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Welcome/Information Centers

Year-Round Welcome/Information Centers

Canterbury, I-93 Northbound

Hooksett, I-93 Northbound

Hooksett, I-93 Southbound

Lebanaon, I-89 Southbound

Littleton, I-93, Exit 44

North Conway, Routes 16 & 302

Salem, I93 Northbound

Sanbornton, I-93 Southbound

Seabrook, I-95 Northbound

Springfield, I-89 Northbound

Sutton, I-89 Southbound

Seasonal Welcome/Information Centers

Memorial Day through Columbus Day

Antrim, Route 9

Colebrook, Route 3

Epsom, Routes 4 & 202

Rumney, Route 25

Shelburne, Route 2

Visitor Centers

Campton, I-93, Exit 28

Lincoln, I-93, Exit 32

New Hampton, I-93, Exit 23

Portsmouth, I-95, Exit 7

Firetowers

  1. Belknap Mt. 2,384' (State) Gilford: From Route 11A at Gilford Village. Follow Belknap Mtn. Rd. south for 2.4 mi to Belknap Carriage Rd., forks left and leads to a parking area. Green Trail (.7 mi) is short and fairly rough; Red Trail (.8 mi) is slightly longer and more scenic.
  2. Blue Job 1356' (State) Farmington: From Rte. 202A 5.4 mi. East of its junction with Rte.126 in Ctr. Strafford or 2.8 mi. West of its junction with NH 202 near Rochester, take Crown Point Rd. 5.6 mi. Two trails lead a half-mile to the summit.
  3. Cardigan Mtn. 3121' (State) Orange: From Rte.118 about 0.5 mi. North of Canaan, turn East at a Cardigan sign and drive 4.1 miles to parking area. Westside trail from parking area (1.4 mi.) to summit.
  4. Croydon Mtn. 2781' (State) Croydon: Private land NOT open to the public.
  5. Federal Hill 690' (State) Milford: From Rt. 101A take Ponemah Hill Rd. south at the tower sign. Follow Ponemah Hill Rd. for about 1 mi. Tower road is gated on the west side of road. From Rt. 13 take Emerson Frontage Rd. past Hampshire Hills fitness Ctr. to the intersection of Emerson; and Ponemqh Hill for about 1 mile.
  6. Hyland Hill 1510' (State) Westmoreland: Rt.12N from Keene to East Westmoreland. Turn left onto South Village Rd. 1/2 to Hurricane Rd. on left. About 1 mile to Woods Rd. on the right. Bear left at Fork. Tower is approx. 1.5 miles from Hurricane Rd.
  7. Green Mtn.1907' (State)Effingham: For the foot trail, take Rte. 254.3 mi east from its junction with Rte.16 in Ctr. Ossipee, then turn right and go south on Green Mountain Rd. 1.4 mi. Turn left onto Highwatch Rd. and go 1.3 mi to the trailhead (.1 m1 beyond the Lakeview (facility). From here to the summit is 1.4mi.
  8. Kearsarge Mt. 2937' (State) Wilmot,Warner: The tower can be reached from the north (Wilmot) by a trail (1.1 mi.) or from the south by the carriage road and trail. The trail side can be reached by following signs to Winslow State Park (1-89, exit 10 to Kearsarge Valley Rd.) or Rte. 11 to Kearsarge Valley Rd. For the carriage road, follow signs to Rollins State Park from Rte. 103 in Warner. The toll road goes 3.7 mi. along the ridge to a small parking area. From this point, the trail to the summit is 0.6 mi. Note: Park entrance fees will apply.
  9. Magalloway Mt. 3360' (State) Pittsburg: From Rte. 3 north of Pittsburg, 4.7 mi, beyond the First Connecticut dam, take a woods road east (tower sign) and follow signs at several junctions. The tower access road leaves the main haul road right at 5.3 mi. It is usually possible to drive about 2.5 mi. to a cabin. From this point the trail is a rough and steep path, 0.7 mi. to the tower.
  10. Milan Hill 1737' (State) Milan: From Rte. 110 B west of Milan, the Milan Hill State Park road goes south to a parking area very near the base of the tower.
  11. Oak Hill 920' (State) Loudon: From East Concord (exit 16 on I-93) take the Oak Hill Rd. into the town of Loudon. The tower road (which has a sign) may be gated, and is tough and steep.
  12. Pawtuckaway 908' (State) Nottingham: From Rte. 107 between Deerfield and Raymond. Signs direct to a rough road (Reservation Road) which leads to a parking lot at the base of South Mountain. From this point, it is about 0.4 mi. to the tower.
  13. Pitcher Mi 2163' (State) Stoddard: Tower is northeast of Rte.123 west of the town of Stoddard. A trail and a gated jeep road provide access from a signed parking area just west of the height of land. The trail is part of the Monadnock-Sunapee trail corridor.
  14. Mt. Prospect 2059' (State) Lancaster: Tower is in Weeks state Park east of Rte. 3 between Lancaster and Whitefield. The auto road to the summit is gated when the park is closed, but it is an easy 1.5 mile walk.
  15. Red Hill 2029' (Town) Moultonboro: Take Bean Road from near the junction of Rte. 25 and Rte. 258 in Center Harbor. After 1.4 mi. take Sibley Rd. (firetower sign) to a parking lot at a gated jeep road. Distance to Red Hill tower 1.7 mi.
  16. Warner Hill 605' (State) Derry: Off Warner Hill Road in the town of Derry. Auto access to the tower site.

