Jackson, Bartlett, Glen, and Intervale - New Hampshire

Jackson is the epitome of a quintessential New England village, and will greet you with its local charm. Whether you are visiting the White Mountains in the fall for the foliage, winter for the cross-country skiing, or summer for the golfing and waterfalls, there is a season for everyone when visiting Jackson. One of the first things you will notice when entering Jackson is its iconic red, covered bridge.

The Jackson Covered Bridge is also known as the “Honeymoon Bridge” and it is one of the most photographed covered bridges in the state of New Hampshire. Maybe you will be visiting when the town’s residents kick up their heels during the Annual Covered Bridge Dance. On a hot, summer day, Jackson Falls is the perfect place to sunbathe or take a refreshing dip. Jackson is also just down the road from Pinkham Notch which is home to Wildcat Mountain, the Mount Washington Auto Road, Great Glen Trails, the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Joe Dodge Lodge, and the captivating Glen Ellis Falls.  Just down the road from Jackson is the nostalgic, story-themed amusement park, Story Land, and New Hampshire’s only aquarium, Living Shores.  If you are visiting for the fall foliage, it will be hard to miss the Return of the Pumpkin People, which is an annual, region-wide event where businesses will create scenes from movies and pop culture using real pumpkins for heads. It is always exciting to drive around and see what the locals have come up with.