Merrimack carpenter Erik Cook founded New Hampshire Cornhole and created the first Old Man of the Mountain cornhole boards.
Tucked neatly in the northwest area of New Hampshire are the twin towns of Newport and Claremont that, over the last couple of decades, have struggled with a disabled economy. But all that is changing and what has emerged will surprise you.
Visiting the twin towns of Hopkinton and Contoocook reveals a number of shops worthy of some serious retail therapy.
Rock music photographer Joe Stevens, who now lives a quiet life in Portsmouth, once chronicled the evolution of rock ‘n’ roll capturing on film legends such as David Bowie, Paul McCartney and Johnny Cash.
Take a detour away from the beach to discover classy shopping in North Hampton on New Hampshire's seacoast.
General stores have changed with the times over the last 200 years. Some closed their doors, but dozens adapted to modern life — without losing their historical roots — and still thrive here in New Hampshire.
Head to the lakes for the views and great shopping in Center Harbor and Moultonborough.
Walpole offers great shopping destinations to go along with its famous chocolatier, L.A. Burdick Handmade Chocolates.
The Saint-Gaudens estate in Cornish is New Hampshire’s only national park and carries the dubious distinction of being the least-visited park in the country. But the nation’s ignorance is our gain, since this unspoiled and stunningly beautiful spot is also uncrowded and accessible.
Destination New Hampshire is a guide to the resources that visitors and current residents need most. Showcasing the seven regions of our diverse state, Destination is an easy-to-use, informative reference guide in a convenient format that people will utilize and share with others.