Travel Directions & Attractions
Less than 1 hour from the White Mountains & Ocean Beaches
Take Route 16 (the Spaulding Turnpike) to Exit 17. Go 3/4 mile East on Route 75, then 3 1/4 miles North on Route 125, through the town of Milton and past Ray’s Marina. Watch for the Mi-Te-Jo Campground sign on the right. Turn right onto Townhouse Road. The entrance to Mi-Te-Jo Campground will be 1 mile on your left, on Mi-Te-Jo Road.
Fun Things To Do
The Mount Washington Auto Road and the historic Mount Washington Cog Railway ascend the ranges highest peak. Arethusa Falls, the second tallest waterfall in New Hampshire, lies on a southwest flank of Crawford Notch. Zip lining, trains, aerial skyrides, and theme parks are available for your enjoyment.
A huge, kid-friendly, aquatic playground with themed pools, an adventure river, dining, & slides galore. Water Country is touted as New Englands largest, cleanest, safest, and friendliest water park.
Mount Washington Cruises offers scenic daytime and sunset dinner dance cruises on Lake Winnipesaukee, NH
from late May through October. The M/S Mount Washington visits 5 ports on Lake Winnipesaukee and takes passengers
on daily cruises from Weirs Beach.
Everetts Cove Marina offers boat rentals on Milton Three Ponds, as well as jet ski, kayak, and pontoon rentals for hours of fun and relaxation. Stop in and try the famous Shains of Maine Ice Creams. Everetts Cove Marina is the perfect place to spend a little time enjoying the beautiful local views.
Variety, quality, and value have made New Hampshire’s Antique Alley a “must shop” for both dealers and collectors.
Located along Route 4, Antique Alley has been an antiquing destination since the early 1970s.
A Monkey Trunks Zipline Tour is a hybrid between a Zipline Tour and an Aerial Trekking course; we like to call it ZipTrekking! Simply put; it's awesome! Trek through the trees on the self navigated Zipline Tour consisting of a variety of ziplines and rope-course challenges within the trees.
Hampton Beach is a popular tourist destination and the busiest beach community in New Hampshire. Ocean Boulevard, the main street along the beach, includes a boardwalk, many shops and businesses, several seasonal hotels, and the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom.
There are 5 State Park beaches along the New Hampshire seacoast. These include:
Hampton Beach State Park, , North Beach, North Hampton State Beach, Jenness State Beach, and Wallis Sands State Park.
The combination of the rocky coastline, cool breezes, and pristine waters create a special summer place that is unlike any other in New England.
Seabrook Greyhound Park is a dog track that features greyhound racing and is open daily 12:30PM - midnight. The dog track racinos 9,125 square foot gaming space features sixty table and poker games. The property also has three restaurants and one bar.
Nicknamed The Magic Mile, this 1.058-mile oval speedway located in Loudon, New Hampshire has hosted NASCAR racing annually since the early 1990s, as well as an IndyCar weekend and the oldest motorcycle race in North America, the Loudon Classic.
A 3/8-mile, paved, veteran race track brimming with history. It features concessions, a playground, and on-site camping.
New England Dragway is a National Hot Rod Association sanctioned 1/4-mile track hosting both professional & amateur drag racing.
The track has a long history of legendary drivers, highlighted by Dynamite Ollie Silva, a super-modified and modified standout who won features races from Canada to Florida. In the 1970s Star hosted the Supermodifieds and Modifieds weekly, providing fans with great thrills and memories.
New Hampshire racing information. Features, racing forum, NH race track information, and New England racing news.
The historic Jones Farm and the Plummer Homestead date to the late 18th century and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located just 2 minutes away in Milton.
An authentic 10-acre outdoor history museum, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and dedicated to bringing 300+ years of American history to life by depicting historical periods from 1690 - 1945.
Located in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, the Wright Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational
institution dedicated to recognizing and honoring the contributions and enduring legacy of WWII-era Americans.
The New Hampshire Boat Museum is an educational organization focusing on the boating heritage
and life on the lakes and rivers of New Hampshire.
A hands-on art and science museum for children of all ages offering a blend of art, science, & cultural experiences for families.
A trip to New Hampshire is not complete without a visit to the Seacoast Science Center. You will be engaged in fun, hands-on discovery about the habitats and creatures of New Hampshires coast.
The 9-hole Farmington course at the Farmington Country Club facility in Farmington, New Hampshire features 3,108 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course rating is 35.4 and it has a slope rating of 125. Farmington golf course opened in 1924.
Nestled in the woods of Barrington, the breathtaking view and abundant wildlife makes for an enjoyable day of golf. Nippo Lake Golf Club is one of the finest 18 hole golf courses in the state. For decades Nippo Lake Golf Club has been entertaining golfers with a challenging course and fine food and drink in a friendly atmosphere.
The 18-hole Indian Mound course at the Indian Mound Golf Club facility in Center Ossipee, New Hampshire features 5,675 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 68.5 and it has a slope rating of 114. Designed by Philip A. Wogan, ASGCA, the Indian Mound golf course opened in 1968.
Since 1915, Kingswood Golf Club has maintained its first-class image by being friendly and hospitable. Their reputation for providing quality and matchless course conditions to members and day-players includes plush, well-maintained fairways, velvet-smooth greens, and an engaging course layout to rival some of the best courses in the USA.
The 18-hole Oaks course at the The Oaks Golf Links facility in Somersworth, New Hampshire features 6,711 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 . The course rating is 35.0 and it has a slope rating of 113. Designed by William Bradley Booth, the Oaks golf course opened in 2004.
Hilltop Fun Center is located on Route 108 in Somersworth, between Dover and Rochester, NH. Among the activities for families to enjoy are mini golf, a driving range, go-karts, an arcade, and a jungle-themed laser tag course. Food is available from an indoor counter and there are plenty of seats and tables to sit down and eat.
In the fall, excellent and exciting views of the summit and of the Carter ledge are on your right. Featuring an impressive summit view and great views of the White Mountains including Mt. Washington.
The open bed-rock summit perches over Lake Winnipesaukee, the largest lake in New Hampshire. There are other hikes at the southern end of the lake, but none with an expansive open top like Mount Majors.
The trails in New Hampshires state parks, forests and on recreational rail trails offer unsurpassed beauty, challenging terrain, and an experience to last a lifetime - whether on a short stroll with your family or climbing the tallest mountain in New Hampshire.
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