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Vakantie in New Hampshire  -  Reisinformatie New Hampshire.

Regio's in New Hampshire : Dartmouth Sunapee, Golden Triangle, Great North Woods, Lakes Region New Hampshire, Merrimack Valley, Monadnock, Seacoast New Hampshire and White Mountains

Steden in New Hampshire : Berlin, Claremont, Concord, Dover, Franklin, Keene, Laconia, Lebanon, Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth, Rochester, Somersworth en meer...

Hoofdstad van New Hampshire : Concord.

hotels, reisbureaus, reisgidsen, reizen naar new hampshire 


Campings / Kamperen

 Go Camping America
 Koa  -  Kampeerterreinen in de VS
 National Park Service Campground and Tour Reservation Site
 Funroads  -  Get Outta Town!

Hotels in New Hampshire / Inns / Resorts


Nationale Parken / Staatsparken

 White Mountain National Forest  -  nationaal bos 
A special and wonderful place to visit throughout the year. There are campgrounds, hiking trails, scenic drives, historic places, and plenty of space to just sit back and relax.
Because of its beauty and because many ski areas are located at least partially inside it, the WMNF is the most visited national site (including National parks) in the United States.

 New Hampshire Fish & Game Department

 National Park Service - Nationale parken in de VS 

Reisbureaus / Reisorganisaties 

Organiseer je eigen vakantie in New Hampshire - Vlucht + Hotels

Plaatselijke reisorganisaties :

 Rockywold-Deephaven Camps  -  see 'Recipes' [ bottom of homepage ]
Dotted along the shore of pristine Squam Lake and surrounded by the majestic Squam and Ossipee Ranges, RDC lures back generations of families from around the country each year with its unique rustic simplicity, commitment to tradition, respect for the land and good old fashioned fun.
If fishing for small mouth bass, rollicking square dances, heaping breakfasts, quiet afternoon card games, hikes in the White Mountains, canoeing, tennis and a really good book sound like your idea of vacation, welcome to RDC!
 Visit New Hampshire - New England Vakanties
 The Great North Woods of New Hampshire
For legions of visitors, the region is one of unparalleled beauty and open access (the region boasts more miles of snowmachine trails than state highways).
Many of its best places remain remote and untrammeled by crowds, areas where effort and knowledge are rewarded with priceless experiences whether your passion is rock or ice climbing, fly-fishing, back-country camping, fine dining, boating, hiking or bird watching; snowmobiling or just moseying in small shops and eavesdropping on authentic Yankee dialect.

Reisgidsen New Hampshire / Reisliteratuur

 Bruna  -   

 New Hampshire Atlas & Gazetteer
Designed for travelers who want topographic map detail for outdoor recreation, sales and transportation and everyday travel. Contains back roads, recreation sites, hiking trails, campgrounds, golf courses, scenic drives, a guide to state and national park historic sites/museums, fishing, and ski areas. Includes a comprehensive index.
Maps & Atlases; Uitgever DeLorme; Format Type: Softcover; Aantal pagina's: 80; Size: 11" x 15.5"; ISBN: 0-89933-242-0
 New Hampshire Seacoast Region Atlas
Large scale atlas including 40 Seacoast Regional communities of NH. Also included are community maps of Kittery and York Maine. Individual community maps with street index included on each map. Points of interest and community statistic information included.
Maps & Atlases; Brand: Arrow; Format Type: Softcover; Size: 10 X 13 ; ISBN: 1-55751-448-8
 Insight Guide: New England
De Insight Guide New England beschrijft de toeristische mogelijkheden van een zestal kleine staten aan de oostkust, die gezamenlijk tot de oudste van de VS behoren: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island en Connecticut. Het boek is geschreven door meerdere auteurs die elke ofwel in het betreffende gebied wonen ofwel er een sterke band mee hebben. ISBN: 1-58573-294-X.

