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Glen, NH
(range: < 1 mile)
Story Land is the best children's theme park in New Hampshire, offering rides and entertainment to thousands of families with young children for over 65 years. New generations of children, their parents, and grandparents visit year after year to share past memories and create new ones in the Land Where Fantasy Lives! This kid friendly amusement park features over 30 attractions perfect for making your little ones smile, from the Polar Coaster to Cinderella's Castle. (This excerpt taken from the Story Land website)
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Bartlett, NH
(range: 2 miles)
Attitash Mountain Resort offers 68 trails and 11 lifts across two big, connected mountains (Attitash & Bear Peak) that combine traditional New England runs and challenging terrain with modern, wide-open cruisers suited for all abilities. Located in the heart of the White Mountains, Attitash Mountain Resort is considered New Hampshire's premier year-round vacation area. (This excerpt taken from the Attitash website)
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Jackson, NH
(range: 2 miles)
At the Wentworth Golf Club in Jackson Village, the picturesque course provides outstanding views of the majestic Presidential Range and the scenic splendor of the Wildcat and Ellis Rivers as they meander throughout the course. (This excerpt taken from the Wentworth Golf Club website)
Diana’s Baths is a series of pools and cascades on Lucy Brook about a three quarter mile walk on the Moat Mountain Trail (northern terminus). The section of the trail up to the Baths is ADA with benches along the way. There is a large parking lot, toilets, and trash collection at the site along with a self serve pay station. The parking lot is maintained for winter use. Due to safety concerns, parking along the roadway at this location is specifically prohibited. (This excerpt taken from the Diana’s Baths website)
Built in 1879, Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club is one of the few remaining Grand Hotels in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Constructed to provide respite for visitors to the mountains of Carter Notch, this timeless hotel in Jackson, New Hampshire, now attracts generations of guests with its captivating views, idyllic location, 9-hole golf course, and award-winning cuisine at Highfields Restaurant. (This excerpt taken from the Eagle Mountain House website)
The MWV Children's Museum - building tomorrow's grown-ups by providing opportunities for children and their care givers to learn through play. (This excerpt taken from the MWV Children's Museum website)
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Jackson, NH
(range: 3 miles)
Jackson Ski Touring Foundation presents state of the art grooming on trails designed to suit every taste and ability, whether you prefer quiet striding through old growth New England forest or all out skate skiing and an international race course. You can visit on-trail destinations: the warming cabin and Cocoa Cabin on the Ellis River Trail and numerous eateries and pubs and inns. All this is contained within a charming New England village that takes pride in its long established traditions of great skiing and warm hospitality. (This excerpt taken from the Jackson XC website)
Enjoy an old-fashioned railroading experience with all trains departing from an 1874 train station in North Conway Village. Whether you choose one of Heritage Valley Excursions on the Valley Train or take the Mountaineer to Crawford Notch, this is a journey back in time the whole family is sure to enjoy. (This excerpt taken from the Conway Scenic Railroad website)
From skiing and snowboarding to shopping at its famous discount retail outlets, recreation and fun centered around Cranmore Mountain Resort abound in scenic North Conway. The resort itself holds a long tradition of ski culture that dates back to the great Ski Meister Hannes Schneider in 1939. (This excerpt taken from the Cranmore Mountain website)
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Jackson, NH
(range: 5 miles)
Nestled in the heart of the Mount Washington Valley, Black Mountain has been serving up snow, smiles and memories since 1935. From the Shovel Handle, the first overhead cable lift in the country, to snowmaking on the Whitney slope in 1957, one of the first snowmaking systems in New England, Black’s history is rich with a commitment to its skiers and riders. Today, Black offers skiing and riding for all ages and abilities across over 140 acres, 5 lifts and 45 trails. (This excerpt taken from the Black Mountain website)
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