The tiny village of Jackson, incorporated in 1800, is one of the most picturesque towns in New Hampshire. It is frequented by visitors all year long due to its quaint character and location adjacent to the White Mountain National Forest. As with many locations around the Granite State, Jackson takes on an additional beauty once the snow starts to fall. So pack a bag with your favorite winter gear and plan a trip!

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To learn more about what Jackson has to offer in winter, visit the town’s website or follow the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce on Facebook.

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