- Our list of the best things to do in Jackson, New Hampshire, features the top 135 nearby activities — including 67 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Jackson, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
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A community arts centre housed in the historic St. Johnsbury Masonic Temple building, Catamount Film and Arts contains two movie theatres showing foreign language and independent films, and an 80-seat theatre for regular live performances.
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.
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Part of the Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, the lake and surrounding state park offer campgrounds, including remote site spots, a beach, and canoe and kayak rentals for wildlife and waterfowl viewing.
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.
Offering 38 gravel sites and 6 brookside water sites, the Newfound RV Park offers an array of amenities to travelers through the Bristol area. The site offers private bathrooms and showers, WiFi and also accommodates tent campers.
Set on a 150-acre private property, Dog Mountain is a leash-free zone where pet owners are encouraged to bring their dogs. The property is designed with several trails, fields and pools inviting dogs to play, run and swim with their owners and other dogs.
Located on Dog Mountain, the Dog Chapel is a pet-friendly chapel built by artist Stephen Huneck, dedicated to the celebration and appreciation of dogs. Visitors are encouraged to bring a photo of a departed dog to leave on the inner walls of the building.
Located within the Dog Mountain community, the Stephen Huneck Gallery is a local art gallery featuring a number of works by the gallery's namesake artist. Prints, handmade woodcuts, and books are among the items available at the gallery.