Mount Washington State Park Area Attractions

  • Castle Springs - Castle Springs is home to "Castle in the Clouds", a 5200-acre mountain estate. It contains the Lucknow mansion, a Brewery, and the Castle Springs.
  • Clarks Trading Post - Home to the famous Clark's Bears! Activities include a trained bear show, family circus, a train ride and more!
  • The Cog Railway - The Mt. Washington Cog Railway-the world's 1st mountain climbing railway. The train climbs the 6288 foot Mt. Washington in 3 hours.
  • The Flume Gorge - The Flume Gorge offers a 2 mile walk through a natural chasm on gravel paths and wooden walkways.
  • Funspot - Enjoy arcade games, mini golf, go karts, bowling, and much more!
  • Hobo Railroad - This is a 15 mile train ride along the Pemigewasset River.
  • The Lost River Gorge - Take a tour of the gorge, pass through the "Lemon Squeezer" and lots more!
  • Mt.Washington Auto Road - See some of New England’s best views as you trek up this 8-mile road. Drive yourself or take a guided tour.
  • Mt.Washington Cruise - Take a beautiful scenic cruise of Lake Winnipesaukee. Also available are evening Dinner Cruises.
  • Polar Caves -Activities include cave tours, nature trails, wildlife exhibits and more!
  • Ruggles Mine- The 194-year-old mine is famous for its huge books of mica, measuring 3 to 4 feet across and weighing over 100 pounds.
  • Santa's Village - This is a Christmas themed park. Visit with Santa, feed reindeer, watch live shows and lots more! Six Gun City - This is a Wild West themed park. Activities include rides, waterslides, and shows.
  • Story Land - Story Land is a children's theme park. It features such rides as Cinderella's Pumpkin Coach and Turtle Twirl.
  • The Whale's Tale Water Park

Crawford Notch State Park Area Attractions

  • Castle Springs - Castle Springs is home to "Castle in the Clouds", a 5200-acre mountain estate. It contains the Lucknow mansion, a Brewery, and the Castle Springs.
  • Clarks Trading Post - Home to the famous Clark's Bears! Activities include a trained bear show, family circus, a train ride and more!
  • The Cog Railway - The Mt. Washington Cog Railway-the world's 1st mountain climbing railway. The train climbs the 6288 foot Mt. Washington in 3 hours.
  • The Flume Gorge - The Flume Gorge offers a 2-mile walk through a natural chasm on gravel paths and wooden walkways.
  • Funspot - Enjoy arcade games, mini golf, go karts, bowling, and much more!
  • Hobo Railroad - This is a 15-mile train ride along the Pemigewasset River.
  • The Lost River Gorge - Take a tour of the gorge, pass through the "Lemon Squeezer" and lots more!
  • Mt.Washington Auto Road - See some of New England’s best views as you trek up this 8 mile road. Drive yourself or take a guided tour.
  • Mt.Washington Cruise - Take a beautiful scenic cruise of Lake Winnipesaukee. Also available are evening Dinner Cruises.
  • Polar Caves -Activities include cave tours, nature trails, wildlife exhibits and more!
  • Ruggles Mine- The 194-year-old mine is famous for its huge books of mica, measuring 3 to 4 feet across and weighing over 100 pounds.
  • Santa's Village - This is a Christmas themed park. Visit with Santa, feed reindeer, watch live shows and lots more!
  • Six Gun City - This is a Wild West themed park. Activities include rides, waterslides, and shows.
  • Story Land - Story Land is a children's theme park. It features such rides as Cinderella's Pumpkin Coach and Turtle Twirl.
  • The Whale's Tale Water Park

