Expert Travel Advice to New Hampshire

Top Answers To New Hampshire Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Yes, Weirs Beach, NH has a big waterslide that your family can cool off in during the hot summer days! The link below will give you more information. http://bit.ly/b05XSw
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Hi, Lisa, I'm guessing that might apply to lots of restaurants and inns that feed you up over the Thanksgiving holiday. Any chance you could be more specific?
  • Anonymous user answered:
    While we love a challenge here at Away.com Answer Central, the brain trust probably needs a little more info to help you out here. It's not like there's a single road linking these two very varied New England states. Assuming you are sticking to the main interstates, I'd say you're looking at lots of watery attractions along the NH Seacoast (the Portsmouth/I-95 corridor) and up toward Portland, ME, Bar Harbor (including Acadia National Park), and inland toward Bangor, ME (including nearby Baxter State Park and imposing Mount Katahdin). If you're outdoorsy at all, you'll find plenty to do, ranging from sea kayaking to biking to hiking to skiing in winter.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Sounds like you're thinking of North Conway's Adventure Suites: http://www.adventuresuites.com/

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