The rugged beauty of the White Mountains and the friendly locals welcome you when you choose to camp in New Hampshire. Only in New Hampshire can you start your day shopping by the beach and end it with a romantic dinner looking out at the highest peak in the Northeast. Filled with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors while biking, bird watching, hiking, climbing, hunting, fishing and more, this state may be small, but there’s plenty to explore.

    Currier Gallery of Art
    Currier Gallery of Art – The Currier Gallery of Art is an internationally renowned art museum featuring European and American paintings, decorative arts and sculptures…all in a classic setting.

    Charmingfare Farm
    Visit the largest collection of Agricultural Animals & North American Wildlife in NH. A visit to this 180-acre farm is affordable, educational, and exciting for children and adults. The farm is home to over 200 animals. The barnyard offers traditional farm animals, hands-on petting area, pony rides, horse-drawn hayrides.

    Canobie Lake Park
    This state-of-the-art amusement park features over 45 rides including 4 coasters, the Log Flume water ride, the Timber Splash water coaster, a hand-painted antique carousel, authentic steam train, giant skywheel, over a dozen kiddie rides, a tantalizing variety of foods, fabulous prizes and merchandise to win, live entertainment, fireworks, and much more!

    League of NH Craftsmen’s Gallery
    Founded in 1932, the League of NH Craftsmen is one of the oldest and most prestigious craft organizations in the country. The League was formed during the years of the Depression to help New Hampshire craftspeople make a living through difficult financial times, through education and by building an audience and market for fine handmade craft. The League continues this mission today.

    New England Ski Museum
    The museum dedicated to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting elements from the broad spectrum of ski history for the purpose of research, education, and entertainment. The Museum houses the most extensive collection of historical ski equipment, clothing, film, photographs, literature, and artwork in the East.

    Hobo Railroad
    The HOBO Railroad is just minutes away from the Old Man of the Mountains and departs in Lincoln.  Enjoy a complete family railroad adventure.  Travel through a natural woodsy setting along the twisting “Pemi” River, just minutes away from Franconia Notch. You can relax, wave to the tubers and kayakers, watch as young boys swing out over a long rope attached to Swimming Hole Bridge for a splash into the cool river. Named as Best Train Ride for Kids by NH Magazine.

    Six Gun City Amusement Park
    We got you covered here at Six Gun City and Fort Splash Water park! Take a quick trip and dip on the Tomahawk Run Waterslide, a shorter run down the Cheyenne Falls Children’s Waterslide, or simply relax and play in our very own Fort Splash wading pool!

    Frost Place
    The Frost Place is a nonprofit educational center for poetry and the arts based at Robert Frost’s old homestead, which is owned by the town of Franconia, New Hampshire.??The Frost Place was founded in 1976 when a group of neighbors led by David Schaffer and Van Macklin persuaded the Franconia town meeting to approve the purchase of the farmhouse where Robert Frost and his family lived full-time from 1915 to 1920 and spent nineteen summers. A board of trustees was given responsibility for management of the house and its associated programs.

    The Mt. Washington Cog Railway
    The ever-changing surroundings, the magnificent views, the sights and sounds of unique steam locomotives in action, and some of the steepest Railway tracks in existence, combine to place it among the best of the world’s great railway journeys. This is a trip that must be made to be fully appreciated!

    Friendly Farm
    Imagine a place where people and animals mingle comfortably. Where you and your family can enjoy farm animals at their best – in a clean, natural and relaxed atmosphere. Such a place is The Friendly Farm.