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New Hampshire vacation homes for rent

New Hampshire is a New England state that can be found near the east coast of the United States. This state is known for its frigid winters, and it has a beauty which is very similar to other states in the New England region. Because of the frigid winters, New Hampshire is a great place for those who enjoy skiing. Those who enjoy nature will want to visit the Mount Washington State Park and the White Mountain National Forest. If you wish to fly into New Hampshire, you will need to go through the Manchester/Boston Regional Airport. While there are some public transportation systems available in this state, it is much easier to simply use a car.

Manchester is a town that history lovers will want to visit. It is a traditional mill town that has been recently revitalized. While there are a number of places where visitors can ski or hike, one of the most popular is The White Mountains. New Hampshire is also the home of Dartmouth College, a school which falls under the Ivy League category. Just visiting the beautiful campus of this school will add a lot to you vacation. It should also be noted that those who come to New Hampshire looking for a vibrant nightlife will not find it. While there are some clubs in the city of Manchester, the state is relatively quiet.

There are a few breweries in this state, and some of the most popular are the Redhook Brewery, the Seven Barrel Brewery, and the Tuckerman Brewing. When it comes to crime, those who wish to vacation in this state will be happy to learn that it is one of the safest places in the region. However, drivers will want to be cautious during the winter months, as going off the road can be extremely dangerous in certain places. It is also important to watch out for bears when you are hiking.