Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Gilmanton, New Hampshire
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"Canterbury Shaker Village is dedicated to preserving the 200-year legacy of the Canterbury Shakers and to providing a place for learning, reflection, and renewal of the human spirit. Visitors are encouraged to learn about the life, ideals, values, and history of the Canterbury Shakers through tours, programs, exhibits, research, and publications."
(This excerpt taken from Canterbury Shaker Village website)
"New to lift-accessed mountain biking? Let our trained coaches set you up for fun and success! Coaches will help build a solid foundation of riding skills where you can progress to the next level. From beginners to seasoned pros, Highland is all about training and trails. The mountain has approximately 600 vertical feet and approximately 15 miles of trails from beginner to expert levels."
(This excerpt taken from Highland Mountain Bike Park website)
"Welcome to a clean and expansive golf course guaranteed to give you a sporting challenge! Our golf course holds a 4.5 star rating from Golf Digest, and we’re proud to offer one of the best golfing experiences in the state. As a public course, we’re open to all golfers during our season."
(This excerpt taken from Lochmere Country Club, Inc. website)
"Gunstock is a four-season mountain resort that offers authentic eastern mountain skiing and riding with 227 skiable acres and 48 trails. In summer our campground is your basecamp for activities in our Adventure Park. Nestled in the inspiring beauty of New Hampshire’s Lakes Region, Gunstock's summit offers breathtaking views of Lake Winnipesaukee."
(This excerpt taken from Gunstock Mountain Resort website)
"Ahern State Park spans 128 acres, with 3,500 feet of shoreline on Lake Winnisquam. The park was transferred to the state in November, 1994 as Governor's State Park, and renamed by statute in 1998."
(This excerpt taken from Ahern State Park website)
"Located in Franklin's historic city hall, our Opera House offers distinctive performing arts events for the greater Franklin area and beyond. It's ALWAYS better LIVE!"
(This excerpt taken from Franklin Opera House website)
"The park is designed to serve as a gateway to the city’s downtown and a trail head for the Winnipesaukee River Trail The park provides parking, a kayak take out for the many kayakers that utilize this white water section of the Winnipesaukee River and features a memorial plaza that allows for a historical prospective on the City of Franklin. The park features a 15’ diameter mill wheel weighing in excess of eleven tons. This flywheel served as part of steam engine that powered a textile mill in Franklin’s historic mill district. The mill wheel prior to installation was determined by testing to have lead paint. Modern Protective Coatings of Hudson, NH donated their services to remove lead paint and repaint the wheel."
(This excerpt taken from Trestle View Park website)
"The Museum’s property is itself an historic landmark and represents an era which changed the way Americans spent their summer vacations --- an example of the tradition of hospitality vital to the area’s history and economy since the 1800’s."
(This excerpt taken from Lake Winnipesaukee Museum website)
"We are pleased to offer you a FUN, safe, clean environment for the ULTIMATE interactive racing experience!"
(This excerpt taken from Weirs Beach Go-Kart Track website)