Go Explore!

The Village of Winnipesaukee offers an ideal location for exploring the Lakes Region and all of New England.  From the rugged seacoast of Maine to the verdant forests of the White Mountains, the Village of Winnipesaukee is just a few hours’ drive from the best new England has to offer.  Stop by our office for more detailed information, maps, and directions.  As many attractions operate seasonally, we strongly suggest that you contact your destination prior to traveling for the latest and most accurate information.

New Hampshire & Maine Seacoast Adventures

From Hampton Beach, NH northward, the rugged New England coast gives way to secluded beaches, tidal pools and rugged cliffs.  Explore picturesque lighthouses, outlet shopping in Kittery, Maine, or discover quaint villages along the way.  Portsmouth, NH offers exceptional restaurants, quaint stores and a glimpse into the rich seafaring past of these harbor cities.  Take a harbor cruise, ride a roller coaster, or experience the history of New England.  Approximate driving time: 1.5 hours to Portsmouth.

The Great White North

Just a short drive from the Village of Winnipesaukee lie the beautiful White Mountains with endless miles of hiking trails, scenic drives, mountain streams and outdoor activities.  A drive along the scenic Kancamagus Highway is a must any time of the year, but especially during the fall foliage season.  In the winter, the White Mountains have become a haven for skiers and snowmobilers.  Summer brings cool mountain streams, wild flowers and exploring the National Forest.  Approximate driving time: 45 minutes to Lincoln.

Historic Boston

Relive the birth of our great nation by walking in the footsteps of our founding fathers.  Visit the sites once frequented by Paul Revere, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson.  Enjoy the fabulous shopping at Fanuel Hall, take the “Duck Boat” tour of downtown, catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, or explore the depths of the sea at the Boston Aquarium.  Approximate driving time: 2 hours to Boston.