9 locals recommend
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Known as one of the cleanest lakes in New England. Grab your beach gear and head over for a day in the sunshine.
This is a local secret, known to be the cleanest lake in New Hampshire. You can swim, boat, kayak, paddle board, fish, ice fish, ice skate and just relax while you take in the beautiful sights.
This lake is so close and absolutely stunning! State parks, local food and everything else to make for a great day out!
Excellent Beach for relaxing or swimming or cooking out at. Boat landing to put a boat in to explore this 7 mile long lake
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“Same distance as Plymouth Hannaford, carries Hannaford products but selection/hours are limited”
- 6 locals recommend
“This is a great mountain, 30 minutes drive away. It's got a slightly slower pace of life than Mt. Sunapee, though the trails are well groomed, and it's great for families. You'll love the lodge too! ”
- 21 locals recommend
“Tilt'n Diner in Tilton, N.H. is a traditional 50's style diner conveniently located near the Tanger Outlet Center, and is on the way to popular New Hampshire destinations including Lake Winnipesaukee and New Hampshire International Speedway and Loon Mountain.”
- 7 locals recommend
“Ok, this is a little bit of a drive (30-40 mins with good road conditions) but we had to throw it in our guidebook because it's been regarded as one of the best sandwiches in the world (by us). Order up your favorite made to order sandwhich or go with a house classic. The Rueben Balboa (DO NOT ORDER RYE BREAD) is toasted sandwhich perfection. Pro Tip: Order anything as a "balboa" and the sandwhich will come in sub form and be toasted. This isn't your neighborhood Quiznos. ”
- 12 locals recommend