Things to Do in Moultonborough, NH

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16.1 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.
16.1 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.
16.4 Miles
98% 164 votes
Waterfalls Conway, NH MoreLess Info
Sabbaday Falls is a three-tier waterfall. Hikers can easily climb to the top of the waterfall on wide paths, and enjoy the view from many different angles; therefore, photographers should bring the camera.
16.6 Miles
92% 26 votes
Beaches Route 28 North on Lake Wentworth, Wolfeboro, NH MoreLess Info
With views of the lake, the Allen Albee Beach is reachable by foot, bike, or by water. The beach has showers, picnic tables, changing rooms, drinking fountains, and restrooms for visitors to use.
16.7 Miles
- 1 votes
Hiking Trails White Mountain National Forest, Waterville Valley, NH 3285 MoreLess Info
Rising to 4,003 ft. in elevation, Mount Tecumseh is a popular hiking location frequented by beginner and experienced hikers alike. In addition to hiking, visitors also enjoy skiing at the nearby ski resorts located on the mountain.
16.8 Miles
67% 15 votes
National & State Parks Route 106, Laconia, NH 3246 MoreLess Info
Situated lakeside on 128 acres, Ahern State Park offers a variety of land and water activities. The picturesque park features walking and hiking trails, biking, fishing and non-motorized boat access.
16.9 Miles
71% 17 votes
National & State Parks NH Rt 109, Wolfeboro, NH 03894 MoreLess Info
Approximately 50 acres of the Wentworth Lake shores are held within the Wentworth State Park. Swimming, picnicking, and fishing tend to be the most popular activities due to the proximity of the lake.
17.0 Miles
- 2 votes
Historic Sites Rte 109, Wentworth Farm Road, Wolfeboro, NH 03894 MoreLess Info
Built by the last British governor of New Hampshire, the Governor John Wentworth Historical Site exists today as the only surviving ruins of this colonial period summer home. The site and surrounding grounds are open to tourists during the summer.
17.9 Miles
76% 68 votes
Kayaking 328 White Mountain Highway, Conway, NH 03818 MoreLess Info
Offering tours of the Saco River, the Saco Canoe Rental Company is a riverside rental company that offers day trips that range from 5 to 11 miles. The company also offers overnight canoe and camping trips.
17.9 Miles
100% 5 votes
Waterfalls Kancamagus Highway, Conway, NH 03818 MoreLess Info
Located off the Kancamagus Highway, Lower Falls is a natural waterfall very popular to visit during the warmer months. Small sandy beaches, pools, and picnic tables are among the attractions available at the falls.
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