Recreation – No matter where you stay in the Waterville Valley Region, there are endless recreational opportunities just minutes away. Spring and fall are perfect for biking, peaceful walks, and some of the best trout fishing and hunting in New England. In Summer enjoy paddling, camping, swimming, boating, tubing, rock climbing, and hiking. Winter activieies include big mountain and nordic skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, skating, snowboarding, and ice fishing. Year round visitors can enjoy shopping, fine dining, and nightlife throughout the region.
Resources – Water resources abound throughout the region, including scores of lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams. Scenic waterfalls, gorgeous fall foliage, and panoramic vistas greet the traveler at every turn. The White Mountains’soaring 4000’ peaks attact climbers and winter sports enthusiasts from all over the world. Some of the best skiing in the Northeast can be found right here in the Waterville Valley Region. The White Mountain National Forest provides everything the outdoor enthusiast is looking for.
Heritage – Central New Hampshire has a deep cultural and historical heritage. This is an unspoiled land, a place of small villages, porch rockers and crackling fireplaces. A place of lilacs, apple blossoms, brillaint fall foliage. A place of true Yankee hospitality. Travel the winding country roads and explore museums, antique shops, and historic buildings. Discover stone walls, church suppers, maple sugar houses, and covered bridges. Experience a traditional small town Fourth of July celebration, complete with parades, lemonade, hotdogs, and spectacular fireworks. It’s all here waiting for you!