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Resources for New Hampshire's Lakes Region

Resources for New Hampshire’s Lakes Region
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Ellacoya State Park
280 Scenic Drive, Gilford
603-293-7821; nhstateparks.org
Swimming, picnicking, and camping on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, with mountain views.

Lakes Biplane
65 Aviation Drive, Gilford
603-250-6184; lakesbiplane.com
Operating out of Laconia Municipal Airport; sweeping views from classic open-cockpit rides over the Lakes Region.

Funspot & American Classic Arcade Museum
579 Endicott St. North, Weirs Beach
603-366-4377; funspotnh.com, classicarcademuseum.org
Arcade paradise, with 500 games on the main floor, a 20-lane bowling center, cash bingo, mini-golf, and an upstairs museum of vintage coin-operated games.

Lake Winnipesaukee Museum
503 Endicott St. North, Weirs Beach
603-366-5950; lwhs.us
Preserving Winni’s history and heritage through artifacts and photos; exhibits focus on vintage souvenirs, the steamboat era, waterskiing, and summer camps.

M/S Mount Washington
211 Lakeside Ave., Weirs Beach
603-366-5531; cruisenh.com
Seasonal scenic day cruises and evening dinner-dance cruises on Lake Winnipesaukee.

Ahern State Park
Right Way Path, Laconia
603-485-2034; nhstateparks.org
Hiking, biking, and fishing on Lake Winnisquam.

Mill Falls Marketplace
312 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith
800-622-6455;
millfalls.com/marketplace
12 retail shops and 7 restaurants, with brick walkways, a 40-foot waterfall, gardens, and views of Lake Winnipesaukee.

The Old Print Barn
343 Winona Road, New Hampton
603-279-6479; theoldprintbarn.com
Thousands of original artworks on display in a Civil War-era barn.

Moulton Farm
18 Quarry Road, Meredith
603-279-3915; moultonfarm.com
Farm stand, bakery, and garden center, with seasonal corn maze.

Wellington State Park
650 West Short Road, Alexandria

603-744-2197; nhstateparks.org
Sandy beach on southwest Newfound Lake, plus fishing and picnic areas, boating lanes, and hiking trails.

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