This beautiful rural drive through the Upper Valley takes you to Bardo Farm, a thriving Free Stater project, then through the small city of Newport, and to Mt. Sunapee’s lakeside resort and state park. You can even enjoy a dinner cruise and check out an ice house dating back to 1921.
Enfield Shaker Museum
447 NH-4A, Enfield, NH 03748
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the site is a vibrant cultural, community and educational center.
92 Forehand Road, Croydon, NH
Get a tour of the property, pet and feed various animals, check out new projects, walk the trails, even stay in a cabin. Coming for the weekend? Don’t miss Farm Fridays with Friends 12-2pm, Potluck Dinner- first Sat of the month 5-9pm
Richards Free Library
58 N Main St, Newport, NH 03773
The Seth Mason Richards House, housing the Richards Free Library and the Library Arts Center, is a historic house, public library, and art gallery at 58 North Main Street in Newport, New Hampshire.
Newport Farmer’s Market
The Common, Newport, NH
Local vendors, train rides for little kids, live music, and visiting alpacas and donkeys all summer long on Fridays from 3-6pm.
Sanctuary Dairy Farm Ice Cream
209 Rte 103 Sunapee, NH
You can take a summer hike, enjoy a picnic or a full range of activities for all ages. Sanctuary Dairy aka Beck’s Place , where blowing bubbles and chasing them is fun, climbing the apples trees, and feeding the critters is not only allowed, but encouraged.
456 Route 103A, Newbury, NH 03255
Eighty-three acres of woodlands and grounds and nearly half a mile of undeveloped Lake Sunapee shoreline
Mt Sunapee Resort
1398 Route 103, Newbury, NH 03255
Adventure park fun for the whole family!
Mt Sunapee State Park
86 Beach Access Rd, Newbury, NH 03255
Mount Sunapee State Park is a major recreation area in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region offering year-round activities
MV Kearsarge Restaurant Ship
1 Lake Ave, Sunapee, NH 03782
Each dinner cruise last 2 hours and is narrated by the Captain with facts and lore of Lake Sunapee. The MV Kearsarge features two decks of enclosed dining and an open-air walkway around the top deck. The boat operates from May to October
Ice House Museum
91 Pleasant St, New London, NH 03257
Built in 1921, this unique round structure was originally home to the flourishing Cedar Falls Ice and Fuel Company. It stored six to eight thousand tons of ice each year—cut right from the frozen Cedar River.
Muster Field Farm
Harvey Rd, North Sutton, NH 03260
Over 200 of the museum’s 250 acres are under a conservation easement with the Society for the Protection of NH Forests. A program of selective cutting and sustainable forest management maintains diverse stands of mixed hardwoods and softwoods.