- TripBuzz found 87 things to do with kids in or near Lincoln, New Hampshire, including 69 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Franconia, Waterville Valley, Bartlett and Campton.
- From Loon Mountain to Whales Tale Waterpark, the Lincoln area offers 83 different types of family activities, including: Other Adventures, Amusement Parks (All Ages), Movie Theaters and Waterfalls.
- An outdoorsy town, Lincoln provides for an array of fun and adventure. Within close proximity of the White Mountains, tourists visiting the town can enjoy skiing, snow tubing and snowboarding in the winter months, and hiking and bicycling in the spring, summer and fall. Celebrating its rich history, the city has a trading post where various small museums and a variety of collectibles and memorabilia can be seen.
Boise Rock is a large rock with a nearby historical marker depicting its significance. The marker explains how Thomas Boise was sledding through the area when caught in a snowstorm, and used the rock for shelter, saving his life.
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11 Noon Peak Road, Waterville Valley, NH 03259 MoreLess Info
Focused on providing the town with healthy and entertaining activity options, the Town of Waterville Valley Recreation Department offers a variety of programs and services year-round, aimed at all ages.
Flume Gorge is a natural gorge at the base of Mount Liberty that extends 800 feet into the air. Hikers can choose to walk just into the gorge allowing them to see the 70 to 90 foot walls or they can choose to do a 2-mile hike.
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Franconia Notch State Pkwy, exit 34B, Franconia, NH 03580 MoreLess Info
The New England Ski Museum offers a history of skiing cover 8,000 years in its exhibits. In particular, the museum features Olympian and native Bode Miller and the construction of the nearby Cannon Mountain Ski Resort.
Many people call the Kancamagus Highway the most scenic highway in America, especially when the fall leaves are in full color. The 34.5-mile highway, also part of New Hampshire Route 112, runs from the center of Conway to North Woodstock reaching elevations of 3,000 feet.
Frost Place was the home of poet Robert Frost. Those visiting this site can see many first-edition Frost books, a half-mile nature trail where Frost wrote many of his books, and the property is often used for poetry conferences.
Franconia North is an area of New Hampshire including Franconia, Sugar Hill, Easton, Bethlehem, Bretton Woods, Littleton, Lincoln, and North Woodstock. The area offers visitors the chance to hike part of the Appalachian Trail, boat and fish on Lonesome Lake, snowmobile, raft, and ride on sleds pulled by ski dog…