Top 10 Best Places To Live In New Hampshire In 2019
In the northeastern United States of America, right on the Canadian border, you will find New Hampshire.
This beautiful state has it all; bustling and bright cities, national forests galore and snow-capped mountains for good measure.
New Hampshire is filled with great places to call home.
While that commitment to individual liberties continues today, it's also balanced by a strong sense of community.
A lack of income and sales tax make it desirable from a financial standpoint,
but that's just one of several reasons why so many people choose to make their home in the Granite State.
If you're contemplating a move to New England, it won't take long to fall in love with New Hampshire's peaceful atmosphere.
Native residents already know what it is that sets the state apart. Whether you're moving from across town or across the country.
Here are the 10 best places to live in New Hampshire in 2018:
10. Manchester. (affordable place)
8. Nashua. (best for young professionals)
7. Gorham. (lowest cost of living)
6. Dover. (best for young professionals)
4. Bedford. (best suburbs to live)
3. Portsmouth. (best place to retire, find a job)
2. Madbury. (overall)
1. Hanover. (best place to raise a family)
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The White Mountains of New Hampshire call all RVers to a mountainous setting of grandiose vistas and outdoor adventure. In this episode of the RV Adventure Series the CampgroundViews.com team discover what makes this area of New Hampshire so special and give you 3 great excuses for planning your RV trip there for next year.
Starting with an overview of the region including some of the famous drives and views the team heads over to the first excuse at White Mountain ATV Rentals in Gorham New Hampshire to explore the wilds of New Hampshires 1,000 miles of off-road trails.
After hitting the backroads the team takes the classic Chevy truck up the most famous hill climb in the region, for excuse number two, by driving to the top of the Mt Washington Auto Road. On the way back down they spot a train and with CJ's encouragement race over to the Cog Railway.
Finally excuse number 3 was invented right here in New Hampshire the Mt Washington Cog-railway was conceived, designed, and only used to transport tourists from the base of the mountain to the very top. Take a trip back in history with this fun train ride that scales 37% grades!
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Camping at Coleman State Park & Coleman Lodges
Coleman State Park lies on the shore of Little Diamond Pond in Stewartstown, twelve miles east of Colebrook in New Hampshire's remote north country. The excellent trout fishing in Little Diamond Pond and nearby streams makes this park an excellent location for fishing enthusiasts.
The campground at Coleman State Park offers 25 campsites, including sites for ATV camping, where riders are able to leave their campsite and head right out on the trails. Trails connect with the 1000 mile of trails for OHRV riding and Snowmobiling in Coos County.
The Lodges at Coleman State Park also offer 4 season lodge rentals with 5 rental options to choose from. One lodges can hold up to 12 people and the others can hold up to 8 people each.
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Mount Washington Auto Road
Recorded September 15, 2016
The Mount Washington Auto Road an 8 mile toll road that extends from New Hampshire Route 16 in Pinkham Notch to the summit of Mount Washington in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The road climbs 4,618 feet from an altitude of 1,527 feet at the bottom to 6,145 feet at the top, an average gradient of 11.6%. The road was completed and opened to the public in 1861. Due to its remarkable location, weather, and history, the Mount Washington Auto Road is unlike any other driving experience in the Eastern United States. A trip on Mount Washington Auto Road is a one-of-a-kind experience offering ever-changing weather extremes, panoramic views and the opportunity to pass through four distinct climate zones as you climb to the highest peak in the Northeast. This video is one complete roundtrip of the scenic journey.
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