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Vacation Homes in New Hampshire

Why Famous
  • New hampshire is a typical new england state.
  • There’s enough history for several vacations.
  • Tons of outdoor adventure and recreationand plenty of mountains to climb.
  • Its license plates carry the state motto: live free or die.
Facts Destination
  • New hampshire is a state in the new england region of the northeastern united states of america. 
  • The state was named after the southern english county of hampshire.
  • It borders Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north.
  • New Hampshire was the first U.S. state to have its own state constitution, and is the only state with neither a general sales tax nor a personal income tax at either the state or local level.
Area Info
  • New hampshire is part of the new england region.
  • It is bounded by Quebec, Canada to the north and northwest; Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east; Massachusetts to the south; and Vermont to the west.
  • New hampshire\'s major regions are- Great north woods, White mountains, Lakes region, seacoast, Merrimack valley,  monadnock region, Dartmouth-lake sunapee area.
  • New hampshire has the shortest ocean coastline of any u.s. coastal state, with a length of 18 miles (29 km).
Why Visit
  • The Monadnock region is a great place to go apple picking.
  • For a drive on the back roads during leaf-peeping season.
  • Dartmouth Lake Sunapee has history and scenery for all.
  • The Sunapee Historic Society Museum sits on the shoreline of Lake Sunapee and features a steamboat exhibit.
Best Time
  • Winter months - late-spring and late-summer and early-fall are the best months for visits.
Transport

Highways:-

  • New Hampshire has a well-maintained, well-signed network of Interstate highways, U.S. highways, and state highways.
  • State highway markers still depict the Old Man of the Mountain despite that rock formation\'s demise in 2003.

Air:-

  • New Hampshire has 25 public-use airports, four of which have scheduled commercial passenger service. By far the busiest airport in the state is Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in the south, which serves the Greater Boston metropolitan area.

Public transportation:-

  • Long-distance intercity passenger rail service is provided by Amtrak\'s Vermonter and Downeaster lines.
  • Boston-centered MBTA Commuter Rail services reach only as far as northern Massachusetts.
  • The New Hampshire Rail Transit Authority is working to extend \"Capital Corridor\" service from Lowell, Massachusetts to Nashua, Concord, and Manchester, including Manchester-Boston Regional Airport; and \"Coastal Corridor\" service from Haverhill, Massachusetts to Plaistow, New Hampshire.

Freight railways:-

  • Freight railways in New Hampshire include Pan Am Railways, the New England Central Railroad, the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad, and New Hampshire Northcoast Corporation.
Precautions
  • All travellers are advised to take the usual  precautions against theft ,robbery and assault.
  • Its not advisable to sleep in your car late at night at highways rest areas.
  • Don\'t be alarmed.
Lifestyle
  • In summer, new hampshire is home to many county fairs.
  • In the spring, new hampshire\'s many sap houses hold sugaring-off open houses.
  • New hampshire vacation rentals can choose from more than 90 golf courses around the state including seaside or lakeside courses.
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