Best Places to Visit in New Hampshire

Best Places to Visit in New Hampshire

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3 Popular Attractions In New Hampshire

  • Tuckerman Ravine: Cirque in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
  • New Hampshire Facts

    • Alan Bartlett Shepard Jr., the first American to travel in space is from East Derry, New Hampshire.
    • In Holderness Captain Pierre Havre and his canine first mate, Bogie, have built a sailing tour around the locations from the Katherine Hepburn/Henry Fonda movie On Golden Pond.
    • The granite profile “Old Man of the Mountain” is one of the most famous natural landmarks in the state. The Old Man’s head measures 40 feet from chin to forehead and is made up of five ledges. Nature carved this profile thousands of years ago. The natural sculpture is 1,200 feet above Echo Lake.
    • Newport resident Sarah Josepha Hale wrote “Mary Had a Little Lamb.”
    • New Hampshire was the first state to offer lottery in the twentieth century United States in 1964.
    Estimated demographics of the top five municipalities by population[46]
    Manchester Nashua Concord Derry Dover
    Population, Census (2010) 109,565 86,494 42,695 33,109 29,987
    Population estimates (July 1, 2019) 112,673 89,355 43,627 33,485 32,191
    Population change (April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2019) 2.8% 3.3% 2.2% 1.1% 7.4%
    Age and sex
    Persons under 5 years 6.0% 5.3% 4.8% 4.9% 6.4%
    Persons under 18 years 19.5% 19.5% 18.4% 21.2% 19.1%
    Persons 65 years and over 13.2% 15.7% 16.4% 12.1% 16.0%
    Female persons 49.6% 50.7% 49.7% 50.2% 52.5%
    Race and ethnicity
    White 84.8% 82.6% 88.1% 94.7% 91.4%
    Non-Hispanic White 76.9% 73.2% 86.1% 92.5% 88.1%
    Hispanic or Latino alone 10.4% 12.7% 3.0% 4.2% 3.7%
    Black or African American 6.1% 4.1% 3.5% 0.8% 1.3%
    American Indian and Alaska Native 0.1% 0.1% 0.6% 0.1% 0.1%
    Asian 5.1% 8.4% 4.7% 1.2% 4.1%
    Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander
    Two or more races 3.0% 3.2% 2.3% 1.7% 3.0%
    Population characteristics
    Veterans (2015-2019) 6,352 5,575 2,945 2,290 2,061
    Foreign-born persons (2015-2019) 14.5% 15.7% 9.5% 4.6% 7.2%

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    Live Births by Single Race/Ethnicity of Mother
    Race 2013[52] 2014[53] 2015[54] 2016[55] 2017[56] 2018[57] 2019[58] 2020[59]
    White: 11,570 (93.3%) 11,494 (93.4%) 11,600 (93.3%)
    > Non-Hispanic White 11,064 (89.2%) 10,917 (88.7%) 10,928 (87.9%) 10,641 (86.7%) 10,524 (86.9%) 10,317 (86.0%) 10,079 (85.1%) 10,075 (85.4%)
    Asian 485 (3.9%) 528 (4.3%) 527 (4.2%) 504 (4.1%) 479 (4.0%) 472 (3.9%) 508 (4.3%) 428 (3.6%)
    Black 316 (2.5%) 259 (2.1%) 280 (2.3%) 208 (1.7%) 234 (1.9%) 241 (2.0%) 255 (2.2%) 256 (2.2%)
    American Indian 25 (0.2%) 21 (0.2%) 26 (0.2%) 8 (0.0%) 26 (0.2%) 13 (0.1%) 18 (0.2%) 10 (0.1%)
    Hispanic (of any race) 513 (4.1%) 591 (4.8%) 638 (5.1%) 697 (5.7%) 673 (5.6%) 745 (6.2%) 771 (6.5%) 797 (6.7%)
    Total New Hampshire 12,396 (100%) 12,302 (100%) 12,433 (100%) 12,267 (100%) 12,116 (100%) 11,995 (100%) 11,839 (100%) 11,791 (100%)

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    Club Sport Venue League Level notes
    Amoskeag Rugby Club Rugby union Northeast Athletic Club, Pembroke New England Rugby Football Union Amateur
    Nashua Silver Knights Baseball Holman Stadium, Nashua Futures Collegiate Baseball League Collegiate summer baseball
    New Hampshire Fisher Cats Baseball Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, Manchester Double-A Northeast Professional Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays
    New Hampshire Wild Baseball Doane Diamond, Concord Empire Professional Baseball League Professional Independent minor league
    Northeast Ruckus American football N/A Womans Football Alliance Professional Based in Windham
    Seacoast United Phantoms Soccer Amesbury Sports Park USL League Two Semi-professional Based in Portsmouth, plays home games in nearby Amesbury, Massachusetts

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    Best Places to Visit in New Hampshire
    Welcome to New Hampshire! New Hampshire,which shares a border with Maine, Vermont and Massachusetts as well as a small Atlantic Ocean coastline and Canada to the north, offers visitors a chance to experience the very best that Mother Nature has to offer. The vast White Mountain National forest is home to the regions tallest peak, Mount Washington along with many other features sculpted by nature of many thousands of years.
    It all begs you to embrace the outdoors, from kayaking the hidden coves of the Lakes Region to trekking the upper peaks surrounding Mt Washington. Each season yields a bounty of adrenaline and activity: skiing and snowshoeing in winter; magnificent walks and drives through fall's fiery colors; and swimming in crisp mountain streams and berry-picking in summer. It was challenging to select only 10 must-see attractions and must-do experiences, but this is a great place to begin.

    #1.Mount Monadnock
    #2.Mount Washington
    #3.Canterbury Shaker Village,Canterbury
    #4.Conway Scenic Railroad,North Conway
    #5.Hampton Beach
    #6.Franconia Notch State Park
    #7.Kancamagus Highway
    #8.Moose Alley
    #9.White Mountain National Forest
    #10.Castle in the Clouds

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    2. Cute little high school project clearly done by someone who has never been to NH or most likely even the United States for that matter. However it looks like they teach you how to use Google, Wikipedia and YouTube like a champ. Keep up the hard work kid. Maybe you will be able to make an actual video someday. Or even better see what New Hampshire is actually like in person!

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