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New Hampshire’s Covered Bridges

It’s that time of year when the iconic covered bridge brings holiday spirit and sentiment. Below is a list of lovely covered bridges found here in our New Hampshire backyard.   Blair Covered Bridge Town: Campton (Grafton County) The Blair Bridge is a wooden covered bridge originally built in 1829 that crosses the Pemigewasset River […]

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The Best Outdoor Recreation Gear & Rental Shops In New Hampshire

#1. Effortless Adventure Store locations: Plymouth This is one of New Hampshire’s premier rental camping and backpacking gear outfitters. They also offer guided and self-guided adventures.   #2. REI Store locations: North Conway Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI) is a retail chain carrying gear, apparel, and footwear for a wide range of outdoor and fitness activities. […]

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The Seven Principles of Leave No Trace

Principle #1: Plan and Prepare Know the regulations and special concerns for the area you plan to visit. Prepare for rapidly changing weather, hazards, and unexpected emergencies. Schedule your trip to avoid times of high use. Visit in small groups when possible. Principle #2: Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces Durable surfaces include maintained trails […]

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Where To Go Stargazing In New Hampshire

To get the best possible stargazing experience, you’ll want to head out on a night that is nearly clear from cloud cover and find a location with minimal light pollution. Winter offers some of the best stargazing of the year. The reward of seeing some of the most apparent stars in the sky is well […]

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The Lakes Of New Hampshire

1. Lake Winnipesaukee County: Belknap/Carroll Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest lake in New Hampshire and is located in the Lakes Region. It is home to more than 250 islands and inlets and is a highly visited tourist destination year-round. 2. Lake Sunapee County: Sullivan/Merrimack Lake Sunapee is located in western New Hampshire and is the fifth-largest lake […]

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Your Guide To New Hampshire’s State Parks

1. Odiorne Point State Park Town: Rye (Rockingham County) Odiorne Point State Park is a family-friendly park located along the seacoast. Enjoy walking along with a network of trails or visit the Seacoast Science Center, which is situated in the park. 2. Rollins State Park Town: Warner (Merrimack County) Rollins State Park is home to […]