Your Hub For Things To Do In New Hampshire

Visit Northern NH is at your service as your virtual concierge to all things Northern New Hampshire, Every outdoor activity, attraction, restaurant, lodging establishment, and campground in this beautiful region is listed free of charge and easily searchable right here.

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Come See What Mother Nature Has Always Looked Like

Explore the diverse wonders of Northern New Hampshire, from the majestic White Mountains to the serene Connecticut Lakes and Moose Alley. Simply browse the categories above to find your ideal adventure, and watch as the businesses pop up on a map of the area. Click on their pins for details like name, address, phone number, website, and even GPS directions.

Craving Thai food, a local brewery, or a fancy coffee? Or are you ready for some white water rafting, ATV rentals, or the perfect campsite? Search by category, click a pin, and you’re set! You can also print a PDF map of Northern NH from our “Moose Path Page” or pick one up when you arrive. Your Northern New Hampshire adventure starts here! 

  • Things To Do In NH

    There are many fun and exciting things to do in New Hampshire’s Northern region, from scenic drives to hiking the iconic Mt. Washington. Whether you’re into camping, hiking, biking, or boating, you’ll find plenty of options to enjoy in this great outdoors.

    Northern New Hampshire’s activity list offers a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering year-round adventures. Explore scenic trails, paddle along serene lakes, or simply take in the breathtaking views. Our website provides a comprehensive guide to all the activities available, with easy-to-use maps and detailed information. Plan your perfect getaway and discover why Northern New Hampshire is a top destination for nature lovers.

  • Places To Stay In NH

    Looking for places to visit in New Hampshire or where to stay in the White Mountains? The New Hampshire region offers some of the most diverse lodging options in all of New England. With three remaining historic Grand Hotels like The Omni Mt. Washington and The Mountain View Grand, as well as hundreds of cabin rentals on lakes and ponds, and over 70 different New Hampshire campgrounds to choose from, you will surely find the amenities that you’re looking for. Check out the Places to Stay in New Hampshire webpage for a complete list with contact info, directions and recommendations for things to see in The White Mountains and all across New Hampshire.

  • Places To Eat In NH

    Burgers and fries, fish and chips, pizza, Pad Thai, Fresh Deli Sandwiches, Craft Beer, amazing lumberjack breakfasts with local maple syrup, double mocha lattes, wood fired pizza, authentic mexican creations (careful the plate is hot), and many more mouth watering treats await to greet you after a day of Northern New Hampshire adventures. Check out the map above for a complete list of all Northern NH restaurants sorted by type, as well as some local favorites and Insider Tips. With so much to do during the day (which includes a much deserved afternoon nap…just throwing it out there..we mean you ARE on vacation after all ) there is no shortage of fantastic and diverse food options in New Hampshire. 

    “Play Hard, Eat Hard, Rest Hard!”

  • Moose Tours In NH

    “Where can we see a moose in New Hampshire?” is the number one question that is asked by visitors in Northern NH. The  truthful answer is anywhere. We’ve had moose walk to the top of Mount Washington and onto the observation deck. They have been in all of our backyards one time or another as well as any parking lot and river bank in the region. That being said, we won’t make you sit in our backyard and wait, instead welcome to the Northern New Hampshire Moose Path Tour! A historic migration path of Moose from the Androscoggin River of Berlin/Milan to their winter grounds in “Moose Alley” Pittsburg and Southern Quebec. The Northern New Hampshire moose population is around 4000 strong. It is the largest density of Moose of any inhabited area in New England. Truth be told, there are more moose in Maine….unfortunately you just can’t get to them because there are no roads where they live. 

     So, if you want the best chance of seeing these incredible beings, go to the Moose Path Page above for best places to look,  information about them, their animal friends, the history of Northern NH, as well as the geology of this interesting landscape. Stream or download our free self drive audio tours and listen to one of our New Hampshire Moose Guides casually chat while you sit in the comfort of your own vehicle. Play, Pause, and Delete at will. Happy viewing!