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Lakes Region of New Hampshire - Vacation Getaway

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Laconia

Laconia, to the south of Winnipesaukee, is the region's largest city and retail center. Here you can visit the Belknap Mill, the oldest unaltered brick textile in America. This historic structure has been restored and today is one of the Lakes Region's premiere cultural centers, offering concerts, exhibits, and performances throughout the year. Laconia is also home of a symphony orchestra, golf and recreation centers, and a variety of lodging. Other towns along the "big lake" worth seeing include Wolfeboro, Melvin Village, and Alton Bay, just to name a few.

If you're looking for your chance to go hiking, mountain biking, fishing, or skiing, you've found the right place. If your heart yearns to connect with the water, you can have your wish with a sailboat trip, a ride on a mail boat, or, for the romantically inclined, a dinner/dance cruise along the one of the region's gleaming lakes. Perhaps you'd like to take a glide across Squam Lake, the setting for the movie "On Golden Pond." Or explore your other options: tour a preserved Shaker community, experience the excitement of a greyhound racetrack or international speedway, roam through the beauty of a wildlife park, or get to know one of the area's many museums. See festivals, fairs, fireworks, and competitions with powerboats, motorcycles, and sports cars. Enjoy the symphony orchestra that plays each summer as part of the New Hampshire Music Festival. Visit an old mine, explore the Lost River, spend some time watching nature at the Science Center of New Hampshire, or find glacial formations at the Polar Caves. If you're into history, there are few places in America richer than New England.

With so much to see and do, it's obvious why thousands of people choose this part of the country to vacation in year after year. Stay in New Hampshire's Lakes Region and you'll fully appreciate the beautiful images Robert Frost painted of New England with his most famous words.

Lake Winnipesaukee

Center Harbor & Moultonboro

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