Cranmore Mountain Resort– Located minutes from North Conway village, Cranmore Mountain Resort’s summer offerings include the Mountain Adventure Park and Aerial Adventure Park.  At the Mountain Adventure Park you can zoom down the Mountain Coaster, zip on the Soaring Eagle, fly through the air on the Giant Swing, race down the summer tubing hill and so much more!  The Aerial Adventure Park is an aerial forest ropes course consisting of 5 individual, elevated courses for different ability levels consisting of dozens of elements that will challenge you to new heights!  For more info, check out


Mount Washington Auto Road– A As America’s original manmade
attraction, the world famous Mount Washington Auto Road has thrilled visitors since 1861.  Take an 8 mile drive to the summit of Mt. Washington to explore the world above treeline and experience breathtaking views and exciting weather all at your own pace. Or, sit back and enjoy a comfortable 2hour, guided roundtrip tour, including free admission to the MWARObservatories new interactive experience on the summit, “Extreme Mount Washington”. Upon your return to the base, “Great Glen Trails and Outdoor Center” offers smooth and well marked carriage roads that twist and wind through beautiful meadows, scenic river beds and stunning mountain vistas … perfect for biking, hiking and walking. Great Glen Trails also offers guided
paddling tours, gift shops, as well as breakfast and lunch at the Great Glen
Cafe. Great Glen Trails and the Mt Washington Auto Road are located on Route 16 in Pinkham Notch just 20 minutes north of North Conway


Purity Spring Resort– Acres of fun on Rt 153 in Madison NH




Storyland–  Celebrating 60 years this season, generations have made memories at Storyland.  New this year is the Roar-O-Saurus!  For more info, check out





White Mountain National Forest – Established by the Weeks Act Sandwich_Rangeof 1911, and cover approximately 1,225 square miles, the White Mountain National Forest is a wonderful place to visit any time of the year.  You can hike the forest’s trails, take a scenic drive on the Kancamagus Highway, visit historic places like The Russell-Colbath House, cool off in the river, and a whole lot more.  For more information, contact the Saco Ranger District at 603.447.5448 or visit the White Mountain National Forest Website