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Open meadows, mature forests, and marsh boardwalks connect interactive natural exhibits where native animals reside: black bears, mountain lions, raptors, river otters, bobcats, and more. (This excerpt taken from the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center website)
This is the largest Wilderness on the White Mountain National Forest. Between 1880 and 1940, what is now the Pemigewasset Wilderness contained the largest logging railroad system in the White Mountains, including 72 miles of train lines. Over 1 billion board feet of timber was removed from the 66,000 acre watershed. In 1907, a 10-day wildfire fed on leftover logging slash. After years of unsustainable logging and the enormous fire of 1907, the Pemigewasset Wilderness has re-grown to include beautiful terrain for backpacking, hiking, and experiencing nature. (This excerpt taken from the Pemigewasset Wilderness website)
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Rumney, NH
(range: 9 miles)
Polar Caves were formed during the last Ice Age when a glacier moved across the landscape, dropping granite boulders at the base of what’s now known as Hawk’s Cliff. As they fell, the boulders formed passageways, around and through which, we’ve built boardwalks and stairs to allow for deeper exploration.  (This excerpt taken from the Polar Caves website)
Come aboard mates! Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of swashbuckling pirates! Putt your way through mountain caves, over footbridges and under cascading waterfalls. Learn of the exploits of the rowdiest pirates that ever roamed the seas. (This excerpt taken from the Pirate's Cove - Weirs Beach website)
The Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad is located in the village of Meredith, NH at the northern end of Lake Winnipesaukee with a satellite ticket booth located on the Boardwalk at Weirs Beach, NH. Operating on a rail system that was once home to the famous Boston, Concord & Montreal line in the late 1800’s, we offer old-fashioned train rides along the western shore of NH’s largest lake from Meredith to Weirs Beach (located in the middle of our route) to Lakeport and back. (This excerpt taken from the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad website)
For 148 years, the M/S Mount Washington has offered scenic tours and dinner cruises on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire’s largest lake. Located at the foothills of the White Mountains and surrounded by mountain ranges, this historic ship navigates more than 300 islands and 44,000 acres of crystal clear water. (This excerpt taken from the Mount Washington Cruises 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 the 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 the Weirs Beach Go-Kart Track website)
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Laconia, NH
(range: 15 miles)
One of the best family vacation destinations in the New Hampshire Lakes Region - Daytona Fun Park - provides family-friendly activities that are guaranteed fun for all ages on your family vacation to The Weirs Beach area of Lake Winnipesaukee. It's great fun for Birthday Parties, large groups, or the whole family! (This excerpt taken from the Daytona Fun Park website)
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Laconia, NH
(range: 15 miles)
Welcome to The NASWA Resort located right on beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee, where the Makris Family has been welcoming you for the summer since 1935. Whether it’s an adventurous weekend stay, a romantic getaway, or a peaceful break from everyday life with your family, our Lakes Region resort has something for everyone. (This excerpt taken from the The NASWA Resort website)
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