What is the prettiest part of New Hampshire?
- Sculptured Rocks Natural Area, Groton.
- Flume Gorge, Franconia Notch State Park.
- Franconia Ridge, White Mountains.
- Echo Lake, North Conway.
- The Basin, Lincoln.
- Sabbaday Falls, Waterville Valley.
- Great Island Common, New Castle.
Is there anything cool in New Hampshire? From its 18 miles of coastline to its centrally located Lakes Region to the looming White Mountains up north, New Hampshire offers plenty of opportunities to recreate outdoors. Then there are fun amusement parks, historic sites and thought-provoking museums to explore while vacationing in the Granite State.
What things is New Hampshire known for?
- Granite State: for our extensive granite formations and quarries.
- Mother of Rivers: for the rivers of New England that originate in our Mountains.
- White Mountain State: for the White Mountain Range.
- Switzerland of America: for our beautiful mountain scenery.
Is New Hampshire worth visiting? The attractions that draw tourists to this part of New England include beautiful ocean and lake beaches, miles of kayaking waters, above-timberline hiking on the Appalachian Trail, sailing on mountain-ringed lakes, fun-filled theme and water parks for kids, exciting rides to mountaintops, and tours of historic houses.