Ponds

    Date: September 26th, 2017

    Stunning Fall Foliage From White Mountains Lakes and Ponds

    There’s nothing more serene and picturesque than a pond or lake in the fall in the White Mountains. If you’re interested in taking in an autumn canoe or kayak ride, or just want to sit on the banks, soak it all in, and get some amazing photos, we have 10 of the best places to see the fall foliage by water in the White Mountains.

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  40. Lakes of the White Mountains

    Date: August 16th, 2017

    Lakes of the White Mountains

    It's amazing to think that in the middle of the White Mountains, there are so many beautiful lakes! And there is something very special about spending a hot summer day swimming, fishing, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, or just taking in the scenery from one of these pristine bodies of water. Come cool off, relax, and enjoy some of our favorite places to pass the time away.

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  41. New England’s Premier Mountain Bike Race Returns For 2020!

    Date: May 8th, 2019

    New England’s Premier Mountain Bike Race Returns For 2020!

    Pinkham Notch, NH — For two decades, mountain bikers from across the country ventured to the base of Mount Washington in Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire to compete in the 24 Hours of Great Glen. This epic, round-the-clock race was the first of its kind in New England, following a specially-designed course at Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center with a mixture of fast-paced gravel carriage roads and technical single track. First held in 1995 with a modest 11 teams, the event steadily grew to more than 180 teams and 500 participants for its last running in 2015.

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  42. NORTH CONWAY NOMINATED AS BEST SMALL TOWN FOR ADVENTURE BY USA TODAY/10 BEST

    Date: April 9th, 2019

    NORTH CONWAY NOMINATED AS BEST SMALL TOWN FOR ADVENTURE BY USA TODAY/10 BEST

    North Conway, NH – North Conway, at the center of Mt Washington Valley, NH, has captured the attention of the local experts at USA TODAY’s 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Awards once again. North Conway is presently in the running for Best Small Town for Adventure, 2019. The announcement was made on April 8th, and voting continues until May 5, 2019. Votes may be cast daily during this period. North Conway is the only New England town nominated this year for the Best Small Town for Adventure.

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  43. SEPTEMBER KICKS OFF WITH MUSIC, MUD AND MUSTERS IN MT WASHINGTON VALLEY, NH

    Date: July 31st, 2018

    SEPTEMBER KICKS OFF WITH MUSIC, MUD AND MUSTERS IN MT WASHINGTON VALLEY, NH

    North Conway, NH – While fall doesn’t officially arrive until later in September, after Labor Day weekend has come and gone, it feels like autumn is in the air in Mt Washington Valley, NH. We start looking forward to colorful New Hampshire fall foliage and cooler temps. September also brings several annual events and fundraisers with decades-long legacies, which when combined have raised well over a million dollars for non-profits in and around the Valley. For forty-two years, the Championships of Mud Football have ushered in fall, and for 21 years hikers have raised funds in the Jen’s Friends Climb Against Cancer. Bark in the Park has delighted dog owners for more than two decades, But the Muster in the Mountains has attracted history buffs to the Mt Washington Auto Road and the White Mountains for even longer – since the 1970s! And Back to School Sidewalk Sales and the annual Fall Festival at Settlers Green have attracted visitors to Mt Washington Valley for over a decade too.

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  44. NORTH CONWAY, NH NOMINATED AS BEST SMALL TOWN FOR ADVENTURE BY USA TODAY/10 BEST

    Date: May 2nd, 2018

    NORTH CONWAY, NH NOMINATED AS BEST SMALL TOWN FOR ADVENTURE BY USA TODAY/10 BEST

    North Conway, NH – Once again, North Conway has captured the attention of the local experts at USA TODAY’s 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Awards. North Conway is presently in the running for Best Small Town for Adventure. Voting continues until May 14, 2018, and votes can be cast daily during that period. This is the second time in the past six months North Conway has been nominated for a 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Award. Last November, North Conway was nominated as the Best Ski Town , and ended up being voted the #1 Ski Town in North America. The Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce’s goal is to attain the same rating for the summertime adventure available not only in North Conway, but regionally in Mt Washington Valley, NH.

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  45. 5th Annual Cynthia’s Challenge Ski-A-Thon at King Pine Reaches Goal

    Date: March 21st, 2018

    5th Annual Cynthia’s Challenge Ski-A-Thon at King Pine Reaches Goal

    East Madison, NH (March 20, 2018) - Cynthia's Challenge, a 24-hour Ski-A-Thon, took place Friday, March 16 through Saturday, March 17 reached the goal of raising $65,000. Over 300 skiers and snowboarders from near and afar registered and participated in the 24-hour event held at King Pine Ski Area. Atlas Fireworks and Bank of New Hampshire provided a spectacular fireworks show Friday night and key support was provided by Vertical Challenge and Bolt Depot with crews DJ’ing music, staffing a photobooth and providing entertainment throughout the event.

