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Visiting New Hampshire on Your Next Road Trip



As you head west and into New Hampshire, enjoy a relaxing stopover at the Odiorne Point State Park. There you will enjoy scores of biking trails, tidal pools and boardwalks for birders. Nearby is the popular Hampton Beach, which offers travelers miles of beautiful sandy beaches.

Heading inland reveals Monadnock State Park. This popular nook consists of more than 5,000 acres of outdoor splendor and includes the 3,165-foot Mount Monadnock, where on clear days hikers can glimpse portions of the six other New England states from its peak.

Head north to the Lake Sunapee Region, where outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of prime skiing during the winter or unique hiking after the thaw. The 2,743-foot Mount Sunapee is a challenging stroll for hikers, while magnificent Sunapee Lake is an ideal spot to boat or swim.

The natural highlight of New Hampshire is undoubtedly the White Mountains. Encompassing the northern stretches of the state, the White Mountains offer more than 1,200 miles of hiking and biking trails and dozens of lakes and rivers. You’ve not truly seen New Hampshire unless you’ve stopped here.

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