New Hampshire Sights

Much like Maine, New Hampshire is an absolute gem to not only visit, but also live in. Because there truly is something for everyone here.

If you're a fan of winter, you don't have to look far for a mountain to ski, board, or tube down. And if you're not, well, you can't beat a few months of staying in to Netflix and chill with hot chocolate and Dr. McGillicuddy's (if you know, you know.)

And, also like Maine, there's the picturesque leaf peeping in the fall, the endless beaches and lakes to soak in some Vitamin D in the summer, and just that beautiful burst of energy felt when winter slowly turns into spring.

Google Maps / Alyssa Chase / Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash
Google Maps / Alyssa Chase / Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

NH Attractions

That's the only downside to living in this area, though. While some people make it a destination every summer during school vacation and tourist season, we live right in the middle of it all, or have grown up in the middle of it all. So, by default, we see it differently.

Not in a negative way. We still appreciate everything about the area and bask in the beauty, but things like hiking trails on mountains or amusement parks are basically our backyard, so we just see it as something that will always be there that we'll eventually "get around to doing."

So, with that said, here's your sign to break out of the mindset that "it'll always be there" and starting basking in the glow, beauty, and glory of some of the most amazing things the 603 has to offer that Granite Staters may be putting off.

Five New Hampshire Things Every Granite Stater Needs to Try at Least Once

Cross all these off your "to do" list if you haven't already!

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