Monday, July 27, 2015

7/13/15: White Mountains New Hampshire Family Fun Itinerary

We love travelling to the White Mountains in New Hampshire.  I have already posted individually about all the places we visited but I wanted to put together an itinerary post of the highlights with links to each of the more in depth reviews.
While we were in North Conway we stayed at the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort which was amazing.  Great accommodations in a Family Alcove Room, kids activities, fabulous location, plus Kahuna Laguna Waterpark!  To read more on any attraction or hotel just click on the name which is a link to my review.
We visited Story Land in Glen, NH.  We have been going here since the kids were one years old.  This is a super fun amusement park great for all ages.  Travel in to a story book world and visit with Humpty Dumpty, Cinderella and many other story book friends.  Experience lots of fun rides and shows.  Enter 3 hours prior to closing on one day and come back for another full day with the price of one daily admission.
The Conway Scenic Railroad is a lovely way to experience the area and see some gorgeous views on a beautiful train.  We take this train ride every year.  There are options for shorter and longer rides to Conway, Bartlett or Crawford Notch.  We have taken all three options and love them all.
If you want to cool off Diana's Baths is a great place to do that.  It is a short .6 mile walk from the parking on flat paths.  Once you arrive there are several levels of rocks to climb on and enjoy the fresh cool water.
We then stayed at The Beacon Resort in Lincoln, NH.  This resort is undergoing renovations and we had a lovely newly renovated room.  The indoor and outdoor pools were also very nice.
A visit to Clark's Trading Post in Lincoln, NH is a unique experience.  There is a Bear Show, Acrobats, a train ride, Water Spraying Boats, museums, and much more.  We really enjoyed our visit and I highly recommend it.
Santa's Village in Jefferson, NH is a quaint, wonderful Holiday themed amusement park for families.  You can visit Santa, play the Elfabet game, feed reindeer and ride the awesome rides.  Plus there is a water park.  Enter 3 hours prior to closing on one day and come back for another full day with the price of one daily admission.
The Polar Caves in Rumney, NH is a lot of fun to visit and allows you access to 9 caves ranging in difficulty level.  All of the caves are nice and cool on a hot summer day.  Plus there are animals to feed and other nature trails.
That is a quick roundup of great attractions in New Hampshire.
Disclosure:  I was provided with admission and lodging in New Hampshire for everything listed in this itinerary.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.

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