Featured Town: Intervale, NH

Bartlett, New Hampshire was named after Dr. Josiah Bartlett, an original signatory of The Declaration of Independence. Bartlett was incorporated in 1790 and consists of Intervale on the east, Bartlett village to the west, and Glen in the center. Bartlett is set in the White Mountains and surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest. Bartlett, geographically, is the largest area of the Mt. Washington Valley. Bartlett's spectacular views of the White Mountains has long made tourism a principal business. The major river flowing through Bartlett, the Saco, has been a place tourists have visited for centuries. Whether you are looking to do some boating, fishing, swimming, camping, or just take a leasurely stroll, the Saco is the place to go. If Dining is what your looking for, Bartlett has that too. From fine dining to small cafes, Bartlett has something for everyone. Bartlett has activities for all seasons from Skiing, golf, hiking, biking, fishing, shopping and more. Of course a trip to The White Mountains for the youngster in the group would not be complete without a stop at the famous Storyland.


Featured Lodging

Inn at Jackson - Jackson, NH
The Inn at Jackson provides lodging and accommodations for vacations and getways in the White Mountains near North Conway, NH. The Inn is a beautifully designed bed and breakfast sitting atop a rolling hill overlooking the romantic setting of the village of Jackson, NH.

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!

Featured Vacation Fun

Featured Vacation
Mount Washington Observatory
North Conway, NH

A non-profit scientific and educational institution, maintains a permanently staffed observatory at the top of New Hampshire's Mount Washington. Home of the world's worst weather, Mount Washington is 6288 feet above sea level and holds the world record wind of 231 mph. The Observatory conducts environmental observation, educational programs and technical research. Weatherphone (603) 356-0300