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Kathie's New Hampshire Info Page

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Welcome to my New Hampshire fun page! I have been to some of these places - others I just have their brochures! is a good place to start! They have information on tourism, local businesses, and events. Great information if you live here, or are planning to visit!

Here's another great overall site! All sorts of New Hampshire information, including careers, attractions, sports and weather.

You may have heard about the Old Man Of The Mountain collapsing. Click for more information about the history and current plans for possible "revitalization" of the Old Man.

The 2003 Keene Pumpkin Festival was on October 25th. They broke their own record, with 28,952 jack-o-lanterns!

Looking for a good radio station in the area? For hard rock, tune in WGIR, 101 FM. They have a pretty cool web page with some fun information and links!

For classic rock in the seacoast area, try The Shark 102.1/105.3 FM.

For more mainstream music, check out WZID Radio at 95.7 FM.

Hampton Beach is a great place to visit! Beach, boardwalk, live entertainment, you name it. And if you want to see it first, here's a webcam!

The New Hampshire International Speedway has NASCAR and other auto races.

This is a terrific place to visit - the Mount Washington Auto Road. At the top of the mountain is the Mount Washington Observatory. You can drive yourself, but I highly recommend taking the van (they call it a stage) driven by a guide! Want to see what the view from the top looks like at the moment? Here are some live views from their webcams!

In the summer, visit Cannon Mountain and ride the arial tramway! Beautiful views from the top. Skiing in the winter.

Another ski mountain that is open all year long is Loon Mountain. They have a skyride and presentations in the summer.

Also in the White Mountains area is the Conway Scenic Railroad, where you can take a train ride through the Mount Washington valley.

Lost River is a walking/hiking tour where you can see caves and waterfalls. Be ready to do some walking!

This is an interesting place! America's Stonehenge is a stone-constructed site built by someone (as opposed to just forming naturally) 4,000 years ago.

Heritage New Hampshire has a multimedia presentation about New Hampshire history.

How about a cruise on Lake Winnepesaukee? The MS Mount Washington cruises the lake all summer long.

There are shows and exhibits at the Christa McAuliffe Planetarium in Concord.

Looking for places to amuse your kids? Santa's Village is a Christmastime-theme park open in the summer and a few weekends around Christmas. There's also StoryLand, a theme park with younger children in mind, and Six Gun City, with an Old West theme.

For an amusement park for both children and adults, there's Canobie Lake Park.

If you like water parks, there's Surfcoaster in the middle of the state, or Water Country a bit further south.

How about a whale watch? New Hampshire has Eighteen miles (count 'em) of seacoast and we'll get you out to see some whales! Try Isles of Shoals Steamship Company, which is based in Portsmouth and has Whale Watches and other cruises.

Outlet shopping anyone? In the Lakes Region of New Hampshire there are the Lakes Region Factory Stores. If you're going further up north, there's the Tanger Outlet Center and Outlet Village Plus. Did I mention there is no sales tax in New Hampshire?

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