850 New Hampshire Route 16Glen, NH, 03838Phone: 603-383-4186
Every day is an unforgettable adventure!
Since 1954, this popular amusement park in the scenic White Mountains has offered family entertainment specially crafted for kids. Enjoy more shows, rides and play areas than ever before! Have dinner with your favorite characters or sit with Cinderella at Tea Time! Dance with Duke the Dragon at his fabulous Dance Party. Make a splash on the Bamboo Chutes. Scream aboard our thrilling roller coaster, Roar-O-Saurus. Meet real-life storybook characters. Search for prehistoric fossils, and play in the Dig-M-Deeper and Little Dreamers Nursery Rhyme play areas. Get everyone moving with Story Land’s fun and family-friendly games. There’s a free kennel for your pooch, lockers, and rentals for strollers, wheelchairs and ECV’s. Nearby is the best in family lodging for a sweet night’s sleep.
110 Daniel Webster Highway (Route 3)Lincoln, NH, 03251Phone: 603-745-8913
Still a must-see stop for fun-seeking travelers
Ninety years ago, Clark’s Trading Post began when Ed & Florence Clark invited travelers to tour their sled-dog ranch. It’s been a must-see stop ever since, now famous not only for its trained bear show but also its steam railroad, antique Americana and Segway rides, Yandong's Chinese Circus and Merlin's Mystical Mansion. Kids love the water blaster boats, Old Man rock-climbing wall and Tuttle's laser shooting gallery. Enjoy a burger at the Whistle Stop, a slice of pizza and Pullman's or an ice cream sundae at the Peppermint Saloon. Tickets include all rides, all shows, all day.
Pure Joy. Family Style. Every Summer & Christmastime, too.
Santa’s Village in New Hampshire’s White Mountains is the only New England park to earn recognition as one of the Top 25 Amusement Parks in the USA in the TripAdvisor 2014 Travelers’ Choice Awards! It’s a full day of rides and shows, cookies and elves, Santa and his reindeer – plus the fun of the Ho Ho H2O water park. Owned and operated by three generations of its founding family for more than 60 years, an annual visit to Santa’s Village is a New England family tradition. Oh, what fun it is! Seasons: Open Memorial Day weekend to Christmas.