Easy hiking with amazing views of the Presidential Range, Kilkenny Range, Percy Peaks, and the upper Connecticut River Valley. This State Park is chock-full of historic and cultural relics, as well as other fantastic recreation options.
This river stretches along US Route 2 before it reaches the Connecticut River. The rive offers excellent fishing for Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Burbot (Cusk); picnic spots, and beautiful nature-viewing.
The mighty Connecticut River flows between the border of Vermont and New Hampshire and offers fantastic fishing, boating, and picnicking. Fish in the Connecticut River include Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Pickerel, Horned Pout (Bullhead), Black Crappie, and Rock Bass.
Located in Forest Lake State Park, Mirror Lake offers boating, fishing, swimming, and picnicking for all ages. Mirror Lake offers Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Pickerel, and Horned Pout (Bullhead).
Flowing out of Maine, the Saco River is a popular spot for excellent fishing. The river is great for boating, as well as tubing. Try your luck at fishing for Alewife, Brook Trout, Largemouth Bass, Salmon, Striped Bass, Smallmouth Bass, and Common Carp.
This river starts at Cherry Pond and flows to the Connecticut River along US Route 3. This river offers great fishing for Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass, Pickerel, and Northern Pike.
A fascinating museum, made possible by the Gorham Historical Society, packed with historical artifacts of local and regional significance. The museum even includes a model railroad and an exhibit where visitors may look into a caboose
Located in Crawford Notch State Park, the site of the Willey House sits on the side of US 302 for tourists to explore. The Willeys lived in this house in the early 1800's until 1825 when a tragic landslide resulted in losing 3 of their children. Visitors can explore the grounds and learn about what life was like back in the early 1800s.
A comprehensive collection of the history of Bethlehem and its surrounding area. Information includes the history of key persons, Native Americans, iconic buildings, and the rise of industries such as the railroad to the rise of fads such as tea houses.
Located in an 1868 church, this museum features fascinating artifacts and relics representing the history Jefferson. This little museum also hosts an annual Postcard Show and Sale which draws a crowd from all over New England.
An early 1900s Opera House which once hosted Vaudeville acts is now reopened for events such as Gorham Players Theater and Androscoggin Valley Hospital's Health Lectures. This opera house is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.