AROUND THE LAKES REGION

Central New Hampshire has something for everyone! It's a true four season paradise! Here are some of the activities you can enjoy during your stay at Granite State Campground!

MOUNTAIN BIKING

Highland Mountain Bike Park is the world's only lift access mountain entirely dedicated to biking!

 

The park is located just 20 minutes from the campground in beautiful Northfield, New Hampshire.

 

Boasting an extensive downhill and cross country trail network, skill building areas, a 9,100 square foot indoor training facility and a 50’ x 50’ “Ayr Bag” bag jump.

 

Highland offers lessons and camps for all abilities and is home to the Ayr Academy, a week long, overnight camp taught by the best celebrity pros in the business.

 

Highland Mountain Bike Park is America’s Bike Park!

Visit them at www.highlandmountain.com/

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BOATING

With over 200 lakes of all sizes in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, it's a water sports and fisherman's dream!

 

Have your own boat? Bring it along and launch from one of the many local boat launches! Don't have a boat, no worries, there are plenty of boat rental locations in the area!

Find more information at www.lakesregion.org 

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HIKING

This area boasts hiking trails for all skill levels! Hiking and biking trails both large and small are available for any skill level. All of the trails in the Lakes Region offer magnificent beauty and some spectacular views! 

 

For an easy hike with the most amazing view, try the Rattlesnake Mountain trail located in Holderness (shown below) - you won't be disappointed!

For more information visit www.lakesregion.org

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KAYAKING

Many of the Lakes Region's smaller lakes are ideal for kayaking, canoeing and paddle boarding! Bring your own or grab a rental and get out there and enjoy the calm serenity of the lakes.

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SO MUCH MORE!

There truly is so much to do and enjoy here in the Lakes Region! For up to date information on playing, dining, shopping, events and more - please visit www.lakesregion.org

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