Seasonal April 04, 2017
The 9 Places You Absolutely Must Visit In New Hampshire This Spring
After the weekend’s big snowfall, April is finally here, which means that sooner or later the weather will catch up with the calendar and it will officially be spring in New Hampshire. As the trees bloom and the mud flows, there are the 9 places you absolutely must visit during the New Hampshire spring.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
These 8 Charming Waterfront Towns
It may not be warm enough to swim yet, but now that it's spring it's the perfect time to enjoy the beauty of New Hampshire's waterfront towns, from those on the lakes to those on the seacoast.
These 10 waterfalls that you can see without hiking at all
Not everyone can set off into the New Hampshire mountains. Luckily, these ten waterfalls are easily accessible and you can take in their beauty without much of a walk at all!
These Ten Scenic Rail Trails
If you prefer to explore the outdoors on a flatter (maybe even paved) surface, the rail trails are perfect for you. These ten trails will take you through the New Hampshire wilderness at a pace anyone can enjoy.
These 10 Trails You Have To Take If You Love The Outdoors
After a long winter inside, it's time to stretch your legs by wandering through New Hampshire's many beautiful mountain trails. Here are a few of the best of get you started.
New Hampshire's Covered Bridge Trail
Covered bridges are always charming, even if it's a day when we're dealing with April showers. This trail will bring you to some of the most quaint covered bridges in the state.
New Hampshire's Ultimate Waterfall Road Trip
When the snow melts the water starts rushing and New Hampshire's waterfalls are made even more stunning. This trip will take you to all of the best waterfalls in The Granite State.
These 9 Incredible Waterfront Restaurants
Once the days start warming up outdoor dining becomes an option again, and these restaurants have some of the best dining in the state.
This Little Known Outdoor Art Museum
The Andres Institute of Art in Brookline is a totally unique place where you can see world-class sculptures in the New Hampshire wilderness.
The Northern Rail Trail
This rail trail deserves a special mention because it stretches for an amazing 23 miles of natural wonder.