Vakantiewoningen in New Hampshire / Appartementen

Vervoer / Hoe kom ik in New Hampshire

 Luchthaven van Concord  -  Concord Municipal Airport
 Luchthaven van Manchester  -  Manchester-Boston Regional Airport

Meer luchthavens in New Hampshire  -  zie

 KLM - vliegtickets New Hampshire - vliegtickets Concord

 Losse vliegtickets / goedkoop vliegen naar New Hampshire 
Diverse aanbieders / prijsvergelijking mogelijk

 Amtrak  -  treinvervoer New Hampshire

 Greyhound  -  busvervoer New Hampshire

 C&J Trailways  -  intercity bus transport
Second largest provider of intercity bus transportation in Northern New England serving five destinations with over 30 daily departures from the New Hampshire Seacoast, and Newburyport to Logan Airport and Boston, Massachusetts.
 COAST Bus  -  openbaar vervoer aan de zeekust
Seacoast region of New Hampshire [ Rockingham en Strafford Counties ].

 Kaarten New Hampshire [ Uni Texas - Perry-Castaņeda Library - Map Collection ]

Links / Verwijzingen

 Visit New Hampshire
Visit the quaint shops and galleries, scenic state parks and historic sites, sparkling lakes and sandy beaches, the tallest mountains in the Northeast, three National Scenic Byways, and traditional festivals and open-air markets. There is so much to see in New Hampshire, you'll want to visit again and again.
As you'll discover, whatever part of New Hampshire you visit, you'll be welcomed with a smile, and greeted like a friend.
 The Great North Woods of New Hampshire
For legions of visitors, the region is one of unparalleled beauty and open access (the region boasts more miles of snowmachine trails than state highways).
Many of its best places remain remote and untrammeled by crowds, areas where effort and knowledge are rewarded with priceless experiences whether your passion is rock or ice climbing, fly-fishing, back-country camping, fine dining, boating, hiking or bird watching; snowmobiling or just moseying in small shops and eavesdropping on authentic Yankee dialect.

 Staat New Hampshire [ bestuur ]

 City of Concord  -  hoofdstad van New Hampshire

 Dartmouth Sunapee [ Upper Valley ]
Spans from Bradford northwest along Interstate 89 to New Hampshire's border with Vermont at the city of Lebanon.
 Golden Triangle [ Gouden Driehoek ]
Region between the cities of Manchester to the north, Nashua to the south, and Salem to the southeast.
 Great North Woods
Located at the northern tip of New Hampshire, north of the White Mountains Region
 Lakes Region [ merengebied ]
Mid-state area surrounding Lake Winnipesaukee, Winnisquam Lake, and Squam Lake.
 Merrimack Valley [ Vallei ]
Area centered on the Merrimack River, and running from Canterbury south to the Massachusetts border. To the east is the Seacoast Region and to the west is the Monadnock Region.
The Monadnock Region is composed of all of Cheshire, southern Sullivan and western Hillsborough counties.
 Seacoast New Hampshire - -
 Seacoast New Hampshire - GOseacoast
This is "America's Smallest Seacoast" - just 17 miles long, but big in history, in culture and in spirit. 7,000 archived web pages about the greater Portsmouth, New Hampshire region, including over 25 towns. New Hampshire was born here in 1623 and we never forget our origins, or lose our Yankee sense of perspective. When you find yourself at sea in a crazy world – anchor here a while in the safe harbor of an old New England port.
 White Mountains [ Witte Bergen ]
Located in northern New Hampshire. It is named for the White Mountains, which cover most of the region. The Region includes much of Coos County and parts of Grafton County and Carroll County.

