New Hampshire Travel Guide – White Mountains & Lake Winnipesaukee

In the video we state Clarks Bears Amusement Park in Lincoln is closed, this is incorrect. The gift shop is closed til Memorial Day, but the park is open, so make sure to visit

We travel across the White Mountains of New Hampshire in this video showing Lake Winnipesaukee, the Pemigewasset River, The Swift River, The Saco River and Ammonoosuc River. We explore the state parks of Franconia Notch & Crawford Notch. We give travel tips for Weirs Beach, Meredith, Lincoln, North Conway, and Bethlehem. We feature 4 scenic trains, The Hobo & Lake Winnipesaukee Railroad, The Cafe Lafayette Railroad, & show all 3 excustions of The Conway Scenic Railway.

LACONIA / WEIRS BCH / MEREDITH, NH
Rentals:
-Winni Marine (2:58) 96 Channel Ln, Laconia
-Winnipesaukee Pier Boat Rentals (4:23) WinnipesaukeePier.com
-Ekal Activity Center Boat Rentals (5:51) 258 Daniel Webster Hwy, Meredith

Entertainment:
-MS Mt Washington Cruise (3:36) 211 Lakeside Ave, Laconia, NH www.CruiseNH.com
-Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad (3:50) 211 Lakeside Ave, Weirs Beach www.HoboRR.com
-Weirs Drive-In Theatre (3:03) 76 Endicott St E, Laconia
-Logs of Fun Adventere Golf (3:07) 36 Endicott St E, Laconia
-Halfmoon Penny Arcade & Bumper Cars (4:37) 240 Lakeside Ave, Laconia
-Funspot Family Entertainment Ctr (5:10) 579 Endicott St N. Laconia

Dining:
-The Dive Floating Bar & Grille (3:30) www.thedive-nh.com/
-Tower Hill Tavern (4:44) 264 Lakeside Ave, Laconia
-Town Docks Restaurant (06:08) 289 Daniel Webster Hwy, Meredith
-Bay Point Lago Restaurant (06:40) 1 NH Rt 25, Meredith

Lodging:
-Sun Valley Cottages (4:51) 686 Endicott St N, Laconia www.SunValley.com
-Church Landing at Mills Falls (5:32) 281 Daniel Webster Hwy, Meredith www.MillsFalls.com
-Bay Point at Mills Falls (06:37) 1 NH Rt 25, Meredith

Nature Trails
-Lavarack Nature Trail at Hawkins Brook (6:56) 24 NH Rt 25, Meredith

LINCOLN, NH
Dining:
Covered Bridge Farm Table (7:25) 57 Blair Rd, Campton
The Atrium Winery (9:03) 25 South Mountain Dr Lincoln
One Love Brewery (9:06) 25 South Mountain Dr, Lincoln

Entertainment:
Hobo Scenic Railroad (7:58) 64 Railroad St, Lincoln www.HoboRR.com
Jean’s Playhouse (9:32) 34 Paper Mill Dr, Lincoln
Hobo Adventure Golf (8:45) 64 Railroad St, Lincoln
Clark’s Bears Amusement Park (10:33) 110 Daniel Webster Hwy, Lincoln, NH
Lafayette Dinner Train (10:58) 3 Crossing at Riverplace, North Woodstock

Lodging:
-Riverwalk Resort at Loon Mountain (8:53) 22 S. Mountain Dr, Lincoln www.RiverwalkResortAtLoon.com

Nature Trails:
The Flume Gorge (9:34) 852 Daniel Webster Hwy, Lincoln, NH
Lincoln-Woods Trail (10:04) 1 Kancamagus Hwy, Lincoln
Kancamagus Highway (11:23) Lincoln to Conway

NORTH CONWAY (13:00)
Nature:
Saco River Covered Bridge (13:00) East Side Rd, Conway, NH
Whitaker Woods Biking & Walking Trails (13:07) 2820 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway
Echo Lake State Park (13:15) 68 Echo Lake Rd, North Conway

