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Old 08-27-2011, 11:37 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Conway, NH places of interest

A member of a different forum had asked about things to do in the Conway, NH area. I have a relative that has a cabin up there and they have prepared a list for people staying at the cabin. Thought I would share it on this forum also. If others can thing of anything to add, please do:
Places to Go and Things to Do in Conway, NH:

Some of our favorite places to eat:
  • Peaches (The best breakfast you will ever have!!)
  • Delanys
  • Horsefeathers
  • Red Parka Pub
  • Hooligans
  • Vito Marcello’s (formerly Bellinis)
  • The Muddy Moose
  • The White Mountain Hotel (somewhat dressier than the others)
Things to do:
  • The Kancgamangas Highway…many hiking and swimming areas
  • Sabbaday Falls on the Kanc
  • Cathedral Ledge
  • Echo Lake State Park
  • Saco River if you like to kayak or canoe (Saco Bound will also bring a kayak to Conway Lake or Saco River to meet you)
  • Cannon Mountain and Wildcat Mountain both have Tram Rides
  • Attitash Mountain for a scenic chair lift, alpine slides, mountain coaster, waterslides
  • Cranmore has a summer adventure park with mountain coaster, summer tubing, etc.
  • The Cog Railroad for a wild train ride!
  • Franconia Notch train ride
  • Moose Tours – highly recommended…we saw 5 or 6 when we went!! (wmvmoosetours.com for reservations)
  • The Beach at Conway Lake is a great place to swim
  • The outlet stores at Settlers Green and on Main Street are great for a rainy day
If you are looking for WiiFii:
  • The Met Coffee Shop (also has great coffee!!)
  • Settlers Green

Happy trails.

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Old 08-27-2011, 11:42 AM   #2
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Mt Washington Auto Road anytime.

Watch for the Antique Auto Race up Mt Washington

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Story Land

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Mt Washington Auto Road anytime.

Watch for the Antique Auto Race up Mt Washington
Story Land
Me and Willa was out on Mt Baker in 07 and I believe they had antique auto races up there also. I know we seen a bunch of them going up as we were going down. Real ''vintage'' racers too...... I bet with those old ''mechanical brakes'' it was a real ''thrill'' getting them back down the mountain........

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