Some of the more recent additions include multiple zip line operations in Laconia and Gilford, and even off-road segway tours.  Perennial favorites include cruising Lake Winnipesaukee, taking in the views while touring Castle in the Clouds, and having fun at the largest arcade in the world, Funspot!  

There are only about 50 National Scenic Byways in the country, and New Hampshire is proud to feature three of them.  The White Mountains Trail, the Connecticut River Byway, and by-far the most popular; the Kancamagus Highway.  In addition, New Hampshire offers more than 1,000 miles of state or locally designated scenic byways. 

Summer options include the obvious-- boating, canoeing , fishing, and swimming at the beaches on Lake Winnipesaukee.  There are plenty of hiking trails around to take in the views from above the trees, whether on foot or horseback.  Winter visitors can enjoy skiing, ice fishing, or snowmobiling.

New Hampshire has no sales tax, so it's as if everything everywhere is always on sale. Tilton offers you the Tanger Outlet Center with more than 50 big name stores.  Up in Moultonborough, you'll want to check out The Old Country Store and see what has kept it in business for 234 years.  You shouldn't miss strolling around the Mill Falls Marketplace if you are seeking quaint little shops.

Check out these suggestions of area attractions and things to do that children may enjoy.  We'll cover boat rides on the lake, the worlds largest arcade which is Funspot, and the general Weirs Beach area.  A short drive away, you have more options including the Squam Lakes Natural Scenice Center and fun seasonal activities like corn mazes.

This is the schedule as of March 28, 2015. More shows will be announced in the coming months depending on fundraising success.  The Weirs Action Committee is a non-profit organization and they are in charge of the fundraising for the shows.  If you would like to help, please donate. During the shows, Weirs Beach itself is closed and the fireworks are launched directly from it.  

Skiiers love it. Gardeners loathe it.  And for six months out of the year, you can't escape it.  There is still much to do between artic blasts and nor easters, and we'll give you a quick run down on your options and what winter is like in the Lakes Region.


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