Travel Directions

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Area Attractions

White Lake State Park

White Lake State Park 1.4 miles

White Lake State Park offers some of the best swimming in the White Mountain region. Please note: Due to the popularity of White Lake State Park's beach area on nice weekends and holidays, the beach will most likely sell-out in the morning hours. Once the beach area reaches capacity additional beach goers cannot be admitted.

White Lake Speedway

White Lake Speedway 1.7 miles

White Lake Speedway offers the ultimate in regional entertainment, featuring Mini-Golf, Laser Tag, Go-Karts and a well-equipped Game Room. This family oriented park is convenient to Chocorua Camping Village KOA. Check the website for hours and further information on the various attractions.

Chocorua Lake

Chocorua Lake 3.2 miles

Chocorua Lake, also known as Lake Chocorua, is about a mile in length and a half mile across. Most of the lake is quite shallow with an average depth of 12 feet. The Chocorua Lake Basin watershed is 13.2 square miles of mostly protected forest. At the south end is the much photographed Narrows Bridge, with Mount Chocorua in view just beyond the lake.

Barnstormers Theater

Barnstormers Theatre 4.8 miles

The Barnstormers, located in the bucolic village of Tamworth, NH, is one of the longest-running professional summer theatres in the country. The company was founded in 1931 by Francis Cleveland, the youngest son of President Grover Cleveland, Francis’s wife Alice and their friend Ed Goodnow – all of whom were involved with theatre on Broadway.

Remick Country Doctor Museum Farm

Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm 4.9 miles

The only country doctor museum in New England—one of only three in the United States, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm provides year-round opportunities for you to engage with rural New England history. Share the rich history of two country doctors and their village homestead through interactive and self-led exploration.

Indian Mound Golf

Indian Mound Golf Club 6.8 miles

Architect Phil Wogan presents a challenging par 70 gold course with a relatively level front 9 and a gentle rolling terrain back 9. This is a newly renovated, well-groomed and player-friendly course. Open mid-April through mid-November. A fully-stocked Pro Shop is on site. Lessons are available and River’s Edge Grill and Tavern is on site.

Mount Chocorua

Mount Chocorua 7.8 miles

Mount Chocorua (3,490 feet elevation) is the easternmost peak of the Sandwich Range and at the southern end of the White Mountains. From its bare peak, hikers have excellent views of the surrounding lakes, mountains, and forests. Mt Chocorua is one of New Hampshire’s most frequently hiked and easily recognizable mountains.

Madison Boulder

Madison Boulder 9.1 miles

Madison Boulder Natural Area is home to the largest known erratic in New England, and among the largest in the world. Madison Boulder is a huge granite rock measuring 83 feet in length, 23 feet in height above the ground, 37 feet in width, and weighing in at upwards of 5,000 tons!

Kancamagus Scenic Byway

Kancamagus Scenic Byway 12.6 miles

The Kancamagus Highway is a 34.5 mile scenic drive along NH's Rt. 112 in Northern New Hampshire that is known as one of the best Fall Foliage viewing areas in the country. The Kancamagus Scenic Byway takes you through the White Mountain National Forest with breathtaking views of the Swift River, Sabbaday Falls, Lower Falls and Rocky Gorge.

Settlers Green North Conway Outlets

Settlers Green Outlets 16.9 miles

Welcome to tax-free North Conway! Discover outlet stores and restaurants at Settlers Green, which includes Settlers Green Outlet Village and Settlers Green Streetside. Find retail stores, outlets and restaurants at Settlers Crossing, 1/4-mile from Settlers Green Outlet Village. And hop over to Settlers Corner for additional stores and restaurants.

Castle in the Clouds

Castle in the Clouds 19.5 miles

Castle in the Clouds opened to the public in 1959. The house is an unusual example of Arts and Crafts architecture in New England, expressing that aesthetic movement’s philosophy of living in harmony with nature. Designed by the architectural firm of J. Williams Beal & Sons of Boston for the self-made shoe manufacturing millionare Thomas Plant.

Conway Scenic Railroad

Conway Scenic Railroad 19.9 miles

Enjoy an old-fashioned railroading experience as you journey on historic rail routes in vintage passenger cars, with all trains departing from our 1874 station in the middle of North Conway Village. For sections of the ride, you travel along Routes 16 or 302, crossing rivers along the way. These trains stay in the Valley, and offer some nice, distant mountain views.

MWV Children’s Museum

MWV Children’s Museum 21 miles

The MWV Children’s Museum motto reads: “The MWV Children's Museum - building tomorrow's grown-ups by providing opportunities for children and their care givers to learn through play.” The museum is best suited for children under the age of 8 years. If you have young children, this is a nearby must-see!

Story Land

Story Land 26.7 miles

Story Land is a children’s theme park that has entertained thousands of families for over 60 years. Story Land features twenty three uniquely themed rides, exciting live shows, interactive play areas, storybook characters, and all your favorite nursery rhyme animals set on 35 beautifully landscaped acres.


Mount Washington Cruise Ship 30.4 miles

Mount Washington Cruises offers Scenic Cruises and Sunset Dinner Dance Cruises on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire’s largest lake. Located at the foothills of the White Mountains and surrounded by mountain ranges, Winnipesaukee contains more than 300 islands and covers 44,000 acres of crystal clear water.

Mount Washington

Mount Washington 37.9 miles

Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern US with an evelvation of 6,288 feet. The mountain has some of the world’s most extreme weather and remains the world record holder for wind speed at 231 MPH. Enjoy an ambitious (difficult) day hike up Tuckerman or Ammonoosuc Ravine, or take a trip up the Auto Road or famous Cog Railway.

Clark’s Trading Post

Clark’s Trading Post 48.5 miles

Where else can you watch a famous Black Bear Show, ride a Steam Train, be chased by the Infamous Wolfman, and be amazed by Chinese Acrobats all in the same day? Cool off on the Water Blaster Boats, scale the walls of the Old Man Climbing Tower and learn to glide on a Segway. Home of Clark’s trained bears.

Flume Gorge

Flume Gorge 52.2 miles

The Flume is a natural gorge extending 800 feet at the base of Mount Liberty. The walls of Conway granite rise to a height of 70 to 90 feet and are 12 to 20 feet apart. A trip into the Flume begins and ends at the Flume Visitor's Center. Guests can choose to walk through just the Gorge or do a two mile loop.

The Cog

The Mount Washington Cog Railway 53.8 miles

The Cog is the first mountain-climbing cog railway in the world. With an average grade of 25% (some sections approach nearly 38%), it’s also the second steepest! Motive power is primarily provided by a fleet of seven powerful biodiesel locomotives, each custom designed, built and maintained on site. With a nod to its steam heritage, the railway also continues to operate a pair of coal-fired steam engines in the warmer months, both well over a century old.

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Physical Address:
893 White Mountain Hwy Route 16
Tamworth, NH 03886

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PO Box 484
Chocorua, NH 03817

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