Entertainment:
Conway Scenic Railway (13:38) 68 Norcross Cir, North Conway www.ConwayScenic.com
Eastern Slope Playhouse (15:08) 2760 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway

Food:
Peaches Restaurant (13:48) 2506 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway
Thai Nakornping Restaurant (15:12) 2115 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway
Zeb’s General Store (14:56) 2675 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway
Chef’s Bistro (14:03) 2724 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway
Cabin Fever Restaurant (16:57) 1395 US 302, Bartlett, NH

Lodging:
Yankee Clipper Inn (15:21) 1769 White Mtn Hwy, North Conway
Adventure Suites (15:38) 3440 White Mtn Hwy, North Conway
Covered Bridge Bed & Breakfast (16:07) 404 US 302, Glen, NH
Attitash Mountain Village (16:23) 784 US 302, Bartlett, NH
Bartlett Inn & Cottages (17:00) 1477 Crawford Notch Rd, Bartlett, NH
Villager Motel (16:50) 1126 US Hwy 302, Bartlett, NH

BETHLEHEM / BRETTON WOODS, NH
Cog Railway (20:25) 3168 Base Station Rd, Bretton Woods, NH www.TheCog.com
Drummond’s Mountain Shop (Ski & Sports Rentals) 2272 US Hwy 302, Bretton Woods, NH
Maia Papaya (21:49) 2161 Main St, Bethlehem, NH
Hearthside Village Cottage Motel (22:05) 1267 Main St, Bethlehem, NH
Presidential Mountain Resort (22:11) 1108 Main St, Bethlehem, NH

Source: TampaAerialMedia YouTube Channel

22 thoughts on “New Hampshire Travel Guide – White Mountains & Lake Winnipesaukee

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    NH is full if racist white liberals who will over pay to be with their own kind.

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    Once I came here for college I could never move away. Live Free or Die. NH is the place for me.

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    I've never been to NH, nor have I ever met anyone from NH in my 30 years of life.
    Glad this video exists.

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    Nice video shows the real beauty of these northeaster states Also Rt 3 Never goes into maine..

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    Born raised rural N.H. The state has lost its way. Overrun with Massholes now. Liberal cockroaches moved in.

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    You've put together the best video of New Hampshire that I've seen. You encompassed a great blend of scenic video with pertinent information. My plan is to retire in NH. Thank you, great work. #LiveFreeOrDie 🇺🇸

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    I am an immigrant from Rwanda, coming in the Granite State in 2017. The best decision I have ever made in my whole life is to choose NH. Beautiful State and amazing people.

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    Clarks was open this past summer (2020). They just close for the season around October. We also pronounce it "kang-a-mang-us lol Love this video. Sending it to my in laws who are visiting this summer

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    im 52 and was born and raised here.i tried st.cloud fla in the winter of 90-91.not for me and i came back.fla is a beautiful state but theres nothing like home.

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    Lived in NH for over a decade and you are showing me things I want to do. Enjoyed your nice commentary as well as the beautiful footage.

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    "When the first Europeans landed on the shores of New Hampshire, that spirit was forged by the desire to be free" – Love this whitewashed narrative that completely erases the indigenous peoples that existed in the Americas way before a European ever showed up on its shores. This land was stolen. Indigenous peoples were massacred. "Forged by the desire to be free" – at the expense of others' freedom. DO NOT OMMIT THAT. Do you think Winnipesaukee is derived from a European language? No. It's indigenous. Stop with the erasure/ revisionist history that portrays Europeans as pioneers in history books. They came, they stole, and they massacred. Please have some respect for the original dwellers of this great land.

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    Born and raised in the NH lakes region. 53 years I have lived in the same house.
    The NH of today is nothing at all like the NH I knew as a kid. It's just northern Mass now.
    It's actually crowded here now. I plan on retiring in a much more remote and unpopulated spot. Perhaps Maine. But maybe Idaho or Wyoming. Need room to breathe and not hear cars and planes and boats 24/7. Because that is what this place is now. A constant low hum, and way too many idiots.

  • March 27, 2021 at 8:56 am
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    dont go to portsmouth, god i hate portsmouth

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