 Coos County - The Great North Woods of New Hampshire
The Great North Woods is more than just a place name. It's an attitude, a state of mind, an area of New Hampshire where the land defines the people: tough, self-reliant, independent, flinty, sparse; hard working.
For legions of visitors, the region is one of unparalleled beauty and open access (the region boasts more miles of snowmachine trails than state highways).
Many of its best places remain remote and untrammeled by crowds, areas where effort and knowledge are rewarded with priceless experiences whether your passion is rock or ice climbing, fly-fishing, back-country camping, fine dining, boating, hiking or bird watching; snowmobiling or just moseying in small shops and eavesdropping on authentic Yankee dialect. See also North Country
 Grafton - Its county seat is Haverhill
Grafton County is heavily rural. About half of its total area is in the White Mountain National Forest. Squam Lake, featured in the film On Golden Pond, and the Old Man of the Mountain landmark are located here, as are Dartmouth College and the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest [ see Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study]. Many of the 4,000-foot mountains of New Hampshire are within the county. The Appalachian Trail passes through parts of at least ten towns in the county.
 Rockingham - Rockingham County
Rockingham County was home to New Hampshire's first European settlements, Pannaway and Strawberry Banke (Portsmouth). In 1623, only three years after the landing of the pilgrims in Plymouth, Massachusetts, David Thomson first settled New Hampshire at Odiorne Point in what is now known as the Town of Rye. By the mid 1600s, the county included three of the four original New Hampshire towns and was the center for business, trade and government for the entire state. The state capital was located in Portsmouth first, then later moved to Exeter and other towns. In 1808 the capital finally settled to it's current location in Concord.
 Strafford - Strafford County
Strafford County was one of the five original counties identified for New Hampshire in 1769.
Cities and towns : Barrington, Dover, Durham, Farmington, Lee, Madbury, Middleton, Milton, New Durham, Rochester [ largest City ], Rollinsford, Somersworth and Strafford.
 Sullivan - Sullivan County
Sullivan County is located in the West Central area of New Hampshire and was named after Brigadier General John Sullivan (1740-1795), a Revolutionary War hero.
Cities and towns : Acworth, Charlestown, Claremont, Cornish, Croydon, Goshen, Grantham, Langdon, Lempster, Newport, Plainfield, Springfield, Sunapee, Unity and Washington.

Meer counties in New Hampshire? Zie

 Berlin - City of Berlin
 Claremont - City of Claremont - located in Sullivan County
 Dover - City of Dover - Tourism - Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce
According to historian Jeremy Belknap, the area was called "Wecohamet" by native Abenaki Indians. The first known European to explore the region was Martin Pring from Bristol, England in 1603. Settled in 1623 as "Hilton's Point" by brothers William and Edward Hilton, Dover is the oldest permanent settlement in New Hampshire, and the seventh oldest in the United States.
 Franklin - City of Franklin - located in Merrimack County
 Keene - City of Keene
The town is well known for holding the Guinness Book of World Records record for most lit jack-o'-lanterns at one time and place. Each year the town attempts to surpass its own record during the Pumpkin Fest held in late October.
 Laconia - City of Laconia -
Laconia, situated near Lake Winnipesaukee, includes the villages of Lakeport and Weirs Beach. Each June, the city hosts Laconia Motorcycle Week, one of the country's largest rallies, and each winter, the Laconia World Championship Sled Dog Derby.
 Lebanon - City of Lebanon
Lebanon is located in western New Hampshire, south of Hanover, near the Connecticut River. It is the home to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Dartmouth Medical School, together comprising the largest medical facility between Boston, Massachusetts and Burlington, Vermont.
 Manchester - City of Manchester
 Nashua - City of Nashua
Nashua is the second largest city in New Hampshire and is the center of a diverse and dynamic region of more than 175,000 people. It is endowed with urban amenities as well as the charm of the traditional New England landscape. The combination of an excellent quality of life and proximity to Boston, the seacoast, and the White Mountains makes Nashua an attractive growth center for New England.
The city is bordered on the east by the Merrimack River, across which lies the town of Hudson, New Hampshire. To the north is Merrimack, New Hampshire, west is Hollis, New Hampshire, and south is Tyngsboro, Massachusetts. The city is roughly bisected by the Nashua River.
As with much of New England, the weather in this city varies greatly throughout the year. Harsh winters often batter the area while the summers can be scorching; it is a four-season area.
 Portsmouth - City of Portsmouth - largest city in Rockingham County
 Rochester - City of Rochestern - located in Strafford County, called 'the Lilac City'
See Wikipedia for history of Rochester [ [ 'the first large business was lumbering, although it would be overtaken by other industries as Rochester developed into a mill town with the Cochecho River to provide water power. In 1806, 6 tanneries were operating, along with a sawmill, fulling mill and 2 gristmills. By the 1820s-1830s... ]
 Somersworth - City of Somersworth - situated on the Salmon Falls River

