Boomerang Used Furniture & Funky Stuff, Ltd., is owned and operated by members and is run as a cooperative. Their goal is to use their collective knowledge to provide customers with excellent quality household furniture, antiques, gifts and accessories at an affordable price. New inventory arrives daily through valued consignors and members. Looking for something special? Let them know and they’ll put it on their Wish List and contact you when an item meeting your needs comes in.
Proudly serving the White Mountains Region since 2012, Linwood Veterinary Clinic is nestled right off Exit 33 in Lincoln, New Hampshire. Our 2,200 SF medical facility features a large newly revamped reception area, two exam rooms, two in-patient suites (one for canines, the other for felines), a surgical suite, and a spacious treatment area.
The White Mountains of New Hampshire is one of New England’s most popular scenic destinations. Northern New Hampshire is in a word, AMAZING! The East Coast has a total of 178 ski mountains, 27 of which are in New Hampshire and an additional 56 are located in our bordering states of Vermont, Maine and Massachusetts. New Hampshire’s major recreational attractions include skiing (Loon Mountain, Waterville Valley and Cannon Mountain), snowmobiling, hiking and a total of 17 area attractions.
The Fadden Family like many early settlers of the early 1800’s harvested maple sap and produced syrup and sugar for their own use or to trade for supplies. It wasn’t until the 1930’s that they got down to producing maple products in a big way when they acquired a commercial maple syrup production. Always striving to produce top quality maple products, their efforts over the decades have been rewarded with many blue ribbons at various fairs, four previous Carlisle Trophies and a Governor’s Cup for the best male syrup in North America. With this year’s award, the Fadden Family has won the Carlisle Trophy five times.
Local, unique products & a friendly smile, that’s what you’ll find at the Squam Lake MarketPlace in Holderness, NH. Formerly known as the Holderness General Store, the shop was renovated and reopened in 2012 by the crew at the Squam Lake Inn.
The Squam Lake restaurant and marketplace has evolved into a community staple. They offer local foods, one of a kind provisions, prepared foods, sandwiches and so much more to locals and visitors alike. The five seat counter and outdoor picnic tables, where you’re likely to see a friendly face, is a perfect spot to enjoy a latte, their Voted NH Best BLT, or their popular ice cream sandwiches.
The Dam Brewhouse, LLC is the only brewery that has YOUR beer on tap! They pride themselves on making and drinking the beer our Dam Brewhouse Family wants to drink. They know they have your favorite beer on tap, because they made it just for you. Become a member of The Dam Brewhouse Family and let them make your favorite craft beer.
Named for the little bug that most experienced gardeners recognize as good gardening pest control The Country Lady Bug Greenhouse located in Campton, NH opened in April, 2009.
Greenhouse owners, Sharon and Bob Davis, have been avid gardeners for as long as they can remember. For Sharon, owning her own greenhouse has been a long sought after dream for many years. After a successful career as a paralegal then serving in the banking industry, Sharon launched her dream and spent over a year with some very intense preparation to prepare the greenhouse for a 2009 spring opening. She could not have done it without the hard work of her husband Bob and their son Tom.
Located in the last plaza before Loon Mountain you’ll find a myriad of businesses and one restaurant and bar that’s a well-kept secret, Pub 32. Mark Morris has operated the business in Lincoln for over 5 years and prides his establishment on a fun, casual atmosphere open to everyone from all walks of life.
Their menu feature’s homemade pizza, panini sandwiches, chicken wings and so much more. Along with 5 beers on tap, a great craft beer selection and cocktails, they have a bar that’s open late on the weekends. And they even offer a shuttle service – you really can’t beat that!
The restaurant offers table service in a friendly cozy atmosphere as well as outdoor seating in the summer. Come on in catch the game, grab a beer or just call for take-out. You won’t be disappointed. Contact them at https://pub32nh.com/, (603) 745-3231.
