- TripBuzz found 129 things to do with kids in or near Bartlett, New Hampshire, including 121 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like North Conway, Lincoln, Conway and Jackson.
- From Bear Notch to Bear Notch Ski Touring Center, the Bartlett area offers 75 different types of family activities, including: Skiing & Snowboarding, Mini Golf, National & State Parks and Horseback Riding.
- Located over 100 miles north of Concord in the White Mountain National Forest region, Bartlett is named after Dr. Josiah Bartlett, one of the state's three signers of the Declaration of Independence. The city became a railroad town in the 1870s and its principal business is tourism. Bartlett has a population of under 2,800.
Wellington State Park is home to the state's largest freshwater beach, along the shores of Newfound Lake. The park also offers a snack bar, picnic area and playground, along with well-marked hiking trails and boat launch facilities.
A family-owned and operated movie multiplex, Hoyts Cinemas Gilford 8 shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies. The theater offers a variety of refreshment choices, as well, including popcorn, candy, and beverage choices.
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.
Providing a variety of paddleboarding services, Stand Up Paddleboard NH offers both group and private stand up paddleboarding lessons. Rental and delivery services are also available as well as tours and race training.
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719 Main St., Supervisors Office, Laconia, NH MoreLess Info
With over a dozen lakes and ponds, the White Mountains National Forest offers opportunities for sightseeing, hiking, walking, and camping. Sights include the Rocky Gorge scenic area, Sabbaday Falls, and Diana's Baths.
Grafton Notch State Park is a popular hiking destination offering challenging trails along the Mahoosuc mountain range as well as relatively easy hikes which lead to many waterfalls, including the famous Screw Augur Falls, and numerous gorges.
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Rt 106, N. Main Street, Opechee Lake, Laconia, NH MoreLess Info
On Opechee Lake, Opechee Park Cove Beach & Opechee Point Beach allow families to swim and provides restroom facilities and a playground. The point offers a shaded area while the cove offers a boat-free environment.
A one and a quarter-mile in-town walking loop, the Androscoggin Brunswick-Topsham Riverwalk offers a variety of walking trails and paths suitable for jogging or simply strolling. The Riverwalk is dog-friendly, and has benches along its length.