The Great North Woods is known as the snowmobiling capital of New England.
Great fishing awaits in the Connecticut River.
Fall is a spectacular time to visit the Great North Woods.
The woods of northern New Hampshire come alive in May.
The Great North Woods region is located in the remote northern tip of New Hampshire. It’s a land of big lakes, rivers, towering forests, roaring rivers, and unique people who enjoy rugged forms of outdoor adventure.
Outdoor activities are available in every season, and include fishing, camping, hiking, boating, hunting, paddling, ATV riding, mountain biking, skiing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, showshoeing and wildlife watching. If there’s an outdoor activity you love, you’ll find a place to do it in the Great North Woods!
Accommodations in the region run the gambit from rustic tent and RV sites to sporting lodges to cozy inns and B&B’s, some dating back to the 1800’s.
Towns in the region include Colebrook, Columbia, Errol, Berlin, and Pittsburg, each with its own unique character. Many also host special events, including the North Country Moose Festival in Colebrook, the Umbagog Wildlife Festival in Errol, both in August, and the River Fire in Berlin in October.
Paddle and camp your way along the Connecticut River from its source to the sea via this spectacular trail!
A visit to this Vermont maple-syrup company and restaurant makes a sweet destination for an ATV ride in the Northeast Kingdom.
World-class fly fishing for salmon and trout awaits the angler on a trip to the Upper Connecticut River in northern New Hampshire.