For 69 years, the town of Lincoln, NH thrived on the paper mill but once they filed bankruptcy and closed their doors in 1971 the massive building was abandoned; left to fair the weather and deteriorate over time. For decades to follow the abandoned paper mill sat in the center of Lincoln, it was a reminder of a prosperous past and challenging future.
La Vista Italian Cuisine Restaurant is located in the brand new "RiverWalk Grand Hotel at Loon Mountain Resort" in Lincoln NH. La Vista is able to accommodate up to 120 patrons with more seats on the covered deck overlooking the pools and river. The main bar features 18 seats and the wood-fired pizza bar features 8 seats with both offering a different atmosphere. The main dining offers a pergola with booth seating in addition to two other seating areas large enough to accommodate multi-family reservations just perfect for enjoying their Italian cuisine.
Windy Ridge Orchard and Christmas Tree Farm, located in North Haverhill, NH is celebrating 50 years as a family destination for local friends and visitors. The family-owned and operated orchard is open for blueberry picking in July and August and apple picking late August through early October.
Located at RiverWalk Resort, Solstice North Day Spa strives to be your "Before, After and Instead of Skiing Destination". This boutique spa offers: Massage, facials, manicures, pedicures and has a talented hair stylist for your cut, color and special occasion needs.
The shop serves some key purposes; not only do they sell gently used clothing and household goods, they utilize the funds to provide financial support to Loon Mountain Ministries who then utilizes the funds to assist community members in need. Most recently Loon Mountain Ministries, led by Marcus Corey, collaborated with several other local organizations to create The Bridge Project. The Bridge Project's mission is "To strengthen our community by bridging those in need with the resources for positive life changes."
The Bridge Project began life as a Lincoln-Woodstock Rotary Club initiative, designed to coordinate the many different programs that people have access to, but don't always know how to connect with them. The goal was to provide a space, and person, that people could feel comfortable approaching for help.
Live a Little Fitness is a funky movement boutique with a laid-back feel was co-founded in 2014 by Margarita Dufresne and located in the heart of the White Mountains of New Hampshire! They offer a movement experience for adults and kids aiming to inspire everyone to burn off self doubt and be the strongest version of themselves. They create strong adults and kids who thrive in life and play outside.
The Hobo Railroad in Lincoln, NH and the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad in Meredith and Weirs Beach, NH share something in common, 54 miles of historic railroad track between Tilton, NH and Lincoln, NH that dates back to the late 1800’s – a period in time when President Grover Cleveland resided in the White House, trains were pulled by steam locomotives and steam-powered cars were all the rage.
From humble beginnings as a Snowmobile Tour Operator in 1997, Alpine Adventures has grown to be an innovative and unique outdoor adventure company that is widely known for its superior customer service, safety, and engaging year-round activities. Their goal is to help their guests take a time-out from their hectic lives and create lasting memories with friends and family.
estled next to the new RiverWalk Resort and behind the local grocery store, live performance theatre is alive and well at Jean's Playhouse in Lincoln, NH.
Formed in 1986 as North Country Center for the Arts, the organization transformed the paper mill in Lincoln (the former industrial center of the community, officially closed since 1980) into the Papermill Theatre, and produced its first professional mainstage season in 1987. Productions of the inaugural season included Carnival, Harvey, Deathtrap, and Cabaret.
Over the years, tourism in the White Mountains has grown significantly, and the Whale’s Tale Waterpark has kept pace with a variety of rides the whole family can enjoy. Its now one of the leading attractions in the area; from its humble start with two speed slides, the park now features 19 waterslides, a wave pool, a leisure river, a children’s activity pool, a heated pool, hot tubs and its newest attraction, a surf simulator, Akua Beach.
If you’re looking for fast, friendly service along with generous portions, be sure to add Ice Cream Delights in Lincoln, NH to your list of places to visit this summer. Locally owned and operated since it opened in 1993, with owner/operator Joey Bishop at the helm for 25 of those years. Known to many as, “The Ice Cream Man”; Bishop is proud of the shop’s well-known reputation for enormous servings. “It keeps all our customers coming back for a good product with exceptional value.”
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