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Price and Availability Index in New Hampshire
Vacation Rental Price Information in New Hampshire
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in New Hampshire. The most expensive prices are in June (6/29 - 7/6). Prices reach an average of $282 per night. Prices decrease in a week of November (11/16 - 11/23), where average prices are $245.
Rental Availability Information in New Hampshire
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. The week with the least available rentals is in June (6/29 - 7/6), with only 39% of the rentals available. It will be easy to find a rental that suits you in a week of September (9/14 - 9/21), as 86% of the rentals are still available.
The Weather in New Hampshire
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. July is the warmest month in New Hampshire with average maximum temperatures of 80°. However, temperatures can go lower than 14° in New Hampshire in February. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is January.
Stay in a New Hampshire vacation rental for a fun-filled vacation
The fifth smallest state in the U.S., New Hampshire offers plenty of hiking and skiing opportunities. It is home to White Mountain National Forest, for example, a lovely destination for hiking and camping in summer or skiing during the winter. In the fall, the state offers a riot of color in the form of incredible foliage.
Vacation homes in New Hampshire are available in many different sizes, ideal whether you want rentals for a solo traveler or your entire family. There is also a terrific variety, from ski cabins and lakeside homes to condos and mountainside houses.
Accessing the Best of the State from New Hampshire Vacation Rentals
New Hampshire (NH) is a small state, both in population and in land mass. Three main airports service New Hampshire, Lebanon Municipal Airport to the north, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in the south and Portsmouth International Airport at Pease in the western part of the state. The airports offer regional services from other New England destinations as well as service to and from Canada. Holidaymakers are strongly advised to rent a car for their stay, no matter which one of the many New Hampshire vacation homes they decide to take, in order to make the most of the state's various regional and national parks and their associated activities. New Hampshire is served by several major roadways and can be easily accessed by vehicle from nearby transport hubs such as Montreal, Boston and Albany.
Must-try foods in New Hampshire
In summer, grab a signature lobster roll to enjoy the delicious taste of the fresh seafood of New Hampshire. You can enjoy this mouthwatering roll in two different ways: warm with butter or cold with mayonnaise. Visit Brown's Lobster Pound in Seabrook for an authentic beach shack experience. And if you're allergic to shellfish, try the fried lake bass.
Pancakes with local maple syrup is an ideal dish for sweets-lovers. Polly's Pancake Parlor in Sugar Hill is well-known for its selection of mouthwatering pancakes and picture-perfect views. If ice cream happens to be your family's favorite dessert, you're in luck: be sure to try a maple sundae or a local favorite, maple walnut ice cream.
Museums in New Hampshire
The Currier Museum of Art is located in Manchester and is home to a wide collection of works by New Hampshire artists, as well as internationally renowned artists. Work exhibited in the museum's permanent collection includes pieces by artists like Henri Matisse, Frank Lloyd Wright, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and Georgia O’Keeffe.
Woodman Institute Museum in Dover has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1980. Dedicated to science, history, and the arts, some of the collections on display include Civil War items, Native American artifacts, minerals, and even taxidermied mammals.
Enjoy a Family Vacation in New Hampshire
New Hampshire vacation homes provide the ideal entry point for families with children to this state's beautiful landscapes and natural playgrounds.
The Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center is a fun place to spend the day with children of all ages – parents will love it, too! This historic family farm offers hiking in the summer and snowshoeing in the winter, alongside traditional farming demonstrations such as exploration of the barn, gardens and old-fashioned maple sugar harvesting each March.
For a more relaxing way of enjoying the New Hampshire countryside during your vacation, stay at a New Hampshire vacation rental and take a ride on the historic Hobo Railroad. Children will be thrilled with the ride, which takes families through the Lincoln-Woodstock area along the Pemigewasset River.
One of the country’s top waterparks is also located within the state and is convenient to many New Hampshire vacation rentals. The Whale’s Tale Water Park guarantees a day of family fun, both relaxing and exhilarating, thanks to the park's great rides.
Best campgrounds in New Hampshire
The White Mountains cover almost a quarter of New Hampshire, offering you plenty of mountain climbing and hiking opportunities. Part of the Franconia Notch State Park, Lafayette Place Campground is one of the most popular campgrounds in the state. It is open throughout the year, and all of its 97 sites serve as a perfect base to explore the White Mountains.
White Lake State Park, on the other hand, is one of the largest campgrounds in these mountains. The 203 sites on this campground are all located along the White Lake for which the site is named, while many camp sites nearby also offer you great lake views. What’s more, this is the only campground in the White Mountains that has a beach fit for swimming.
New Hampshire: A nature-lovers' paradise
Mount Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center
The science of weather and climate is at your fingertips in this interactive center that brings the wonders of the sky indoors.
Franconia Notch State Park
This beautiful State Park surrounds a mountain pass, which runs from Flume Gorge to Echo Lake. Come here for hiking, mountain climbing, skiing and much more amidst a dramatic natural setting.
Canobie Lake Park
The whole family will enjoy the rides, water rides, games and food that are all to be found in this exciting amusement park in Salem.
The Mount Washington Cog Railway
Take a three hour guided train tour to the highest peak in north-eastern America and you'll be rewarded with panoramic views of New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.
There's nowhere else to be at Christmas time than Santa's Village. Throughout the year though, the park is filled with attractions, from fun, fast rides to the water park and special events.
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