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  46. 5th Annual Cynthia's Challenge 24 Hour Ski-A-Thon For Jacques Villeneuve

    Date: February 14th, 2018

    East Madison, N.H. (February 14, 2018) - Cynthia’s Challenge is excited to announce the next beneficiary of the 24-Hour Ski-A-Thon to be held at King Pine Ski Area in East Madison, New Hampshire March 16-17, 2018. All funds raised with this year’s event will benefit Freedom, New Hampshire’s Jacques Villeneuve, a nine-year-old boy who was born missing the main wiring between the left and right hemispheres of his brain, Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum. He has also been diagnosed with Diplegic Spastic Cerebral Palsy an intellectual disability which pose both physical and mental challenges. Jacques' parents have to physically lift him into their vehicle every time they plan on going anywhere and then have enough room for storage for his walking assistance devices. This year’s goal is to raise $65,000 to purchase Jacques’ family a wheelchair accessible van.

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  47. Steven Hoyt Of Purity Spring Resort Awarded Innkeeper Of The Year

    Date: November 21st, 2017

    Steven Hoyt Of Purity Spring Resort Awarded Innkeeper Of The Year

    East Madison, N.H. (November 20, 2017): Steven Hoyt of Purity Spring Resort was awarded Innkeeper of the Year by The New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association (NHLRA) at its annual Stars of the Industry Awards event held in Concord earlier this month. The event recognizes individuals who have achieved significant success and growth in their establishments; who have supported the industry and its concerns on national, state or local levels; who have provided opportunities for growth for their personnel; who set the standard for customer service; and who embody the spirit of hospitality.

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  48. The 147th Lancaster Fair Promises Food, Farm, and Fun

    Date: August 21st, 2017

    The 147th Lancaster Fair Promises Food, Farm, and Fun

    LANCASTER, NH – The annual Lancaster Fair, northern New Hampshire’s largest summer event, begins Thursday, August 31 and runs through Labor Day Monday, September 4 at the Lancaster Fairgrounds. Now in its 147th year, the Lancaster Fair marks the end of summer by celebrating the area’s agricultural heritage with a variety of family-friendly activities and entertainment. There’s carnival rides and games, farm animal competitions, top-notch music performances – this year’s headliner is country music supergroup Sawyer Brown – motorized competitions, food, and special activities for the kids. ATVs are welcome and parking is free. Campsites are available on site.

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  49. The Lancaster Fair

    Lancaster Fair that has been open for 147 years in succession.
    The Labor Day week extravaganza spotlights agriculture activities, a large midway, 4-H exhibits, diverse musical entertainment and motorized competitions (pulling events and the ever-popular Demolition Derby). The grounds also boast wide clean midways and free parking.

    From one end of the 65 acre compound straddling Route 3 to the other, the fair sprawls out for six days of camping, relaxation, and honky tonk atmosphere capping another North Country summer.

    On any given day in the week-long schedule there are activities, exhibitions, competitions, and entertainment too vast to sample. From the Alexander Hall, where vegetables (including the county’ s largest pumpkin), flowers, and Grange exhibits are displayed , to the other end of the fairgrounds for horse pulling events, oxen skills competitions, sheep dog trials, and tractor pulls, one can sense the pulse of the region, its history, its roots, and enduring family values.

    In short, many of the ingredients to our Great North Woods lifestyle and work are celebrated at the county’s signature event…the Lancaster Fair. Where else would you expect to find a real old fashion country fair but in the country!!

