Things to Do in Bethlehem, NH

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34.7 Miles
85% 20 votes
Resorts Fairlee, VT MoreLess Info
The large body of water named Lake Morey is one of the most popular sites in the area. It is considered to be home of the longest ice skating trail in the United States during the winter and offers fishing, boating, and swimming in the summer.
34.7 Miles
100% 8 votes
Horseback Riding 558 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH 03860 MoreLess Info
With hot chocolate and cider offered to visitors before the trip, Fireside Sleigh Rides takes visitors through snow-covered meadows and creeks in the winter. In the summer season, wagon rides are provided as an alternative to sleigh rides.
34.8 Miles
89% 46 votes
Breweries 64 Hobbs Street, Conway, NH MoreLess Info
Beer lovers love taking the tour at the Tuckerman Brewing Company in Conway, New Hampshire. This mid-sized brewery brews fine stouts and pale ales. All tours start off with samples of each variety.
34.8 Miles
91% 258 votes
Caverns & Caves 705 Rumney Rte 25, Rumney, NH 03266 MoreLess Info
The center attraction at Polar Caves Park is the Polar Sluice and Klondike Mines, which allow for family-centered mining and discovery of gems. Other options at the site include a petting zoo, cave exploration, nature trails, and the Maple Sugar House and Museum.
35.0 Miles
76% 49 votes
River Conway, NH MoreLess Info
Located in Conway, New Hampshire, the Saco River is a scenic cruise destination. There is a large campsite along its banks. The shores of the Saco River are also popular with sunbathers, families, dog walkers, joggers and nature photographers.
35.0 Miles
97% 31 votes
Adventure Tour 10 East Side Road, Conway, NH MoreLess Info
ELC Rafting-Day Tours offers family rafting trips on the Androscoggin River, as well as whitewater rafting trips on the Magalloway River. In addition, the company offers an Enriched Learning Center with a high ropes course, and wildlife boat trips.
35.2 Miles
99% 140 votes
Mountains Rt. 113, Holderness, NH 03245 MoreLess Info
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.
35.2 Miles
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History Museums 160 Main Street, Conway, NH 3818 MoreLess Info
The Eastman Lord House Museum, home of the Conway Historical Society is an 1818 Federal-style house. Guided tours of the house with period furnishings from 1830 to 1915) are available.
35.3 Miles
93% 40 votes
Farms & Ranches 2679 East Conway Road, Conway, NH 03813 MoreLess Info
Conway, New Hampshire's Sherman Farm has many attractions that entice visitors to return again and again. The most popular include the haunted corn maze and hayrides. Sherman Farm sells produce and dairy products.
35.3 Miles
100% 6 votes
Scenic Drives Conway, NH MoreLess Info
The Conway Loop is a trail for hiking and biking that takes travelers through varied and scenic countryside. Spanning 24 miles, the loop goes from New Hampshire to Maine and back.
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