New Hampshire is the perfect state to see by car. Not only do we have one of the most gorgeous states in the nation, but we are also small enough that attractions are close together so you’re packing a lot of fun and activity into each day. That all makes the Granite State the perfect place for road trips. These 6 New Hampshire road trips will take you across all areas of the state, and leave you with the ultimate New Hampshire experience.
The Ultimate New Hampshire Waterfall Road Trip
The White Mountains are full of amazing sites, and waterfalls both well-known and hidden. This road trip is short enough to do in a day, or spread over a few days by adding hikes and other outings. It is stunning any time of year, although the hiking is best during the summer and fall.
The Terrifying Haunted New Hampshire Road Trip
If you're brave enough to visit some of the Granite State's most haunted sites, you'll love this road trip, which winds from haunted spots on the seacoast, through the lakes region and on to the state capital.
Ten Places To Go On One Tank Of Gas In New Hampshire
This road trip will take you through much of the state, but you'll need just one tank of gas. Take the savings and stay an extra night, taking time to enjoy the greatest attractions in the state.
The Natural Wonders Road Trip
This short trip will take you through most of the White Mountains. In addition to taking to you to some of the most beloved sites in New Hampshire, like Cathedral Ledge and the Mount Washington Auto Road, this road trip will take you along some truly unforgettable roads. The drive will be the highlight!
The Fall Foliage Road Trip
This drive through the mountains is best done in the fall, when the reds, golds and oranges will drop your jaw. Check the foliage report for the best time to complete this road this, although late September and early October are generally quite colorful.
The Magical Christmas Lights Road Trip
When the Christmas season rolls around, you must take this road trip to see the most magical sights in the state. From personal light displays to big attractions like Santa's Village, this road trip is completely full of holiday cheer.