Comfort Inn & Suites
21 Railroad St.
Lincoln, NH 03251
Phone: (603) 745-6700
Fax: (603) 745-2131
21 Railroad St., Lincoln, NH, US, 03251
- Phone: (603) 745-6700
- Fax: (603) 745-2131
Enjoy the lavish landscaping, cascading waterfalls, and meandering streams while playing 36 holes designed to be fun for all ages.
Opened in 1905, the library now offers over 3300 square feet and internet access.
Enjoy trained bears, a train ride and more amusements.
This is one of those good stops to know about if the kids grow weary of hiking the White Mountains. At first glance, it has tourist trap written all over it, but once inside you will mutter, "Zang, this is fun." Kids can jerk their necks around on the water bumper boats, or relax on a 30-minute train ride. The fearless can get awed in Mystical Mansion, or marvel at a trained black bear show. There are also plenty of novelty shops full of New Hampshire-type items such as maple sugar products and candles.
Experience the industry's best new water thrill ride, Eye of the Storm, at the region's only full size water park. Enjoy the huge wave pool or unwind in the lazy river. Kids will love Whale Harbor. Free tube usage. Open seasonally.
Tour Lost River Gorge on boardwalks, following the river as it appears and disappears among the chaotic jumble of glacially scattered boulders. Explore caves if you choose, but all caves can be by-passed. Featuring gemstone mining, a nature garden, and gift shop.
In the folds of the White Mountain ranges stands the Cannon Mountain which houses the famous Cannon Mountain Ski Area. It also has a state-owned resort, which is positioned well within the Franconia Notch State Park. The skiing park offers nine lifts in a 165-acre (66-hectare) area. In the state of North Hampshire, this is one of the most vertical skiing grounds. The skiing season starts in the months of December and ends by in April. Many famous Olympic skiers have been born and brought up in this area.
This house preserves Robert Frost's legacy through memorabilia-filled rooms, occasional readings, a half-mile nature trail, and a narrated video by Frost's great-grandson.
Walk through this natural chasm and see covered bridges, waterfalls, a scenic pool, and panoramic mountain views.
This park was the home of the Old Man of the Mountain, the symbol for New Hampshire. Also features two lakes, hiking trails, a bike path, the Flume Gorge, and a campground.
This furnace is the only such furnace still standing in New Hampshire. Learn the operation of this hot blast iron furnace, in operation from 1805 to 1865, through scale models and interpretive outdoor panels.
Littleton's jubilant bronze sculpture tributes hometown author, Eleanor H. Porter (1868