New Hampshire Destinations
In many ways, New Hampshire is still reaping the rewards of a frugal Yankee tradition. New Hampshire still has no sales tax, unlike much of the country. Real estate taxes are generally lower than they are in neighboring Massachusetts. For these reasons, Nashua and other communities on the Massachusetts/southern New Hampshire border are often considered “bedroom communities” for those working in the greater Boston area.However, New Hampshire also attracts numerous visitors throughout the year. During the summer, people flock to the Lakes Region, especially Lake Winnipesaukee, the largest of the many lakes. During the winter, skiing in the White Mountains is the major attraction.
Things to Do in New Hampshire
Between relaxing on the lakefront and Oceanside beaches, there is so much to see and do in New Hampshire. Some of the most popular activities include:
- The Basin – A 30-foot wide and 15-foot deep pothole located in the White Mountains
- Andres Institute of Art and Sculpture Garden – Home to more than 60 outdoor sculptures
- Madison Boulder – This very, very large rock is worth a peek
- Sunken Forests of Rye – During low tide, remains of a forest that drowned dot the shore
- S.S. Albacore – History buffs will love touring this old sub
- Mount Washington – standing at 6,288 feet, it’s the highest peak in north eastern USA
- Castle in the Clouds – built in 1918 on 5,200 acres of land, this mansion offers up staggering views, horse riding, and more
New Hampshire Jet Charter Information
New Hampshire retains its rural beauty, but the state is emphatically open for business. Vacationers flock to New Hampshire at all seasons. This coastal state is also a popular choice for second residences. Whether you’re interested in booking a Private Jet Charter New Hampshire for business or pleasure, Stratos Jet Charters will get you there in impeccable luxury and welcoming comfort.