From rustic to resort-like, there are more than 170 public and private campgrounds in New Hampshire.
Here are five winning ways to skip the pricey sporting goods stores and score some quality used sports equipment.
These local NH museums are working hard to roll out the welcome mat for young visitors
Recreation paths and rail trails throughout the Granite State make family bike rides easy and safe
A beginner’s guide to seeing a chiropractor, for adults and kids
For a concentrated dose of family fun, the Route 101 corridor from Manchester to the outer fringes of the Seacoast offers excitement and adventure off nearly every exit.
Visit the sweet, little town of Mason for lessons in maple sugaring
Has your family gone into hibernation? Here are seven activities to get you moving
In February, the towns and villages of the Lakes Region come together to celebrate the icy wonder of Lake Winnipesaukee. Want to be a part of it? This month’s road trip slips and slides its way to three of the region’s signature winter carnivals.
With so many free events taking place this month, you can be frugal without sacrificing family fun. Here’s a roundup of where to take the kids that won’t cost you a dime.
From absolute beginner to ski maven
’Tis the season for live theater and music
Spend the day exploring these locations known for their mysterious footsteps, screams in the night and other signs of shadowy visitors.
As the amount of homework increases, so does responsibility and independence
Rural beauty and small-town charm make the Lake Sunapee Region a summertime must-see
Get ready for peak summer fun from Concord to Littleton
Find adventure on Route 101 from Manchester to Keene
Discover why New Hampshire’s 18-mile coastline is the place to be in the summer
From Salem to Concord, Interstate 93 is your gateway to fun in the Merrimack Valley
Family-friendly stops along Route 101 from the Queen City to Hampton Beach
Here’s a list of our favorite vacation camps to keep your kids busy during April school break
With some inexpensive building materials and a little help from Mother Nature you can turn your backyard into a skating rink.
Have fun and give back to your community at these holiday events taking place around New Hampshire
Dance classes for adults are gaining in popularity, and it’s great exercise, too
Parent-to-parent tips for getting the conversation started with your teen
Dive in to some last-minute family fun this August and check out a swimming hole, local fair or take a hike
Take a day trip south of the NH border and explore some of the richest history America has to offer
Extreme sports can turn your family’s summer vacation into a summer adventure
Fill spring break week with activities close to home
Believe it or not, March is the perfect time to start planting cabbage, lettuce and onions
Vernal pools provide temporary habitats for many plants and animals
Celebrate March 14 by eating some delicious pie. Seriously!
Take in a show at Keene’s Redfern Arts Center or at the Derry Opera House
Don’t miss Maple Producers Weekend on March 28-29 across the Granite State
The Dartmouth-Sunapee Region turns winters blahs into winter fun
Activities and events throughout the Granite State happening during February vacation
Get active or simply relax in this resort town with something for everyone.
Been awhile since you’ve strapped on skis or laced up skates? Want to introduce your family to the wonders of winter sports? This month’s road trip takes you to locations in the White Mountains region that teach absolute beginners (or…
What to do during the holidays in Bethlehem, Bretton Woods, Gorham and Berlin, NH.
The benefits and challenges of including more organic foods in your family’s diet