Things to Do in Bartlett, NH

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38.2 Miles
92% 13 votes
Paddleboarding 4 North Main St., Wolfeboro, NH 3894 MoreLess Info
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.
38.9 Miles
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80 Lakeshore Dr., Bristol, NH MoreLess Info
Steele Creek Park is a park and campground populated by waterfalls, caverns, and mountainous terrain. Attractions include camping, a waterslide, miniature golf, swimming, fishing, hiking, Tweetsie Railroad, a camp store, and guided tours.
39.0 Miles
99% 126 votes
Forests 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.
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Other Winter Activities Laconia, NH 3247 MoreLess Info
Featuring 55 trails across 227 acres, Gunstock Mountain Resort is a full-service ski and snowboard destination that offers equipment rental, apres ski entertainment and full amenities. During summer the resort is open for camping, hiking and zip-lining.
39.1 Miles
95% 123 votes
National & State Parks Bethel, ME MoreLess Info
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.
39.1 Miles
83% 24 votes
Architectural Buildings The Mill Plaza, Laconia, NH 3246 MoreLess Info
A historic mill built in 1823, the Belknap Mill hosts a museum for visitors. The museum features antique machinery and exhibits highlighting the history of the mill and its place in the town.
39.1 Miles
50% 6 votes
Beaches 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.
39.2 Miles
83% 12 votes
Lake Topsham, ME 04086 MoreLess Info
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.
39.2 Miles
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Winery/Vineyard 567 W Shore Road, Bristol, NH 3222 MoreLess Info
Sitting atop a picturesque hilltop, Newfound Lake Vineyards is a popular destination for wine lovers in Bristol. The vineyards produce handcrafted wines from locally sourced fruits including Bordeaux blends, Pinot Grigio, Maple wines and more.
39.7 Miles
89% 36 votes
Dog Sleds 1513 Bear River Road, Newry, ME MoreLess Info
A family run business, the Mahoosuc Guide Service offers a one of a kind outdoor adventure. They offer different guided activities all the year round like dog sledding upon the icy Hudson bay or Allagash canoeing.