Some Of My Favorite New Hampshire Attractions

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Most of the nationally known attractions are in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Because there are so many of them, I’ve written about them in my section about that specific area. If that’s what you’re looking for, jump to those pages from the menu bar on the left. In this section I’m going to tell you about a few other attractions around the state. Even though some of them aren’t nationally famous, they are definately worth your attention. I’ve broken them down by region and have written 4 sections about the state’s attractions.

As I explain to you in my home page, I don’t particularly love southern NH, but I’ll share a few things about it anyway, since there are so many things to do. There are a few bigger attractions in the area that are worth your visit. Southern NH is the most heavily populated area, so naturally this is where all the action is. Hundreds of shopping malls, movie theatres, restaurants, big airport… It’s not the prettiest part of NH, but it’s perfect for people who
get bored easily or don’t like the outdoors.

Some Of My Favorite New Hampshire Attractions

Next area of interest would be the NH seacoast. You might think this is weird but I don’t like the smell of saltwater or marshes, so I kind of avoid this area. That means that I don’t know a whole lot about it. If I’m going to make a website about New Hampshire though, I should probably tell you about all of it. I did some research and now I’ve got stuff to tell you, since there are millions of people that do love the ocean.

Moving up to the lakes region. Appropriately named: this is where the big masses of water are in NH. I travelled in this area every day for 4 years. (I was a delivery driver) It became my second home so I’ve got lot’s to talk about. It’s a great place to go if you love the outdoors, but also like having cell phone service! There are thousands of recreational activities in the area, and all the amenities you need.

Some Of My Favorite New Hampshire Attractions

Now, back to the White Mountains. What a great area! As I said a couple times, I’ve dedicated a whole other section to it, but I left some things out. In this section, I’m going to tell you about the major attractions that aren’t nationally known. (yet) If you’re more interested in the places that have been featured on “Good Morning America” or “National Geographic”, that’s ok. You can always come back here later!

For a more in-depth look at the hundreds of other activities in NH, I’ve got a great site to recommend. They list for you, all the smaller things that you won’t find anywhere unless you look up each town individually.