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The Northern Gateway Region is far removed from the sleepy, postcard stereotype of 19th Century New England.

The area has a wonderful athletic energy, and the outdoor enthusiast can take advantage of backpacking, kayaking, fishing, letterboxinghiking, biking; and numerous winter sports, including skiing, snowshoeing, hunting guides, and ATV riding. Quieter activities such as foliage tours, fairs, and music festivals, and maple sugaring abound. An extraordinary experience is limited only by the traveler’s imagination!

The beauty of the region lies not only in its scenic grandeur, but also in its close proximity to fine dining and entertainment, both of which offer a perfect marriage of classic rural charm with a sense of modern progression and effervescence!

 


 
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Weeks State Park

Route 3 North
Lancaster, NH 03584

Phone: 603-788-4004

Website: http://www.nhstateparks.org


Located at Weeks State Park, this historic home is on the National Register of Historic Sites. Panoramic views of surrounding mountains; summer programs, museum, fire tower and picnicking.

Mountain View Golf Club

101 Mountain View Road
Whitefield, NH 03598

Phone: 603-837-2100

Website: http://www.mountainviewgrand.com

Gramma's Stitches - Grampa's Sawdust

10 Horan Road
Jefferson, NH 03583

Phone: 603-586-7063

Crane's Snowmobile Museum

172A Main Street
Lancaster, NH 03584

Phone: 603-788-2071

Website: http://www.cranesnowmobilemuseum.com/


Take a step back in time and visit Crane’s Snowmobile Musuem! Crane’s Snowmobile Museum is a place where visitors can see the evolution of riding through the years – from Ski-Doo machines first introduced in the 1960s, to the newer sleds of today. Inside the museum are about 85+ different snowmobiles with no duplications, and another 40 unique machines in storage. Throughout the museum are machines from companies still in operation, such as Ski-Doo and Arctic Cat, and those from manufacturers of yesteryear, including Moto-Ski, later bought by Bombardier – and Rupp. Museum hours vary. Please call to schedule a visit anytime or more information.
Family FriendlyGroups WelcomeGay Friendly

Normandeau Stone

P.O. Box 243
Groveton, NH 03582

Phone: 603-636-1671

Website: http://www.normandeaustone.com


We are a multifaceted company that focuses in waste management, moving and storage. We are also heavily involved in retail stone products such as counter tops, architectural and monuments.

Lancaster Fair

516 Main Street
Lancaster, NH 03584

Phone: 603-788-4531

Website: www.lancasterfair.com


141 year old 6 day family fair located in the beautiful NH mountains on the Vermont and NH border.
Groups WelcomeRestaurantAccessible

Joyful Heart Jewelry

795 Meadows Rd.
Jefferson, NH 03583

Phone: 603-586-7910

European Esthetics & Wellness

208 Grange Road
Lancaster, NH 03584

Phone: 603-788-5556


European Esthetics & Wellness is a Facial, Massage and full service Spa. We offer the best avaliable technology in skin care treatments. Our goal is too promote the achievement and maintenance of healthy skin for people all ages. Our services include F

Burns Lake Campground

14 Forest Lake Rd.
Whitefield, NH 03598

Phone: 603-837-9037


Located on a lake with hiking in the area. Close to the White Mountains. Easy access to lakes and State Parks.
Pet FriendlyAccessible

Mechanic Street Covered Bridge

52 Mechanic Street, over the Israels River
Lancaster, NH 03584

Phone: 603-788-3391

Website: http://www.nh.gov/nhdhr/bridges/table.html
Buses WelcomeFamily FriendlyWater Front

Whitefield Chamber of Commerce

70 Kings Sq.
Whitefield, NH 03598

Phone: 603-837-2609

Website: www.whitefieldnh.org

Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel

32 Valley Road
Jefferson, NH 03583

Phone: 603-545-4533

Website: http://www.dogslednh.com


Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel is the premier dog sled touring operator in New England. We offer year round, interactive dog sledding adventures. All of our dog sledding experiences are designed to be hands on to the comfort level of the guests. Participants ages 2 and up are given the opportunity to meet and greet our sled dogs (many of which are rescue and second chance), help harness and hitch their team and even help drive the sled (at musher discretion for guests and dog safety)! As always, the proceeds generated from our dog sledding tours help cover the expenses involved in caring for these incredible canine athletes. Be sure to ask about our wintertime mid-week specials and our signature summertime "Paws and Paddles" adventure!
Motorcoach Friendly AttractionsBuses WelcomeFamily FriendlyGroups WelcomePet Friendly
Gay Friendly

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