6 Unforgettable Road Trips To Take In New Hampshire Before You Die

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.

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Best Road Trips In New Hampshire

July 15, 2021

Are there many things to do in New Hampshire?
Of course, there are! Though New Hampshire is a relatively small state, it’s one of the few where there are world-class attractions to enjoy all year long. In the winter, our world-class ski resorts attract visitors from all over. Wildcat Mountain features views of Mount Washington, Bretton Woods offers nearly 500 acres of powder with 63 trails, and Cannon Mountain is a family-friendly ski resort with a little bit of everything. In the summer, our state’s beautiful lakes offer swimming, paddling, boating, and shoreline picnic spots. Springtime shows off wildflowers on our many trails as they begin to thaw from the long winter, and in the Fall – well, New England’s famous foliage is something you really have to see in person.

What are the most charming small towns in New Hampshire?
New Hampshire’s small towns are lovely! Mountain towns offer cozy accommodations and homestyle restaurants, and down near our small coast, we’ve got some of the best seafood-centric communities in New England. Some of our favorite towns include Lincoln, Bartlett, North Conway, Colebrook, and Berlin. Plan a trip to explore these towns and you’ll find cafes, small shops, bookstores, and beautiful historic buildings practically around every corner.


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