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lake, the park's hiking trails and picnic areas are a haven for na- ture lovers. A clearly marked hiking trail leads from the park, offering access to Goose Pond, the Sugarloafs, Bear Mountain, Welton Falls, and Mt. Cardi- gan. Remember, the park is not staffed in the off-season.
Grab breakfast at some of our local favorite locations, such as the Bristol Diner, Gina’s and Gilly’s in Bristol and The Main Street Station, Rise and Shine Cafe in Plymouth just to name a few. Patrons are always satisfied with the delicious food, friendly staff, and welcoming atmosphere.
Dive into history at The Mu- seum of the White Mountains. Located on the Plymouth State University campus at 34 High- land St., the Museum of the White Mountains is a hub for un- derstanding the cultural, artistic, and environmental heritage of New Hampshire’s White Moun- tains and Lakes regions. It wel- comes both university members and the public to learn about the area’s past, present, and future.
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The museum hosts exhibitions in various galleries, including the Main Upstairs Gallery, Lower Level Gallery, and Open Lab Gallery. These exhibitions cover a range of topics, from indige- nous cultures and early settlers to environmental conservation and contemporary art. Inter- active learning experiences are available for visitors of all ages to explore the region’s significance.
Admission is free, allowing visitors to explore the museum's exhibitions freely. Whether you're a local, a student at Plymouth State University, or a visitor, the museum offers a chance to con-
nect with the White Mountains’ heritage. Check the museum's website for hours and additional information.
For over 180 years, the New- found Lake Inn has been a wel- coming haven for travelers. Its roots go back to 1840 when it served as an overnight stop on the stagecoach route from Bos- ton to Montreal. Despite the pas- sage of time, the inn continues to exude its historic charm, offering guests a glimpse into the region’s rich heritage.
Beyond its idyllic waterfront setting, the Newfound Lake Inn offers a vibrant calendar of
events and live music, provid- ing guests with opportunities for entertainment and socializing. Whether you’re savoring a lei- surely breakfast on the full ve- randa or mingling with fellow travelers at one of the inn's lively gatherings, each moment prom- ises to be memorable.
Adding to the allure of the Newfound Lake Inn is SAL’s Birch Bar & Roof Deck, a cozy retreat where guests can unwind with handcrafted cocktails and panoramic views of the lake. Whether you're basking in the warm glow of the sunset or star- gazing under the night sky, the rooftop deck offers a serene set- ting to savor the beauty of New- found Lake.
Looking for a hidden gem right by Newfound Lake and Wellington State Park! Try The Traveler’s Rest Brewpub located at 22 Hemp Hill Rd, Bristol. Of- fering a great selection of beers and pub food.
The Newfound Country Store is another treat to check off on your Spring activities list. A unique Country Store that has something for everyone. New- found Country Store is not your typical convenience store, in fact
it’s not a convenience store at all, it is a Destination. It’s a Country Store where one can sit with a cup of coffee and a newspaper and mingle with local friends. A Country Store where one can order breakfast, lunch or dinner and grocery shop at the same time – picking up everything from milk and bread to specialty items. A Country Store where one can shop for clothing for the entire family and pick up a special gift for any occasion. A Country Store where one can stock up on bait, purchase Fish & Game licenses, register your snowmo- bile and eat an ice cream cone. A Country Store where one can find a friendly staff and gas up for the ride home.
Springtime in Newfound of- fers many indoor and outdoor ac- tivities for visitors and locals alike. From hiking and fishing to pic- nicking by the lake and exploring historic sites, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this pic- turesque region. Whether you're seeking adventure or relaxation, the arrival of spring brings new opportunities to immerse your- self in the natural beauty and vibrant community spirit of Newfound.
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