Things to Do in Moultonborough, NH

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94% 47 votes
National & State Parks 852 Daniel Webster Highway, Lincoln, NH 03251 MoreLess Info
An 800 foot natural gorge, Flume Gorge has walls made of Conway granite. There is a two mile walking loop that leads all around and to the top of the gorge, and offers remarkable views.
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Visitor Centers 852 Daniel Webster Highway, Lincoln, NH 03251 MoreLess Info
Known for its granite gorge, Flume Gorge & Visitor Center offers visitors a scenic hike among ferns and lush vegetation. The visitor center has information about the park and a gift shop.
27.7 Miles
93% 187 votes
Historic Buildings Canterbury, NH MoreLess Info
An historic village centred on the life of the Shaker community, the Canterbury Shaker Village offers guided and self-guided tours, along with the Power House Family Activity Centre with hands-on workshops for children and parents. The extensive grounds offer walking opportunities.
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Waterfalls Franconia, NH MoreLess Info
A 45 foot high falls along the Flume Gorge Trail, Avalanche Falls is a thundering cascade of white water. Hikers can climb to the top of the falls on a wooden-railed trail for a remarkable view.
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Skating Rinks Dinsmore Road, Jackson, NH 03846 MoreLess Info
Specializing in winter recreation with a quaint, Victorian flair, Nestlenoook Farm Victorian Recreation Park maintains a frozen pond in-season for ice skating. It also runs old-fashioned sleigh rides, and offers hot chocolate, toasted marshmallows, and other refreshments.
28.6 Miles
90% 94 votes
Sleigh Ride Dinsmore Road, Jackson, NH 03846 MoreLess Info
Wintertime in Jackson, New Hampshire calls for a trip to the Nestlenook Estate & Resort Sleigh Rides. The beautiful resort keeps visitors warm and toasty on freezing New England nights, and the sleigh rides are perfect for families and couples.
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History Museums Route 16A, Jackson, NH 3846 MoreLess Info
The Jackson Historical Society is based out of the old Jackson Town Hall, newly restored by the society. Historical displays and archives are available for public use. The Town Hall also features the Museum of 19th Century White Mountain Art.
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97% 174 votes
Waterfalls Jackson, NH MoreLess Info
The Ellis River Falls in Jackson, New Hampshire are accessible by several hiking trails. The 64-foot falls are two miles away from the nearest parking lot. Visitors must use caution in wet and cold weather because black ice may form on the rocks.
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Skiing & Snowboarding Route 16, Jackson, NH 03486 MoreLess Info
Wildcat Mountain is a mountain in northern New Hampshire. In the spring, summer and fall the area is popular because of its scenic gondola, ZipRider, and Alpine Disc Golf, but in the winter the action heats up as it is a popular ski resort that offers 225 skiable acres.
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Art Museum Main Street, Jackson, NH MoreLess Info
Displaying the work of many local and regional artists, The Museum of White Mountain Art at Jackson offers a variety of cultural exhibits. Adding to the overall experience, the collection is housed in a beautifully restored building with great architecture.
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