This Monadnock region town is built around a 19th Century mill. Harrisville is an adorable rural village, with a summer farmer’s market, a general store, and plenty of active farms. The town boasts 10 lakes and ponds, so you will have no end of wet adventures while you’re there!
Littleton is a wonderful place for walking. You won’t even need a car during your visit! The town has many historic areas, and you’ll have plenty to see on your leisurely strolls. For the best route, take the Riverwalk and enjoy Harmony Park and the covered bridge. One of the coolest things about this town is that it is the hometown of Eleanor H. Porter, the author of Pollyanna. Attend in time for a Pollyanna event if you can, or at least visit the Pollyanna statue!
Meredith is a beautiful small town with endless opportunities for fun! If you’re visiting New Hampshire, don’t miss this place. The beautiful forested area around the town is best viewed by rail, so be sure to take a trip on the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad. Enjoy the rural setting of the town by visiting Moulton Farm, or head to Hermit Woods Winery. In the town, you can visit the American Police Motorcycle Museum, see a show at the Interlakes Summer Theater, or head to the shops and spas. There’s something for everyone here, which makes it a great place for a family vacation or reunion!
Take one of the many walking and hiking trails through lovely Sugar Hill! This town has a beautiful Riverwalk, complete with an old fashioned covered bridge. You can also trek any of the hikes at Mount Lafayette, or head to the Basin at Franconia Notch State Park. When it’s time to relax, you can see the countryside via the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, or while away the weekend at Echo Lake Beach.
This beautiful small town is all about culture and the arts! One of the most popular attractions in this town is the Miller State Park Peterborough Players performances, which will keep you entertained all evening. During the day, you can browse through the Mariposa Museum of World Cultures or head to the Monadnock Center for History and Culture. If you get enough of the great indoors in the Peterborough, you can take a break in beautiful Shieling Forest for a chance to see the town’s wildlife and beautiful flora.