East Madison Vacations

Explore East Madison, situated in Central New Hampshire. This is a delightful region blessed with forests, lakes and rolling hills.

From East Madison, it's about 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the east to Portland and 65 miles (105 kilometers) to the south to Manchester.

When it comes to getting the best from your holiday, it's good to keep in mind that East Madison is merely just the start; Central New Hampshire is dotted with scenic delights. Make sure you check out the StoryLand and Crawford Notch State Park in and around Bartlett, 13 miles (21 kilometers) distance away. Another idea is to make your way over to Jackson. It's about 17 miles (27 kilometers) from East Madison and is home to the Black Mountain Ski Area and Wildcat Mountain Ski Area.

Get some transportation head to North Conway, a major city for the region, located 11 miles (18 kilometers) from East Madison. The place offers a wide range of visitor attractions, for example Settlers' Green Outlet Village, Attitash and Conway Scenic Railway. Cranmore Mountain Resort and North Conway Depot Railroad Museum a few of the other interesting attractions worth checking out for those who have time left.

Enjoy a break from seeing the sights and spend a relaxing afternoon tubing or rafting. The East Madison region is the perfect place to head outside and participate in some great winter activities. When the temperature falls, do as the locals do and spend the day snowboarding and cross-country skiing.

The closest major airport, Portland International Jetport Airport, is situated in Portland, 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the east of East Madison, a handy point to remember when planning your trip.

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