Meer plaatsen in New Hampshire? Zie

 Greater Laconia-Weirs Beach Chamber Of Commerce - central New Hampshire's Lakes Region
Alton, Belmont, Canterbury, Center Harbor, Gilford, Gilmanton, Holderness, Laconia, Meredith, Moultonborough, Sanbornton, Tilton, Weirs Beach, Lake Winnisquam, Lake Winnipesaukee
 Lake Winnipesaukee - smiling lake between the mountains
Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest lake in the state of New Hampshire and the 6th largest lake in the United States that lies within the boundries of one state. Surrounded by three mountain ranges, the wooded shoreline and crystal clear water of this spring-fed lake make it a popular year round resort, a place to rest and relax in beautiful surroundings.-In fact the term "God's Country" is heard quite often here!.
 North Country [ Great North Woods ]
Located in the "Great North Woods" area of New England, the North Country offers wide open spaces, natural scenic beauty and tremendous opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast, from the avid fisherman and hunter, to the golfer, photographer, bicyclist, hiker, canoeist and small boat owner.
 Northern Gateway
It's north of the much publicized White Mountains in NH. The Chamber of Commerce call this area "north of the Notch" referring to Franconia Notch. The state calls it The Great North Woods. Residents and visitors call it heaven.
The towns of Dalton, Groveton, Jefferson, Lancaster, Northumberland, Randolph, Stark, Stratford, Twin Mountain, and Whitefield in New Hampshire, and Gilman, Guildhall, and Lunenburg in Vermont are the names that locals give this slice of paradise. The C of C invites you to visit each and every one of these towns, as each is unique in its own right.
 Northern White Mountain
Overshadowed by Mount Washington and nestled between two of New Hampshire's most scenic regions: The White Mountains and The Great North Woods, this area offers something for everyone.
If you enjoy outdoor recreation, you will find endless trails and scenic vistas to explore in all four seasons. The region offers hiking and cycling for all ability levels. In the winter, experience a pristine landscape from snowshoes to cross country or downhill skis. The rivers offer excellent canoeing and kayaking. Camping, climbing, fishing and hunting opportunities abound.
Cities : Berlin, Dummer, Gorham, Jefferson, Milan, Randolph, and Shelburne, New Hampshire.
 Umbagog Area of New Hampshire and Maine
A recreational paradise encompassing Cambridge, Dummer, Errol, Millsfield, and Wentworth Location, New Hampshire as well as Magalloway, Upton, and Wilsons Mills, Maine.
The Umbagog area offers year-round enjoyment to all its residents and visitors. Whether your activities are on land or water, the thousands of acres of forestlands, miles of scenic rivers, and spectacular lakes makes it a four-season place of fun.

 Haunted Gilson Road Cemetery, Nashua
 Laconia Motorcycle Week
 Lakes Region Sled Dog Club, Laconia
 Magazine NH - New Hampshire Gazette
 Magazine - The Heart of New England
 News - New Hampshire Union Leader, Concord Monitor, Hippo Press
 News - Carroll County Independent
 News from Keen - The Keen Sentinentel / Keene Free Press
 News from Somersworth - Somersworld!
 Radio - New Hampshire Public Radio
 TV - New Hampshire Public TV
 University - University of Hampshire
 Yachting - Great Bay Yacht Club
The Great Bay Yacht Club is located on the shores of the Piscataqua River on Dover Point.

