Many of the County Links
on the left will keep you specifically in Sullivan County here in New Hampshire. We add new listings and links on a regular basis so bookmark this page and check back often.
Follow the river and you will follow the path many early settlers took. The mighty Connecticut River, which flows from northern New Hampshire to the Long Island Sound, forms the state's and this region's western border.
As important as the river was, this region is instead named for the Ivy League school, Dartmouth College in Hanover, first chartered in 1769; and for Lake Sunapee, the unusually clear lake graced by inland lighthouses. A State Park and mountain on its shore share the lake's name. Attractions in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region, run from the natural to the historic, from the Fells Historic Site at the John Hay National Wildlife Refuge in Newbury on the eastern shore of Lake Sunapee to Ruggles Mine in Grafton.
Sports enthusiasts have plenty to choose from year-round, from downhill and cross country skiing in winter; to boating, swimming and fishing on the Connecticut River and the many lakes and ponds in the summer. There are hundreds of miles of hiking and mountain biking trails, a number of challenging golf courses, State Beaches and State Parks.
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Hiking, climbing, cycling and skiing are enjoyed both by energetic locals and by the many visitors who drive up from Boston
and New York
. The major destinations are Lake Winnipesaukee in Belknap County
, and Conway
in the mountains further north. Mount Washington is in Coos County
. The lakes, islands and snowcapped peaks themselves are spectacular. And some say that the area around Cheshire County
and Keene, NH
is the "Currier and Ives" America has come to love.