Day Trips

Explore History in The Lakes Region

The state of New Hampshire is deeply rooted in history with towns that were founded as far back as the 1600’s. Our beautiful Lakes Region also shares this rich connection to the past. Immerse yourself in history at our local museums and explored quaint New England towns on historic walks, all while enjoying the last of the brilliant fall colors. Then return to our charming guest rooms at The Lake House …

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MUFFINS & SCONES

LAKES REGION B&B’s ANNUAL MUFFIN & SCONE TOUR APRIL 22-23 Enjoy & Take Home Treats From Each of Seven Participating B&B’s And Be Entered To Win A $150 Gift Certificate To One of them! Saturday – 4/22/17 1:00-6:00PM Sunday – 4/23/17 1:00-3:00PM For Tour Tickets & Info Contact the Lake House at Ferry Point at (603) 524-0087 

Bald Eagle Watching on Squam Lake

A beautiful pair of bald eagles has been nesting just North of us at Squam Lake for 13 years running. Consider adding this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to your Lakes Region vacation agenda! The wildlife in and around our lakes is diverse and abundant, but nothing causes quite as much excitement and stir as spotting our famous pair of nesting bald eagles! It is an absolute favorite among our guests, with folks …

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Why Visit New Hampshire’s Lakes Region?

The Lakes Region of New Hampshire and the Lake House at Ferry Point Inn make for an amazing, yet lesser-known summer getaway destination. The Lakes Region comes to life in the summer time, welcoming visitors from all over the world. Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest lake in the region, home to such treasures as Wolfeboro and its antique boat museum, Meredith, with its shops and scenic beauty, and Moultonborough, with the …

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Circumnavigating Lake Winnipesaukee By Motorcycle: One Great Ride

Bike Week is fast upon us. The Laconia Motorcycle Rally is a long tradition that harkens back to the days when rallies were held on dirt tracks in Laconia. The gatherings associated with those races have grown vastly over the many years of the rally and have now become the week long celebration of everything on two (and sometimes three) wheels, informally known as Bike Week. There are extensive races …

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