  50. The Fryeburg Fair

    Fryeburg Fair, established in 1851, will host its 167th annual eight-day Fair October 1-8 in Fryeburg, Maine. As always Fryeburg Fair, considered to be one of the best agricultural fairs in the U.S. offers non-stop livestock, agriculture and farming exhibitions with over 3,000 head of large animals - cattle, horses, oxen, steers, ponies and hundreds of smaller animals - sheep, goats, hogs, poultry, rabbits, and more.
    Traditional Fair highlights include horse and ox pulling, draft horse tandem hitches up to eight, calf and pig scrambles, cooking contests, flower shows, exhibition halls of crafts, handiwork, photos, art, forest and wood products; a full museum of old farm equipment and memorabilia with live demonstrations; the "Little Red Schoolhouse" built in 1835; the milking parlor, sheepdog trials, tractor pulling, 4WD pulls and pari-mutuel harness racing on the Fair's half-mile track. The Fair’s Specialty Foods Pavilion offers innovative food products made with local farm ingredients. The Expo Center features 9,000 square feet of commercial exhibits. Rides for all ages and food selections for every taste are everywhere at Fryeburg Fair.
    The annual Firemen’s Muster opens the Fair on Sunday, October 1st at 9 a.m. Fire departments and their members from far and wide compete in events like the ladder climb, wet hose, the ball squirt and more. It’s a fun way to appreciate our firefighters and see them in non-emergency action!
    The 50th Annual Woodsmen’s Field Day is on Monday, October 2nd beginning at 9 a.m. and will begin with a flyover by the West Point Black Knights Parachute Team. This event is the largest spectator woodsmens event in North America. Contestants come from all over the U.S. and Canada to compete in over 34 woods skills events such as log-rolling, axe throwing, standing block chop, tree felling, skidder driving and log loading. A 28-page commemorative booklet will be on sale to fairgoers outlining the history of this event along with photos, lists of champions and highlights from its first 50 years. Get there early as crowds are expected to be big.
    The Fair’s very popular Skillet Throw is also on Monday, October 2nd, starting at noon, and celebrates it’s 30th anniversary inspiring women to catapult a cast iron pan as far as possible! It’s serious competition as top contenders return every year. The recently added Anvil Throw for men follows this event at 1:30.
    When asked what’s new at Fryeburg Fair for 2017, David Andrews, Fryeburg Fair General Superintendent, says, “We’re raffling off a custom-built chicken coop this year which will be on display all week near the Poultry Building. There’s nothing like a fresh egg in the morning! Tickets are $5 each or three for $10.” Fair President Roy Andrews adds, “We’ll throw in a few chickens too!” The winning ticket will be drawn on the last Sunday of the Fair and if you live within a 50-mile radius the coop will be delivered to your home. Another big happening for this year says Roy, “On Wednesday at 5 p.m. we will gather what we believe to be the world’s largest assembly of yoked animals, our steer and oxen, for a group photo. This will be quite a feat with over 500 animals in one view.” A few improvements include new box stalls in the horse and pony barns, two new people-haulers which will provide easy transportation to parking lots and campers; and a new wi-fi building in Fairview camping (across for the Main Gate) for campers who wish to have a quiet spot with a good connection.
    Over 150 daily entertainers perform in six different parks and the Fair’s signature Night Shows begin at 8 pm at the Grandstand. This year’s Night Show lineup - Monday night – Tom Dixon (Country); Tuesday night – Eliminator K.C. (ZZ Top Tribute Band); Wednesday night - Cassadee Pope (Country); Thursday night – High Valley (Country); Friday night – Motor Booty Affair (retro 70’s Disco & Dance) and Saturday night - Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper (Bluegrass). The annual Fireworks show is Friday night at 9 p.m. right after the Night Show ends. Saturday's 10 a.m. Grand Parade is two hours of Fryeburg Fair's best on display. The Fair is known for the best French fries made with just harvested Maine potatoes, along with an incredible variety of food choices for every palate!
    Camping at Fryeburg Fair is very popular and always fun with 3,000 campsites. Contact the Fair for rates and availability.
    General Admission is $12 daily and includes the 8 pm Night Show. Weekly passes (all 8 days) are $65. Children under 12 are always free. Tuesday is Senior Citizen’s Day (65 & over are admitted free). Gates open at 7 am. Harness Racing starts at 1:30 Tuesday thru Sunday. Group tickets sales available. Fair Office Hours are Monday thru Friday 9-3. For further information on Fryeburg Fair, go to www.fryeburgfair.org or email info@fryeburgfair.org or call the Fair Office at (207) 935-3268.

  51. SoulFest

    Celebrating Music, Love & Action - the SoulFest, will be held August 1 - 3, 2019 in the picturesque mountains and lakes region of Gilford, New Hampshire at Gunstock Mountain Resort.

    2019 ARTIST LINEUP: for KING & COUNTRY, Switchfoot, Bethel Music, Matt Maher, Tenth Avenue North, Zach Williams, Jordan Feliz, Mac Powell & The Family Reunion, Britt Nicole, Phil Keaggy, Martin Smith (of Delirious?), Jon Foreman, LEDGER, Project 86, Propaganda, Paul Colman, Manic Drive, Mike Donehey, Rivers & Robots, Sarah Reeves, Elle Limebear, The Young Escape, Brad Corrigan, Decyfer Down, SPOKEN, Dan Russell, Christopher Williams, Collington, Ryan Tremblay, Right Hand Shade, Ben Laine, Dylan Wyka, Hannah Dawber, and many more. Visit thesoulfest.com/lineup

    STAY TUNED for our Soul University series lineup!

