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Located in Bennington, NH
9 miles from Windsor
"100 acres of impeccably groomed terrain, tree glades, and challenging steeps catering to a variety of experience levels. Home to the Rocket and Midnight Madness making Crotched Mountain the only ski area on the east coast that allows you for skiing & snowboard 'til 12am!"
(This excerpt taken from Crotched Mountain Ski & Ride Area website)
Located in Henniker, NH
11 miles from Windsor
"PATS PEAK, located in Henniker, NH, has been under the Patenaude family ownership for nearly 60 years. PATS PEAK has 28 well-groomed trails for all abilities, 9 gladed areas, 3 terrain parks, a snowtubing park, 11 lifts, 100 percent snowmaking and some of the most challenging skiing in Southern New Hampshire."
(This excerpt taken from Pats Peak website)
Located in Keene, NH
13 miles from Windsor
"We Are Small, But We Have A LOT To Offer!! From Novice Carpet, to Handle Tow, Granite Gorge has what you need! Also Offering Snow Mobile rides to the top of the mountain for a low cost!!"
(This excerpt taken from Granite Gorge Ski Area website)
Located in Newbury, NH
16 miles from Windsor
"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 Mount Sunapee website)
Located in Warner, NH
16 miles from Windsor
"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, Indian artifacts, 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 Nature Discovery Center website)
Located in Warner, NH
16 miles from Windsor
"Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, Education and Cultural Center, is dedicated to connecting people of today with 20,000 years of ongoing Native American cultural expression. The Museum embraces cultural diversity and encourages responsible environmental action based on respect for nature. Through exhibitions and programs, the Museum seeks to challenge and inspire all of us to improve the quality of our lives and our world."
(This excerpt taken from Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum website)
Located in Newbury, NH
16 miles from Windsor
"The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens is one of New England's finest examples of an early 20th-century summer estate. Come and discover 83.5 conserved acres of beauty and tranquility; learn the legacy of its founder, diplomat and statesman John Milton Hay, during historic guided tours of the 22-room Colonial Revival home; explore forest succession and nature's diversity while walking woodland trails; and enjoy the renowned gardens."
(This excerpt taken from The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens website)
Located in Jaffrey, NH
18 miles from Windsor
"Monadnock State Park is located in and around the 3,165-ft. Mount Monadnock. The park is surrounded by thousands of acres of protected highlands. In 1987, Mount Monadnock was designated a National Natural Landmark. The park offers year-round recreational opportunities."
(This excerpt taken from Monadnock State Park website)
Located in Keene, NH
18 miles from Windsor
"Cheshire Children's Museum focuses on our local Monadnock community, regions of New Hampshire, and the world far from us."
(This excerpt taken from Cheshire Children's Museum website)
Located in Keene, NH
18 miles from Windsor
"The Wyman Tavern is one of Keene's most historic houses and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built more than two centuries ago, the Historical Society currently maintains the Tavern as a period house museum representing the periods from 1760 to 1820."
(This excerpt taken from Wyman Tavern Museum website)
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