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Lakes

Stay in the Lakes region and enjoy top quality family activities on land water and in the trees. Cabins, cottages, hotels and motels, B&B’s and campgrounds welcome families to this beautiful part of New Hampshire. Find great beaches for swimming and waterways for fishing, canoeing, white water rafting, and more. Get harnessed and trained then head up to the canopy via rope lines and ziplines for a fun and challenging adventure.
Indoor Pool - Margate Resort on Winnipesaukee - Laconia, NH
Margate Resort on Winnipesaukee

76 Lake Streeet Laconia, NH, 03246 Phone: 603-524-5210 Toll-Free: 800-627-4283

Your family’s unforgettable vacation awaits at this resort right on the lake

Come join the families who make memories at the Margate on Winnipeaukee, a great home base for your New Hampshire getaway. Just steps from the lake’s calm, scenic Paugus Bay, the resort has a 400-foot private sandy beach and kayak and paddle board rentals. Glide around the bay’s islands, swim out to the raft or just relax in your beach chair. (Kids will love the complimentary popcorn and snow cone carts!) There’s a heated indoor pool and oversized whirlpool, large outdoor pool, fitness center and an arcade game room. Area activities include hiking, biking, skiing, snowmobiling, boat cruises, a scenic railroad, ice arena, Funspot (the largest arcade in the world) and fun shopping. Dine in the Gazebo Beach Bar or in one of many local restaurants.
Ice Cream Shack - Castle in the Clouds - Moultonborough, NH
Castle in The Clouds

Route 171 - 455 Old Mountain Road Moultonborough, NH, 03254 Phone: 603-476-5900

Hiking trails, fish-stocked ponds and a beautiful century-old mansion to explore

Inside and outside, there are so many things for families to do at Castle in the Clouds, that one visit will not be enough. Twenty-eight miles of hiking and walking trails (and snowshoeing/skiing trails in winter) go by seven cascading waterfalls. At Shannon Pond, rainbow trout actually jump out of the water for food.(And, there are ducks.) There’s plenty of room to run around in The Meadows, with picnic tables to enjoy lunch or ice cream from the nearby Cafe in the Clouds. The Arts-and-Crafts Lucknow mansion, built in 1914, has a basement tour so you can see how the servants lived as well as the ahead-of-their-time appliances. The mansion also has a scavenger hunt. The current Carriage House exhibit is about the lives of women in the Progressive Era.
Family Biking - Lakes Region Association - New Hampshire
Lakes Region Tourism Association

61 Laconia Road Tilton, NH, 03276 Phone: 603-286-8008 Toll-Free: 800-605-2537

It’s safe to say the kids will never be bored when you book a Lakes Region vacation

Boredom? Not an issue in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region. You’ll see soon enough why your kids want to go back season after season, year after year. Here’s a very partial list: cruises on Lake Winnipesaukee, rides in a cog railroad train up Mt. Washington, the shows at Clark’s Bears, fairytales coming to life at Story Land, kayaking and paddle boarding in summer and skiing and snowmobiling in winter, an aquarium, mountain bike park, zip line tours, scenic gondola rides, water parks, ice skating and farm visits. Oh, and there’s Santa’s Village, the world’s largest arcade, a park with polar caves to explore, paintball and trampoline parks. With great restaurants, great shopping and great accommodations, the kids will have a blast, and you will leave already planning your next vacation.