    Multi-day ticket prices increase the first of each month prior to the festival - Buy early to save! KIDS 10 & UNDER GO FREE but need to be registered with a "youth" ticket. SENIORS (62+) and MILITARY (veterans/currently in service) receive 15% off. Groups of 10+ get $10 off the current multi-day rate.

    Visit thesoulfest.com
    information@thesoulfest.com
    (978) 346-4577

    Gunstock provides an idyllic setting for this one-of-a-kind celebration gathering 8,000 attendees and more than 100 artists and speakers. As New England’s largest Christian music festival, SoulFest has become a summer staple to numerous families throughout the New England area.

    YOUR TICKETS WILL BE E-TICKETS (PDF VERSION). WE DO NOT SHIP TICKETS. We do ship upgrades until 2 weeks prior to event. If you purchase within 2 weeks of the festival, we'll hold them at the Box Office - Will Call onsite.

    There are absolutely NO RETURNS, REFUNDS, or EXCHANGES. SoulFest is a rain or shine event.

    BUY TICKETS - thesoulfest.com/tickets
    FAQ - thesoulfest.com/faq
    MEET & GREET PASSES, PARKING, AND UPGRADES - thesoulfest.com/upgrades
    CAMPING ON-SITE - thesoulfest.com/camping
    LODGING & ACCOMODATIONS - thesoulfest.com/lodging

  52. Mountainside Summer Music Series

    Join us for the 5th season of the Mountainside Summer Music Series. There is limited seating, and shade so feel free to bring your camping chair, sit back, and enjoy free outdoor live entertainment Saturday's from July 1st through Labor Day Weekend. Special Sunday show on September 3rd. This is a licensed premises so NO BYOB, the Cantina Bar will be open with an assortment of Beer, Wine and Special Elixers.

  53. Mountainside Summer Music Series

    Join us for the 5th season of the Mountainside Summer Music Series. There is limited seating, and shade so feel free to bring your camping chair, sit back, and enjoy free outdoor live entertainment Saturday's from July 1st through Labor Day Weekend. Special Sunday shows July 2nd, and September 3rd. This is a licensed premises so NO BYOB, the Cantina Bar will be open with an assortment of Beer, Wine and Special Elixers.

  54. Mountainside Music Series

    Join us for the 6th season of the Mountainside Summer Music Series now presented by Bud Light. Sit back, and enjoy free outdoor live entertainment Saturday's July through Labor Day Weekend. There is limited seating, and shade so feel free to bring your camping chair. This is a licensed premises so NO BYOB, the Cantina Bar will be open with an assortment of Beer, Wine and Special Elixers.
    (Bands will play upstairs in Ptarmigan's Pub in the event of inclement weather)
    For a full list of Bands playing, visit attitash.com/mountainside-music-series

    3:00-6:00pm | FREE | Open to all ages

  55. Lancaster Fair

    Lancaster Fair that has been open for 146 years in succession.
    The Labor Day week extravaganza spotlights agriculture activities, a large midway, 4-H exhibits, diverse musical entertainment and motorized competitions (pulling events and the ever-popular Demolition Derby). The grounds also boast wide clean midways and free parking.
    From one end of the 65 acre compound straddling Route 3 to the other, the fair sprawls out for six days of camping, relaxation, and honky tonk atmosphere capping another North Country summer.
    On any given day in the week-long schedule there are activities, exhibitions, competitions, and entertainment too vast to sample. From the Alexander Hall, where vegetables (including the county’ s largest pumpkin), flowers, and Grange exhibits are displayed , to the other end of the fairgrounds for horse pulling events, oxen skills competitions, sheep dog trials, and tractor pulls, one can sense the pulse of the region, its history, its roots, and enduring family values.
    In short, many of the ingredients to our Great North Woods lifestyle and work are celebrated at the county’s signature event…the Lancaster Fair. Where else would you expect to find a real old fashion country fair but in the country!!

  56. Gunstcok Hillclimb

    The Gunstock Hillclimb is back again for Laconia Motorcycle Week Rally! We can't wait to hold this cult classic event on Wednesday, June 12th at its original location-- the 70-meter ski jump! Staged by Ridge Runner Promotions and presented by Laconia Harley Davidson, this incredible day of action consists of two separate events – an Amateur Invitational in the morning and a $20,000 American Hillclimb, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, in the afternoon. There will be halftime entertainment, on-site beer sales and souvenirs available.
    Hillclimb spectators and Laconia Motorcycle Week visitors are invited to make Gunstock their home base for the week. Camp sites are available in easy walking distance to the Hillclimb in Gunstock’s expansive campground, voted Best of NH 2018. The Adventure Park, also voted Best of NH 2018 for Lakes Region Summer Attraction, will be open with reduced operations, featuring the high-speed ZipTour, Mountain Coaster, and Scenic Lift Rides overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee. Show your Hillclimb wristband and receive 25% off your adventure!

