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New Hampshire Tourism in the Fall

New Hampshire TourismFall in the New Hampshire is truly a special. The changing weather fills the countryside with an array of colors. During your time at the Inn On Golden Pond, there are a number of New Hampshire tourism things to do in the area. We’ve put together a few ideas to make planning for your fall trip a little easier.

 

 

Dine, Dance & Cruise aboard the M/S Mount Washington

A great way to watch the crisp green leafs of summer change into the beautiful orange and red of fall is on one of the Mount Washington dinner cruises. Take a Dinner and Dance Cruise and enjoy the romance of Lake Winnipesaukee at night while eating a delicious dinner and dancing. Hop aboard the Scenic Cruise on which passengers are picked up and dropped off at five different ports of call around the lake. This New Hampshire tourism attraction is a great way to see the lake!

 

 

Hampton Beach Seafood Festival

This impressive seaside festival offers 60 of the Seacoast’s top-notch restaurants, endless entertainment and so much more! The 25th anniversary of the Hampton Beach Seafood Festival is from September 5 through September 7, 2014! Celebrate the Festivals anniversary with great food, excellent shopping and fun! Join in on the Lobster Roll Eating Competition or dance to music by Chris Cyrus.

 

 

Surowiec Farm

The Surowiec Farm is located in the rural town of Sanbornton and was originally operated as a dairy farm. The farm has been in the Surowiec family since 1917 and the first apple trees were planted in 1971. This beautiful farm is the perfect way to experience the change in seasons! With a spectacular view to the north and west, you will pick delicious red apples with a gorgeous backdrop. The pick your own apples season starts in late August and lasts until mid October. The farm’s stand is a great place to purchase decorative gourds and pumpkins or fresh pressed cider and a jar of local honey. Fall is not complete until you pick and munch on a crispy, juicy fresh New Hampshire apple!

 

 

39th NH Highland Games & Festival

On September 19, 20 and 21, on Loon Mountain, the 39th NH Highland Games & Festival will take place! The Festival is amongst the largest and one of the most diversified games in the country. It includes the Gathering of the Scottish Clans, Massed Bands, Sheepdog Trials, Celtic World Music Concerts and more! Enjoy the three-day event eating food, listening to live music and watching exciting competitions.

 

 

When you’re planning out which New Hampshire tourism attractions to do this fall, don’t forget to book your stay at our Squam Lake bed and breakfast. The Inn On Golden Pond has comfortable rooms featuring classic country style, perfect for relaxing and appreciating the summer weather changing into fall. Plus, your stay includes our delicious breakfast each morning so your days exploring and discovering all of New Hampshire tourism sites and festivals starts off on the right note. For a memorable experience in the Squam Lake area, staying at a local bed and breakfast is a mus. The Inn On Golden Pond will make your trip truly special!

 

 

 

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