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About New Hampshire

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New Hampshire, located in the New England region, famous as ‘the Granite State’ is a lively tourist destination. It is surrounded by noted attractions in all directions—the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Vermont on the west, Quebec on the North and Massachusetts on the south. It is fifth smallest state by area and the tenth least populated of all fifty states. With a humid continental climate, it thrives with lakes, mountains, state parks, national forests, valleys, etc. The activities commonly practiced here include skiing, hiking, shopping and dining. For the accommodation of tourists, there are various types of vacation home rentals in New Hampshire— villas, cottages, condos, cabins and chalets.     

Why Visit New Hampshire?

New Hampshire is a chief hub of natural beauty and outdoor activities. Mountains, lakes and beaches adorn this destination. It is a perfect place for those, who like to cradle themselves in a natural paradise.

Things to Visit in New Hampshire

New Hampshire boasts both natural and man-made attractions that have made it one of the best tourist places in the country.  Nevertheless, those that have made most tourists go nuts include the following:

Fall Foliage: This is one of the best natural attractions in New Hampshire. It has maple trees and birches of different colors. September and October are the time to see it in its true colors.  Tourists can tread on any path that goes into it to see its different views. In addition, tourists can also enjoy its sights through helicopter tours and Lake Cruise.

Mt. Monadnock: Famous as "Currier & Ives Corner", it is an idyllic region with postcard villages—Harrisville, Hancock, Jaffrey Center and Fitzwilliam. It has mountains, thick forests, hiking trails, etc. The activities that tourists can enjoy here are strolling, hiking and climbing. The soothing atmosphere gives great relief to those who are both physically and mentally tired.

Kancamagus Highway: This is a two-lane NH route that goes into the White Mountains. It is 35 miles long and stretches from Conway to Lincoln and enables tourists to take views of many natural and man-made attractions. The chief natural features that tourists can spot on this route include Lower Falls and Rocky Gorge. Picnicking and swimming are two main activities that tourists can enjoy here. 

Clark's Trading Post: This is a big entertainment house that is known to have been entertaining people for the last five decades. Here, tourists can watch animals balancing on barrels, shooting basketball hoops and riding scooters. In addition, there are shows performed by a team of acrobats.  It is a good place to spend some time with kids during the summer season. The summer activities include splashing in a wave pool and enjoying two huge water slides and speed slides.

Currier Museum of Art and Zimmerman House: Located in New England, this grandiose museum has two floors. The first floor accommodates collections of contemporary, whereas the second floor has a collection of European paintings that include works done by Lorenzo de Costa, Corot, Tiepolo and Monet. It is an ideal place for those who like to delve themselves in past events. 

Beaches near New Hampshire

Beaches are the best places for tourists to relax and cool off in New Hampshire. Some of the beaches that are well-furnished and equipped with the modern amenities include the following:

Ellacoya State Park: Spread over 65-acre of land, it is a wonderful natural attraction in Gunstock Mountain Resort. It offers a large variety of summer activities to tourists, such as Segway tours, scenic lift rides and ziplines.

Jenness Beach: In comparison to other beaches, it is less crowded. Those, who do not like crowd, can enjoy a great time here.  It has a bathhouse, parking and bistros, restaurant and coffee shops. In addition, there is also a surf shop.

Wallis Sands State Beach: This beach is a good place to spend time with family members. During the summer season, tourists need to pay a small amount of admission charge. For the protection of tourists, lifeguards are deployed on a daily basis from 10 am to 5 pm. It has a shower room, changing room, parking and shops.

Weirs Beach: Located on the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee, this is the most popular beach in the state. It gets very crowded during the summer season.  It has a bathhouse and picnic tables for tourists. Its attractions include bumper cars, arcades, etc. The activities include dance cruises, family nights, foliage, etc.

Best Time to Visit New Hampshire

The best time to visit New Hampshire is from May 21st to September 30th. During this time the minimum temperature hovers around 7°C and the maximum around 30°C. Moreover, the weather remains moderate and there is the least chance of snowfall and rainfall.

How to Visit New Hampshire?

Tourists can visit New Hampshire from any part of the world without much hustle and bustle. The chief airports located here include Lebanon Municipal Airport, Manchester–Boston Regional Airport, Portsmouth International Airport at Pease.

Vacation Home Rentals in New Hampshire

Find American Rentals, one of the best New Hampshire vacation rentals by owner, provides no-booking-fee vacation rentals to tourists at affordable prices. Tourists are advised to contact it to book their accommodations. Its services are available around the clock without dilly-dallying.