A Typical New Hampshire Visit

If you have a laundry list of things to do on your next vacation, your destination is New Hampshire. The state truly justifies their motto, “Live Free or Die”, with tons of indoor and outdoor activities, plenty of shopping and antiquing, all season sport events, many art and entertainment scenes, and lots more. This year spice up the adrenaline with some white water sea-kayaking in the Saco River among the White Mountains. Slow down the pace instead on a panoramic hike with your family and children or follow a tour guide. Having 48 4,000 foot peaks, your bound to find a trail perfect for you. Try horseback riding at several of the state parks, play golf with some peers, visit historic sites on hundreds of different walking routes, or rent an ATV or snowmobile for some extreme action.

Stumped on where to stay? New Hampshire hosts warm hospitality with umpteen very unique inns and bed and breakfasts in just about every town you choose. For the nature type, boundless campgrounds lie from full-service RV sites to extremely rustic back country and remote spots. Now stumped on when to go? Because New Hampshire is so versatile, you can ultimately book your vacation depending on what you want to do. For the undecided, avenge in the maple sugaring time, that is mid-February to mid-April. During this time, the maple industries will produce more than 90,000 gallons of maple syrup so you know your pancakes will be smothered in the finest maple of the year. Plan and book your trip now stress-free today.

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