Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"Journey across the border of Maine and New Hampshire and you will find one of the most unique settings in all of New England. Province Lake Golf winds through the woods and wraps the lake. You can actually view Province Lake from 14 of the 18 holes."
(This excerpt taken from Province Lake Golf Club website)
"King Pine is located in East Madison, New Hampshire and has established a rich tradition of delivering enjoyment for kids and their families. King Pine is part of the Purity Spring Resort, located on a pristine private lake, and has celebrated over one hundred years of hospitality. Since 1939, a King Pine institution has been the Ski and Snowboard Camp for kids. This tradition is the longest running ski camp in the country."
(This excerpt taken from King Pine Ski Area website)
"Indian Mound Golf Club is player-friendly 18-hole golf course with a relatively level front 9 and gentle rolling terrain back 9."
(This excerpt taken from Indian Mound Golf Club website)
"Two historic houses and their barns, a reproduction schoolhouse and bandstand, and a millpond grace this restored country village. Plan to spend at least 3 hours once you arrive. Bring a picnic or enjoy lunch on site."
(This excerpt taken from 19th Century Villages website)
"Golf, Games & Go-Karts. Go-Karts Run Daily. Day & Nite Driving"
(This excerpt taken from White Lake Speedway website)
"The Barnstormers, located in the scenic village of Tamworth, NH, is one of the longest-running professional summer theatres in the country. The company was founded in 1931 by Francis Cleveland, the youngest son of President Grover Cleveland, Francis’s wife Alice and their friend Ed Goodnow – all of whom were involved with theatre on Broadway. Over eighty years later, their legacy continues."
(This excerpt taken from Barnstormers Theatre website)
"Explore over 200 years of self-sustained living, as we preserve the agricultural way of life in New Hampshire"
(This excerpt taken from Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm website)
"After earning his fortune in the shoe industry at the turn of the 20th century, Tom Plant focused his attention on the Ossipee Mountains in Moultonborough, New Hampshire. In 1913-1914, Tom and his wife Olive built a unique and stunning country estate, which they called Lucknow. The property spanned 6,300 acres and featured a 16-room Arts and Crafts mansion, stable and six car garage, two gate houses, a greenhouse, a golf course and tennis court, a man-made lake, a boathouse on Lake Winnipesaukee, and miles of carriage and bridle trials. For several years the Plants enjoyed a luxurious lifestyle at Lucknow, with state-of-the-art amenities, beautiful hand-made furnishings, and a large staff to run the estate."
(This excerpt taken from Castle in the Clouds website)
"Discover 70 outlets and retail stores, local boutiques, and restaurants at Settlers Green and Settlers Crossing."
(This excerpt taken from Settlers' Green Outlet Village website)
"Enter the world of 18th century pirates! Putt your way through mountain caves, over footbridges and under cascading waterfalls. Learn of the adventures and exploits of the roughest and rowdiest pirates that ever lived, amongst a setting of manicured landscaping, meandering streams and meticulously clean grounds."
(This excerpt taken from Pirate's Cove - North Conway website)