Packages in Mount Sunapee
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Mount Sunapee Vacation Packages
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You'll find this destination some 30 miles from the state capital of New Hampshire. It is also around 3 miles from Newbury.
During your stay here, you will want to head to Maple Lanes for a memorable day of fun and laughter.
You should head to Rollins State Park or John Hay National Wildlife Refuge when it's time to take a breather in Mount Sunapee. Lying back in the grass and enjoying a picnic in one of these green spaces will ensure that your vacation is the break you deserve.
Check out Connecticut Lakes Region, a special place that visitors like to stop at to dip their toes in the water. Walk around the lake and discover the local birdlife or just enjoy the area's unique beauty.
Pillsbury State Park and Sculptured Rocks Natural Area are two scenic places where locals and visitors love to go to enjoy a fine day. Both these protected reserves are delightful places to observe amazing natural habitats.
Set aside a day or two to explore some of the popular cultural institutions nearby. New Hampshire Telephone Museum and Newport Historical Society offer a range of displays and collections that will be sure to capture your interest. Another two worth considering are the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum and the New London Historical Society.
Wander back through the ages at Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church and the Fells, just a sample of the important heritage sites in and around the area.
One of the more interesting historic sites in the Mount Sunapee area is Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge. Stroll from end to end, admire the view and grab a few photos.
Like so many destinations with a complex history, Mount Sunapee is home to a couple of significant memorials and symbolic sculptures. Ruggles Mine and Blow-Me-Down Bridge are often visited sites.
If you're interested to see Mount Sunapee's premier educational institution, arrange a visit to the Colby-Sawyer College. Explore the campus, inspect the facilities and check for any tours or open days that might be happening during your stay.
Mount Sunapee boasts several theater venues sure to please lovers of the arts. Enjoy seeing established and up-and-coming artists performing live at New London Barn Playhouse and Claremont Opera House.
Just because you are on vacation doesn't mean you can't squeeze in a few rounds. This destination boasts some of the finest golf courses in the region. The real enthusiasts can often be found at the Lake Sunapee Golf Club. Additionally, there are some great greens at the Newport Golf Club and also Country Club Of New Hampshire.
Vacationers keen on snowboarding and skiing can carve up the powder at Mount Sunapee's ski fields and resorts. Arrowhead Recreation Area is renowned among vacationers due to its exceptional facilities.
Accommodation in Mount Sunapee
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Two of the more upmarket Mount Sunapee hotels are the Mountain Edge Resort & Spa at Sunapee, at 1380 Route 103, and the Follansbee Inn, at 2 Keyser Street. Alternatively, in the bargain bracket, there's also The Maples at Warner and the Sunapee Lake Lodge. The Maples at Warner is housed at 69 East Main Street, while the Sunapee Lake Lodge is found at 1403 Route 103.