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Discover The Fells 83.5 acres of beauty and tranquility; learn the legacy of diplomat and statesman John Milton Hay; tour the 22-room Colonial Revival home; explore the forests, walk the woodland trails; and enjoy the renowned gardens. The Fells is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a preservation project of The Garden Conservancy. (This excerpt taken from the The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens website)
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Newbury, NH
(range: 7 miles)
Anyone that has visited Mount Sunapee knows it’s a very special place. Upon arrival, you get the sense that this place might just be an extension of your family. It’s familiar, it’s warm (even in the middle of a cold winter’s day) and it’s a place where everyone in the family has fun. (This excerpt taken from the Mount Sunapee website)
Eastman Cross Country Center boasts over 36 km of impeccably groomed trails that stretch out over the championship golf course, meander through the woods along a crystal clear brook and glide over rolling hills in John’s Glen. Eastman offers trails for all ability levels, competitive rates, and our PSIA certified instructors are ready to introduce you to the sport or help you expand your skills. (This excerpt taken from the Eastman Cross Country Center website)
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Danbury, NH
(range: 8 miles)
Located under two hours from Boston in Danbury, NH; Ragged Mountain is the furthest place to get far away, close to home. With New Hampshire's only high-speed six passenger chairlift, 57 trails, including 17 glades, 3 terrain parks, and miles of groomers. Make Ragged Mountain your destination year-round with weddings and special occasions, or group functions. Come on up and Get Ragged! (This excerpt taken from the Ragged Mountain website)
The mission of The Nature Discovery Center is to develop awareness and appreciation of the natural world and the environment through the Museum's hands-on and interactive collections, trails, and educational programs. The collections include rocks, minerals, fossils, sea life, insects, mounted birds and mammals, and plants. There are also interpretive exhibits, hands-on activities (with prizes for children), and interpretive trails to enjoy. (This excerpt taken from the The Nature Discovery Center website)
A respect for the earth and all living things is central to the Native American way of life and this is reflected throughout Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum. Situated on 12.5-acres, MKIM is just 1 mile up Kearsarge Mountain Road in Warner, NH. Outdoors you will find the Medicine Wood Trail, the Betsy Janeway Arboretum and activity area with spectacular view of the Mink Hills.  (This excerpt taken from the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum website)
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Franklin, NH
(range: 15 miles)
The horticultural attraction in the beautiful Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Tarbin Gardens is the destination for nature lovers, bird and butterfly watchers, photographers and artists, and, of course, for garden enthusiasts. Flowering trees,shrubs and perennials fill the English landscape style gardens creating a parade of new vistas. There is always something new to experience.. Five acres of gardens exhibit the diversity of native and exotic plants, trees and shrubs that can be grown in central New Hampshire. (This excerpt taken from the Tarbin Gardens website)
The non-profit Franklin Outing Club offers year-round outdoor recreational activities for the entire family. Through generous contributions from members and business sponsors - these activities are provided at a reduced rate, or no cost - to members and non-members alike. The Outing Club serves the residents of the Capital Area & Lakes Region, as well as individuals ​visiting the State of New Hampshire.  (This excerpt taken from the Veterans Memorial Recreational Area website)
The Daniel Webster Birthplace is associated with the birth and early childhood years of Daniel Webster, one of our country's most respected orators and statesmen. While the site affords a view of the early years of Daniel Webster, it also provides a glimpse of 1700s farm life in the infant years of the United States. (This excerpt taken from the Daniel Webster Birthplace website)
The Enfield Shaker Museum and historic site, nestled in a valley between Mt. Assurance and Mascoma Lake in Enfield, New Hampshire, has been cherished for over 200 years. At its peak in the mid-19th century, the Enfield Shaker Village was home to three “Families” of Shakers. Today, their story is preserved and told by the Enfield Shaker Museum. (This excerpt taken from the Enfield Shaker Museum website)
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