We did our best to create many categories of ways to play in NH, but not every activity fits neatly into a box. If you are not sure where to start when planning a trip or just going for a drive in NH or just want some general information sites to visit, here are some links that you may find helpful. They have lots of great information about where to go, how to get there and what to do once you are there.
NH Division of Parks and Recreation is a statewide organization that manages 72 state parks, campgrounds, waysides and natural areas, and historic sites; oversees the Bureau of Trails that are used for snowmobiles, ATV’s, hiking, biking, cross country skiing, sled dog mushing, and equestrian use.
Visit NH is New Hampshire’s main tourism site and one of the most comprehensive sites for everything NH.
NH Outdoors provides resources for all NH outdoor recreation activities – hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, golf, boating and more.
NH Adventures offers suggestions on hiking, biking, climbing, trail running, family activities and more.
Visit New Hampshire is another travel and tourism site with lots of general information about NH.
NH Living offers comprehensive information about what to do, where to stay and eat, and what’s happening across New Hampshire.
New Hampshire.com 101 Things List is a not to be missed bucket list for getting the most out of NH.
The NH Wildlife Federation promotes conservation, environmental education, environmental studies, sportsmanship, and outdoor activities such as hunting and fishing.
GoNewEngland connects you with resources for planning your New Hampshire getaway with links to accommodations, shopping, dining, sightseeing, cultural attractions, camping, recreation, and more.
Go New Hampshire features a NH travel and vacation guide that has a wide array of information to help you plan your trip to New Hampshire. Their travel guide and vacation planner contains hundreds of pictures, maps, trails, etc.
NH Tour Guide provides a virtual tour of the state of NH and includes detailed information about New Hampshire’s hotels, NH restaurants, NH state parks and live webcams from around the state of NH.
The bed and breakfast experience is one of the best ways to get to know a particular locale in New England and enjoy a meal that is bound to beat the local drive-through. Check out a full listing on the New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast Associationsite. If you’re looking for a “green” place to stay, check out the NH Sustainable Lodging & Restaurant Program.
Here are some additional sites that contain regional information:
- The Great North Woods
- White Mountains
- Lakes Region
- Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee
- Monadnock Region
- Merrimack Valley
- Seacoast Region
Other areas of NH that have good information websites:
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