Cuisine - Recepten uit New Hampshire

blauw blokje - illu Becoming an Outdoors Woman in New Hampshire
The NH Fish and Game Department together with the NH Wildlife Federation began offering B.O.W. in 1994 at the Rockywold/Deephaven Camps in Holderness NH. The camps are located on the shores of Squam Lake, and have the land and facilities available to present such a program. Currently, the first 115 applications are accepted, however many more apply than can be accommodated.
 Harman's Cheese [ Cheddar cheese from Sugar Hill ] - see 'Recipes'
 Pumpkin Festival, Keene - see 'Pumpkin Recipes'
See also Pumpkin Nook [ Everything about pumpkins, growing, Halloween, recipes, facts, history, fun and games and more! ]
 New Hampshire Self Made - zie 'NH Foods'
New Hampshire: From Farm to Kitchen - by Helen Brody
Helen Brody pulls together a comprehensive look at New Hampshire's rich store of gastronomic treasures by profiling some of the Granite State's most important working farms. They include multigenerational farms and their methods for preserving land and heritage; farms using progressive pest and soil management techniques, whether it be Integrated Pest Management or organic farming; Community Supported Agriculture farms, where community members pre-buy a crop to guarantee income for the small farmer; and farms where those searching for a more fulfilling life have found a second career. Quick and easy recipes, using each farm's raw ingredients, make the direct, and often overlooked, connection between the farmer who grows the food and the cook who prepares it. The author also offers menus for traditional events of the state and a resource section that will allow readers and cooks to locate the farms and their products.
Paperback: 304 pages; Publisher: Hippocrene Books (November 2003); ISBN 0781810213.
 New Hampshire Living - NH Living Restaurant Dining by Region
The New Hampshire Restaurant and Dining Guide features the very best New Hampshire restaurants organized by region. New Hampshire is home to an outstanding selection of restaurants and dining options for all tastes and budgets - find our favorites by following the links below or read our New Hampshire dining reviews.

 Heart of England Magazine - The Heart of New England Recipe Archive

Geschiedenis van New Hampshire  

 New Hampshire Historical Society
 Belknap Mill Society Museum
Built in 1823, the Belknap Mill is the only building left that represents the first stage of the Industrial Revolution in America. It is the oldest, unaltered brick textile mill in the United States. The Belknap Mill was one of the first mills to convert from weaving to knitting during the Civil War.
 Lake Winnipesaukee Historical Society
The Lake Winnipesaukee Historical Society was established to promote and preserve the history and legacy of Lake Winnipesaukee and vicinity.
 Lebanon Historical Society
The Lebanon Historical Society — a non-profit organization — has been active since 1958 in collecting historical information pertinent to Lebanon's past and present.
Explore Lebanon : Timeline, Historic Features, Landmarks, Walking Tour, more...
 Nashua History
 Strawbery Banke Museum, Portsmouth
Step over the threshold of history to life in New Hampshire's oldest seacoast neighborhood. Experience life from the late 1600s to the 1950s in this neighborhood known as Puddle Dock. The site, known today as Strawbery Banke Museum, offers a glimpse into the everyday lives of everyday people who called this area home for nearly four centuries.

Muziek, Kunst & Cultuur

 Lebanon Opera House
The Lebanon Opera House, an historic 800 seat facility with superb acoustics, is the largest proscenium theater in the Upper Connecticut River Valley. Since its dedication in 1924, the Opera House has served as a venue for vaudeville, traveling theatricals, and community events.
 Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Portsmouth - premier entertainment venue on the Seacoast
Constructed in 1892, the Bow Street Theatre building originally was designed for beer and grain storage. It was built with walls up to two feet thick for insulation from winter cold and summer heat. In 1979, a glass enclosure for the lobby area was added when the facility was renovated as a theatre.


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