- TripBuzz found 16 things to do with kids in or near Pittsburg, New Hampshire, including 11 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Coaticook, Colebrook, Errol and Compton.
- From Connecticut Lakes Region to Lake Francis State Park, the Pittsburg area offers 39 different types of family activities, including: Lake, National & State Parks, River and Waterfalls.
- A tourist town in New Hampshire, Pittsburg provides for year-round outdoor activities. The area is especially popular with winter sports like snowmobiling and snowshoeing, along with summer activities like ATV riding, fly fishing, boating and hunting. Pittsburg is on the edge of both Maine and Vermont, and provides a border crossing to Quebec, Canada.
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93% 28 votes
30 Jimtown Road, Gorham, NH 03581 MoreLess Info
Moose Brook State Park offers hiking, biking, mountain biking, swimming, and fishing opportunities. The location also features group camping and traditional campground opportunities for those who wish to take in the site's scenic views.
77% 86 votes
Newry, ME MoreLess Info
With its 18-holes golf course following the natural scenery of the mountain, the Sunday River Golf Club spreads on 2,130 yards. The club house is entirely made from logs and it has its own restaurant. It also has a practice facility.
97% 36 votes
389 Lancaster Rd, Whitefield, NH 03598 MoreLess Info
Weathervane Theatre has provided patrons with live summer entertainment for approximately 50 years. Patrons of Weathervane Theatre can experience a combination of large and small current musicals. Weathervane also offers some contemporary Broadway shows.
20% 5 votes
299 Main Street, Gorham, NH 03581 MoreLess Info
Offering snowmobile and ATV rentals, Northeast Snowmobile Rentals has a shop located in the New Hampshire wilderness. From the rental shop, visitors can take a snowmobile through the trails of the surrounding forests.
100% 3 votes
RR 16, Gorham, NH 3581 MoreLess Info
A weather and sky observation center open to the public, the Mt. Washington Observatory is open throughout the year. Featuring classroom programs for groups of all ages, tours of the observatory focus on the unique meteorological events that occur in the area.
- 0 votes
240 Main Street, Gorham, NH 3581 MoreLess Info
Moose Meadow Mini Golf is a miniature golf course and fun center. The golf course is highlighted by a giant mechanical moose inside a watering hole, and visitors can also play arcade games and take swings inside a batting cage.
99% 190 votes
32 Valley Rd, Jefferson, NH 3583 MoreLess Info
Open year-round, the Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel – Day Tours specializes in guided summer whitewater rafting and winter dogsledding . The off-season Rolling Dog Sled adventure is an off-road dogsled attraction on wheels.
88% 17 votes
25 Railroad Street, Gorham, NH MoreLess Info
The Gorham Historical Society & Railroad Museum are important stops on any tour of Gorham. History buffs and rail fans find the museum paticularly fascinating. Bring rubber boots and a slicker if rain is in the forecast.
67% 3 votes
Route 16, Pinkham Notch, Gorham, NH MoreLess Info
Situated on Mt. Washington, Great Glen Trails offers visitors snowshoeing and skiing trips through the snow-covered slopes of the area. It also has a snowtubing spot for visitors to run up and slide down.