    • Gates open to the public at 8am, opening ceremony and competition begins at 9am.
    • Cash-only event, ATM on site at the Main Lodge
    • Admission will be $20, free for children 10 and under
    • BYOB, there will also be a beverage garden on site at the event
    • No glass bottles allowed.
    • No animals allowed
    • No tents or umbrellas allowed at event site
    • Camp sites are available
  57. Glorious Mountain Days: The Hike That Helped Save the White Mountains-at Joe Dodge Lodge

    With Authors Allison Bell and Maida Goodwin

    Join the authors for a talk on their new book which details the week-long Presidential Range camping trip of AMC members Harriet Freeman and Emma Cummings in 1902. Their mountain experience, at a momement when the Presidentials were under extreme threat from logging, inspired them to work for preservation of the White Mountains and to motivate influential associates to help pass the Weeks Act.

  58. Glorious Mountain Days: The Hike That Helped Save the White Mountains

    Featuring Authors Allison Bell and Maida Goodwin
    Join the authors for a talk on their new book which details the week-long Presidential Range camping trip of AMC members Harriet Freeman and Emma Cummings in 1902. Their mountain experience, at a moment when the Presidentials were under exteme threat from logging, inspired them to work for preservation of the White Mountains and to motivate influential associates to help pass the Weeks Act.

  59. Glorious Mountain Days-Presentation at Weeks State Park

    Join authors Allison Bell and Maida Goodwin for a talk on their new book Glorious Mountain Days which details a week-long Presidential Range camping trip by amateur naturalists Harriet Freeman and Emma Cummings in 1902.

    Glorious Mountain Days combines history, photography, nature and the story of how that week-long hike led to efforts to preserve the White Mountains. Their remarkable words and images describe mountain birds, alpine flowers, rugged trails and camp life enjoyed by the two women and their companions. Inspired by their "glorious" experience, the two women went on to help preserve the White Mountains for future generations through their activism.

  60. Family Camp Out

    5:00pm Fri, June 21st - 9:00am Sat, June 22nd
    $7 per person
    FREE for children under 2
    Pre-registration required by June 13th

    Celebrate the Summer Solstice with a family night under the stars! Bring your tent, flashlights, and the whole family for a night camping in the meadow by Shannon Pond. Relax at your campsite or enjoy games, campfire songs, story time with a special guest, stargazing, a scavenger hunt, a walk on the Brook Walk trail, a visit to the horse stables, and more. Bring a picnic dinner or purchase hot dogs, sandwiches, salads, and the like from Cones in the Clouds. A light breakfast on Saturday morning will be provided!
    Pre-registration for this event is required by June 13th. Please either:
    Register via standard mail:
    - Download the official Registration Form on our website and submit this completed form with payment via standard mail (see page 2 of form for instructions; access form at: https://www.castleintheclouds.org/event/family-camp-out/)
    - Confirm your space online at https://www.castleintheclouds.org/event/family-camp-out/- pay now, and complete the registration form upon arrival to the Family Camp Out.
    For more details, please view the event flyer on our Family Camp Out event page online.
    This event is hosted in partnership with the Moultonborough Recreation Department and the Lakes Region Conservation Trust.
    CAMPING REGULATIONS:
    For the safety of all participants, the following regulations apply:
    - No pets
    - No campfires at individual sites
    - No portable grills
    - Quiet hours are 10pm – 7am
    - Tents only (not provided); no pop-ups or other types of campers
    - Cars must be parked in the designated area – not at individual camp sites
    - Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times
    GETTING HERE & PARKING:
    Please access Castle in the Clouds via our free entrance (GPS compatible) located at:
    586 Ossipee Park Rd., Route 171
    Moultonborough, NH 03254
    Parking is available in the hiker parking areas both inside and outside of the gate, as well as in our main visitor parking lot.
    WEATHER POLICY:
    In the case of inclement weather, the Family Camp Out will be rescheduled for Saturday, June 22nd – Sunday, June 23rd.

  61. Annual Pemi Bluegrass Festival

    Family Friendly weekend of acoustic country and bluegrass music, camping, workshops, dance, swimming, tubing, plus food and musical vendors and lots more!