- The list below includes 85 free or cheap things to do in or near Meredith, New Hampshire, including 85 different types of inexpensive activities like Mini Golf, Movie Theaters, Children's Museums and History Museums.
- From Meredith Marina to Pirate's Cove, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Meredith and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wolfeboro, Laconia, Gilford and Waterville Valley.
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314 Old Lake Shore Road, Gilford, NH 3249 MoreLess Info
Gilford Hills Tennis & Fitness Club is an indoor tennis facility that offers leagues, instruction, and travel teams. The club also features racquetball courts and offers a variety of fitness classes and equipment.
Dedicated to the protection of loons, The Loon Center is located within the Markus Wildlife Sanctuary, with access to walking trails. The Visitors Centre provides exhibits, videos and information about the loon and other local wildlife.
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503 Endicott St N, Route 3, Laconia, NH 3246 MoreLess Info
Devoted to preserving, celebrating, and raising awareness of local and regional history, the Lake Winni-pesaukee Historical Society Museum features a variety of exhibits and displays showcasing various aspects of the area's past.
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1011 Whittier Highway, Moultonborough, NH 03254 MoreLess Info
Offering a rich history, The Old Country Store & Museum is an interesting place to visit and shop. Some items sold include old fashioned candies and sodas, clothing, unique kitchen utensils and local souvenirs.
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Route 171, Old Mountain Road, Moultonboro/Tuftonboro Town Line, Moultonborough, NH 3254 MoreLess Info
Sitting at 1,801 feet, Bald Knob gives excellent views of the surrounding area and Lake Winnipesaukee. Two main trails offer the hiker either a steep and rough trek (trail head on route 171), or gradual pace (from Shannon Brook Trail).
The Ellacoya State Park is located on the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee, with views of the Sandwich and Ossippee Mountains. Campgrounds, a sandy beach and picnic area provide opportunities for recreation and exploration.
Managed by the New Hampshire Department of Forests and Lands, West Rattlesnake Mountain is a hiking paradise. It is also an important conservation site for rare plants that do not grow elsewhere in the state. Hikers are encouraged to wear supportive boots with excellent traction.