Featured Town: Jackson, NH

Jackson, New Hampshire is one of the most sought after vacation areas in Mt. Washington Valley. Originally known as New Madbury, Jackson was incorporated in 1800 and the name was changed to Adams in honor of President John Adams. In 1829, the name was changed to Jackson in honor of President Andrew Jackson. In 1876, the famous covered bridge was built and was known as “Honeymoon Bridge.” The bridge still remains and is the cornerstone of Jackson Village. Jackson has indoor and outdoor activities for all seasons. It has golf courses, XC and Alpine skiing, great hiking trails, fly fishing, café’s and delis, fine dining, shopping and more. It is also home to Jackson Falls, a beautiful and relaxing place to cool off in the summer at its cascading falls and swimming holes. Jackson Village has maintained its historic feel yet has all the amenities the modern vacationer is looking for.


Featured Lodging

Carter Notch Inn - Jackson, NH
The Carter Notch Inn is beautifully located in the quaint New England village of Jackson, New Hampshire, overlooking the Wildcat River & beautiful white mountains. Whether you are looking for a peaceful getaway, or to hike, fish, swim or ski; this romantic country inn has the White Mountains as its playground. Sally & Dick look forward to welcoming you and making your vacation in New Hampshire an experience you will want to revisit year after year!

Romantic Inns in Jackson NH - ,
A collection of romantic inns located in Jackson, New Hampshire.

Featured Vacation Fun

Featured Vacation
Saco Canoe Rental
Conway, NH

Saco Canoe Rental Company has been offering Saco River Rentals for over 25 years. Our convenient riverside location allows you to paddle back to your car. No waiting for shuttles after a relaxing day on the river. Saco Canoe Rental offers Day Trips for all ages and abilities ranging from 5 miles to 11 miles