Meredith, NH, USA

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Meredith, NH, USA

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Meredith and the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee

Ever since the first railroads came up here to the wide bays of Winnipesaukee Lake, little Meredith has been a famous getaway in the heart of New Hampshire. Between the rustic farm shops and the bobbing pontoons on the local docks, there are hearty Meredith vacation rentals with waterfront views, cozy living spaces, relaxing wooded gardens, and hidden locations along the shores. Throw in the heritage Hobo Railroad, a peppering of ski resorts in the vicinity, and the raw natural beauty of Paugus Bay and the White Mountain, and it's easy to see why people have been coming for so long.

Wholesome enjoyments in Meredith

You'll love the wholesome, family vibes of Meredith. Whether it's cooking classes that teach the hearty flavors of the New England kitchen, farmers' markets packed with sun-blush pumpkins come fall, or horizon-widening yoga sessions in the town meditation centers, the locals have created a truly eclectic line up of things to get up to right on the doorstep of those Meredith vacation rentals. Then there are the delights of the great outdoors, from birding to fishing, hiking to cross-country skiing when the snows fall.

Meredith makes the most of its location

Meredith doesn't need any high-flying monuments. It's got beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee, and it knows how to make the most of it. Be sure to hop aboard the heritage Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad, one part of the Hobo Railroad that wiggles along the wooded banks, past the bustling boardwalks and arcades of Weirs Beach, and on to the handsome reaches of Paugus Bay – get ready to snap some colorful shots of the New England foliage there if you've booked your Meredith vacation rentals in the fall…

Meredith has treats no matter the season

Meredith's 4 seasons each have delights. The cold winter months of December, January, and February see the lake doused in snow. It's a real "Winter Wonderland" sort of place then, and you could make trips to the nearby ski centers of Gunstock and Red Hill. Spring – in April and May – sees the greenery come to life, while summer from June to August has the peak of visitors enjoying boating and fishing. For the most beautiful rides on the scenic Hobo Railroad, fall beats all. From September onwards, the colors of the forest change and New England really comes into its own.

Meredith is the middle of the Lakes Region

Meredith is enfolded by 2 lakes. There's the bass-packed Winnisquam Lake to the west, and sprawling Lake Winnipesaukee to the east – the largest in all of New Hampshire. The long and winding banks of both waters have clusters of trademark New England woodland, which bursts into color with the fall foliage. Meanwhile, little islets like Bear Island hide their own rustic Meredith vacation rentals between the creeks and forests, and nearby reserves like the Chemung State Forest have lakeside paths and picnic spots aplenty.