Shhh… These 8 Hidden Places Are New Hampshire’s Best Kept Secrets

When we’re in need of something fun to do in New Hampshire there’s never a shortage! No matter the season, no matter the weather we can typically find something to make memories. The only problem? We tend to do the same things repeatedly. Once we find something we like, it’s our new go-to! But doing that keeps us from experiencing the parts of the state that are a bit off-the-beaten-path. If you do the same thing, consider checking out some of the fun spots on this list.

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What are some of your favorite things to do that others may not be familiar with? If you’ve had fun at any of the spots we listed here, let us know if you have any tips we should keep in mind! Share in the comments section.

The only thing we love as much as experiencing the lesser-known parts of the state is visiting places that won’t break the bank. Here are 7 incredible natural wonders in New Hampshire that you can witness for free.

Address: Sandwich Range Wilderness, North Sandwich, NH 03259, USA
Address: Goffstown, NH, USA
Address: Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park, 139 St Gaudens Rd, Cornish, NH 03745, USA
Address: Woodman Museum, 182 Central Ave, Dover, NH 03820, USA
Address: Odiorne Point State Park, 570 Ocean Blvd, Rye, NH 03870, USA
Address: Wadleigh State Park, New Hampshire, USA
Address: Ahern State Park, 43 Great Bay Lane, Laconia, NH 03246, USA
Address: Beede Falls, Sandwich, NH 03227, USA