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Lakes Region and Lake Winnipesaukee
"Things to Do"

  • Mount Washington Cruises - Weirs Beach and Alton Bay:

    Take a cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the M/S Mount Washington and see why many call it the most beautiful scenic cruise in New England.

  • Castle in the Clouds - Moultonborough:

    Family fun resort with camping, hiking, castle tours, dining on our deck and great entertainment. Planned & Supervised Daily Activities for All Ages from Tots to Teens to Adults.

  • FunSpot - Weirs Beach:

    Funspot is the worlds largest arcade and offers visitors over 600 games, including 300 classic arcade games, PLUS a 20 lane ten pin and candlepin bowling center, cash bingo, indoor mini-golf, a restaurant and a tavern. Bring the kids or be a kid yourself.

  • Weirs Beach Go-Kart Track - Weirs Beach:

    Everyone loves racing. Fun go-kart track located across from Funspot. One $7 race on the 1/4 mile track will get you about 4-5 laps.

  • Weirs Beach Water Park - Weirs Beach:

    Though the water tubes and fly down the water slides on your tube. Great family fun all summer at the Weirs.

  • Wolfeboro Village - Wolfeboro:

    Everyone has a favorite place. Wolfeboro's charm, taverns, ice cream and old lake village atmosphere says it all. Make a stop in Wolfeboro by boat or car and you'll enjoy the activities.

  • Weirs Beach - Laconia -

    Weirs Beach is Lake Winnipesaukee's most popular beach and home base to a lot of family attractions. The 1300 foot long boardwalk offers amazing views of the lake and mountains.

  • Mill Falls Marketplace -

    Merediths very best shopping experience. Mill Falls Marketplace offers a truly unique shopping and dining 11 fabulous shops, 5 distinctive restaurants, brick walkways, flower gardens, a 40' waterfall .

  • Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad - Weirs Beach:

    Enjoy a nostalgic scenic excursion along the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee. The train travels between Meredith and Lakeport, always within view of the lake. The railroad line was built in 1849 as part of the Boston & Maine railroad,

  • Mt Major - Alton

    New England's largest small mountain for all ages and offers some the best views of the Lake Winnipesaukee and Ossipee mountain range. Use carefull planning as it is a half day hike and you will encounter a few challenging spots. Bring plenty of water and wear hiking shoes for some areas are steep and can be wet and slippery.

  • Monkey Trunks - Weirs Laconia:

    Monkey Trunks offers an adrenaline filled course with something for every age. Try the king kong course with 48 challenges, 3 ziplines and a giant swing. Three different levels from 10-55' with the lower lower designed especially for kids. Spectacular day event in the lake Winnipesaukee area.

  • Annalee Doll Museum -

    Trace the evolution of Annalee Thorndike and her dolls, from 1934 to the present, at the Annalee Doll Museum, complete with its exterior reproduction of her childhood home. You'll be treated to a massive collection of dolls, from every decade of her career.

  • Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park -

    Family fun resort with camping, swimming, beach, minigolf, and great entertainment. Planned & Supervised Daily Activities for All Ages from Tots to Teens to Adults.

  • E. Stanley Wright Museum -

    The Wright Museum is a non-profit institution dedicated to teaching present and future generations about the conditions on and the contributions of the American Home Front during the Second World War (1939-1945). The Wright Museum engages in the collection, preservation, and exhibition of memorabilia, books, films, records, vehicles, and other relevant artifacts.

  • The Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad-

    The Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad runs along Meredith Bay to Weirs Beach for spectacular views of Lake Winnipesaukee and its islands, to Paugus Bay and its marinas and it's lavish summer residences, then onto Lakeport to watch boats.

  • Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm -

    Explore the family's home with its antique period furnishings. Marvel at early medical history and see what a doctor's office would have looked like in the days of the horse and buggy and Model T's.

  • Squam Lakes Natural Science Center -

    From bears to bobcats, owls to otters, this natural science center provides everyone with an opportunity to see wildlife close up and learn about their habitats. Enjoy our scenic ferry ride through the squam lake natural shoreline habitat. Perfect adventure day for family or couples.

  • Polar Caves Park -

    The Polar Caves in Rumney NH offer spectacular views and a glacially formed network of caves. These caves, unlike the typical caves most people think of, were not formed by water but by glaciers over 50,000 years ago. Enjoy a day in the White Mountains National Forrest, the neighbor of the lakes region area north.

  • New Hampshire International Speedway - Louden NH

    New England's largest sports facility. NASCAR, IRL, AMA, Vintage and amateur racing. Events run from April through October.

  • New Hampshire Boat Museum -

    Included in this exciting exhibit are boats ranging from 10' to 26', marine signs, poster work, outboard motors, lake artifacts, and memorabilia.