Jefferson and Lancaster - New Hampshire

Lancaster, New Hampshire is a town located in Coos County along the Connecticut River and named after the city of Lancaster in England. Lancaster is also considered the gateway to the Great North Woods Region and home of Weeks State Park, where you will find the stone fire tower on Mount Prospect. Weeks State Park was a homestead of John Wingate Weeks which is now a museum open to the public and offers many trails to explore the 446-acre property.

As summer nears end, the town hosts the Lancaster Fair which is a fun-filled family event featuring agricultural activities, motorized competitions, food, and music.

Jefferson, New Hampshire is home to the family-favorite Santa’s Village, the remarkably beautiful Pondicherry Wildlife Refuge, has one of the oldest 18-hole golf courses in the state, and provides endless miles of trails and panoramic views of the Presidential Range. 

Set amid quiet farms, grand mountains, and forests, Jefferson is a paradise of fresh air and incredible scenery. No matter the season, there's plenty of fun to be had in and around town, from hiking, skiing and quiet paddles along local lakes and rivers to thrilling rides via snowmobile, dogsled, or rollercoaster.