Franconia Notch State Park Area Attractions

  • Castle Springs - Castle Springs is home to "Castle in the Clouds", a 5200-acre mountain estate. It contains the Lucknow mansion, a Brewery, and the Castle Springs.
  • Clarks Trading Post - Home to the famous Clark's Bears! Activities include a trained bear show, family circus, a train ride and more!
  • The Cog Railway - The Mt. Washington Cog Railway-the world's 1st mountain climbing railway. The train climbs the 6288 foot Mt. Washington in 3 hours.
  • The Flume Gorge - The Flume Gorge offers a 2-mile walk through a natural chasm on gravel paths and wooden walkways.
  • Funspot - Enjoy arcade games, mini golf, go karts, bowling, and much more!
  • Hobo Railroad - This is a 15-mile train ride along the Pemigewasset River.
  • The Lost River Gorge - Take a tour of the gorge, pass through the "Lemon Squeezer" and lots more!
  • Mt.Washington Auto Road - See some of New England’s best views as you trek up this 8 mile road. Drive yourself or take a guided tour.
  • Mt.Washington Cruise - Take a beautiful scenic cruise of Lake Winnipesaukee. Also available are evening Dinner Cruises.
  • Polar Caves -Activities include cave tours, nature trails, wildlife exhibits and more!
  • Ruggles Mine- The 194-year-old mine is famous for its huge books of mica, measuring 3 to 4 feet across and weighing over 100 pounds.
  • Santa's Village - This is a Christmas themed park. Visit with Santa, feed reindeer, watch live shows and lots more!
  • Six Gun City - This is a Wild West themed park. Activities include rides, waterslides, and shows.
  • Story Land - Story Land is a children's theme park. It features such rides as Cinderella's Pumpkin Coach and Turtle Twirl.
  • The Whale's Tale Water Park

Pillsbury State Park Area Attractions

  • The Seventh Day Adventist Church - When visiting please check out the Sabbath Trail. The Sabbath Trail is a mile long trail that tells the story of the history of the Sabbath from creation to the New Earth and is etched in Granite as a Memorial of the Sabbath of the Lord.
  • The Pierce Homestead - Take a tour of the home of the 14th president Franklin Pierce.

State Piers and Marinas

Hampton State Pier

Off Route 1A, adjacent to the Seabrook Bridge, Hampton. Open year-round. Fee, parking, boat launching. Recreational fuel/gasoline/diesel is available seasonally. Commercial fishing port. Tour and deep sea fishing operators. (603) 436-1552

Portsmouth Fish Pier

On Pierce Island opposite Prescott Park, Portsmouth. Open year-round. No fee. 25-30 commercial fishing boat berths, refrigerated storage, ice, fuel. Unloading facilities of about 80 commercial operators. (603) 436-1552

Rye Harbor Marina

Route 1A, Rye. Open year-round. Fee, parking, boat launching. Recreational fuel/gasoline/diesel is available seasonally. Commercial fishing port. Tour and deep sea fishing operators. (603) 436-1552

Adams Marina

US Rte 3, Box 249

Winnisquam, NH 03289

Ph: (603) 628-3561

Anchor Marine Corporation

Winnipesaukee Pier

Wirs Beach, NH 03246

Ph: (603) 366-4311

Back Bay Marina

17 Bay Street

Wolfeboro, NH 03294

Ph: (603) 569-3200 Fax: (603) 569-4278

Green's Marine

Rte 3, 1822 Hooksett Road

Hooksett, NH 03106

Ph: (603) 485-5131

Irwine Marine

985 Union Avenue

Laconia, NH 03247

Ph: (603) 524-6661

Melvin Village Marina

462 Gov. Wentworth Hwy., P.O. Box 165

Melvin Village, NH 03850

Ph: (603) 544-3583 Fax: (603) 544-3303

Silver Sands Motel & Marina

Route 11B, 103 Weirs Road

Gilford, NH 03246

Ph: (603) 293-4481

Thurston's Marina

Route 3

Weirs Beach, NH 03247

Ph: (603) 366-4811

Trexler's Marina

Long Island Bridge

Center harbor, NH 03226

Ph: (603) 253-7315

West Alton Marina

Route 11

Laconia, NH 03251

Ph: (603) 293-7788

Winnisquam Marina

Rt. 3, P.O. Box 250

Winnisquam, NH 03289

Ph: (603) 524-8380 Fax: (603) 524-3510

Federal Parks

Park Name: Franklin Falls Dam

Location: Franklin, NH

Park Name: Blackwater Dam

Location: Franklin, NH

Park Name: Elm Brook Park

Location: Contoocook, NH

Park Name: Otter Brook Lake

Location: Keene, NH

Park Name: Surry Mountain Lake

Location: Keene, NH

Park Name: Edward Macdowell Lake

Location: Peterborough, NH

The following campgrounds are reserved for first come, first served campers:

Big Rock - Pemigewasset Ranger District

Hancock - Pemigewasset Ranger District

Jigger Johnson - Saco Ranger District

Passaconaway - Saco Ranger District

Russell Pond - Pemigewasset Ranger District

Wildwood - Pemigewasset Ranger District

Zealand - Ammonoosuc Ranger District

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