Summer rocks in NH and below are a few of the epic things you can do and see here!

Mount Washington is a must-visit place. You can ride the Cog Railway to the top and back. You can drive your own car up the Mount Washington Auto Road or do a guided tour. On a clear day, the views from Mt. Washington are breathtaking!

Do you like amusement parks? New Hampshire has some of those too. There is Story Land in Bartlett and the Fort Jefferson Fun Park and Santa’s Village in Jefferson, all of which are hot spots for families with young children. For the pre-teens and teens, Canobie Lake Park in Salem offers thrill rides, a log flume ride, water park area and more plus it has Kiddie Land to keep those younger siblings happy!

Looking to cool down this summer but want to avoid the sand? New Hampshire has 2 large water parks: Whale’s Tale in Lincoln, Water Country in Portsmouth. Both have a variety of water slides, a wave pool and a smaller area for the younger kids to play.

Feel like taking a cruise? The M/S Mount Washington on Lake Winnipesaukee offers scenic and dance dinner cruises. Sunapee Cruises on Lake Sunapee has 2 boats, one for day trips and one for dinner cruises.

If you like to spend your summer at the beach check out the seacoast area with Rye Beach, Jenness Beach, Hampton Beach or Wallis Sands Beach. Odiorne State Park in Rye is a great place for exploring tide pools and viewing some fascinating ocean creatures and plants.

NH has many great hiking opportunities! You can find more information on hiking in the White Mountains, including trail maps, at www.nhstateparks.org.

Want to visit an archeological site? Try America’s Stonehenge located in Salem. More information can be found at www.stonehengeusa.com.

Clark’s Trading Post in Lincoln is known for its trained bears but also offers water boats, Segway rides and a steam powered train ride. www.clarkstradingpost.com

NASCAR fan? Then the New Hampshire Motor Speedway is the place for you. The 2018 Race Weekend will be held from July 20-22. For more information on Race Weekend and other racing events please visit http://www.nhms.com.

There is no shortage of things to do in NH this summer. For a more complete list of fun summer activities, please visit www.visitnh.gov.

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