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  • Holderness

    The Town of Holderness is in central New Hampshire, nestled between the foothills of the White Mountains and the shores of the Squam Lakes and offers the best of both worlds with water and mountain outdoor activities.

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    In Summer spend the day at the beach enjoying the sun or the water sports available. Take a boat out on the lake for a cruise or to fish or rent a canoe or a kayak. The lakes region is truly spectacular with over 273 lakes and ponds in the area.

    A day of golf is the perfect way to unwind and be active on vacation! The views and the challenges provided by the Lakes Region mountains make the game exciting.

    Head into the mountains for a little hiking, biking or rock climbing. Take the car and visit some of the surrounding towns that make up this beautiful area or why not visit Squam Lakes Natural Science Center.

    In winter the New Hampshire Lakes Region is well known for its mountains that seem like they were created just for the fun of snow and winter visitors! Rent a snowmobile or ATV for a rush on the trails. Or hit the slopes for some skiing, snowboarding and tubing fun!

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      Catch the Boston Red Sox in a game of baseball at their famous Fenway Park, which celebrated its millennium in 2012. Soak up the friendly but electric atmosphere as you try to work out the rules of the game!

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