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.
Blog :: 08-2019
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.”
For 90 years the Clarks family has been entertaining visitors from all over the world. Their now famous Trained Bears attraction began in 1928 when Ed Clark opened his Eskimo Sled Dog Ranch and two years later added New Hampshire black bears to attract tourists. It wasn’t long before Ed and his sons, Ed and Murray, realized the bears could be trained so in 1949 the first Clark’s Bear Show began and hasn’t stopped yet.
New England temperatures are cooling down and we switch from vacation mode, trips to the beach and care-free living to settling into our children's school schedules, new jobs or perhaps empty nest living. Take this opportunity to assess your current housing situation and should your thoughts turn to selling your current home then now is best time to start planning rather than later. To determine the best time to put your home on the market you may wish to contact your local real estate agent. He or she will help you with strategies to get the highest and best sales price. And speaking of agents, it’s strongly suggested to interview a few Realtors, experience and personalities are important to determine who will be the most successful in coordinating your transaction. Click here for some questions to ask when choosing a Realtor to list your property with.
You’ve done your due diligence, found a superb real estate agent and have stored away your personal items to declutter your home, now it’s time to prepare for all those showings your agent will bring your way.