This is an immaculate three-bedroom, two-bath condo with new family room furniture in the White Mountains. The view from the front of this home looks out over the Mountains and tennis courts. The back bedrooms and deck off the fireplace/living room area, overlook the crystal-clear gurgling river, which runs along the edge of the large backyard. The unit has everything to make your vacation easy and relaxing, including a fireplace with an unlimited wood supply just outside your door. In winter there is an on-site free outdoor skating rink and a shuttle bus on weekends and holiday weeks to Loon and back avoiding the parking hassle. The kitchen contains all your cooking needs. There is a 40 High Def Samsung TV. Two queen size beds. New on demand hot water. A beautiful recreation center/clubhouse that overlooks a private lake with lounge chairs provided and a sandy beach, an indoor pool, hot tub, racquetball, volleyball, sauna, pool table, ping-pong, and equipped exercise room. Deer Park is truly a 4 season resort. Follow the Youtube video for additional information. http://youtu.be/ZCoh5l7wsm8
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Loon Mountain: Loon Mountain offers a rare combination of convenience, spectacular beauty, and adventure. Loon Mountain is big - 55 trails wind down 2,100 vertical feet, all spread over 336 exhilarating acres. Twelve lifts serve 55 trails. One of them, Bear Claw, is 2.5 miles long.
Clark's Trading Post: Here at Clarks Trading Post, a long family tradition of exploration and excitement is passed from generation to generation, delighting guests of all ages! You'll find it all here - museums filled with Americana, Steam Locomotives, a Covered Bridge, and family entertainment. And who could forget Clark's Trained Bears? We are simply the best stop for family entertainment in New Hampshire! We look forward to seeing you here!
Lost River : Created long before recorded history, when glaciers ground their way across North America. Follow Lost River as it appears and disappears through a narrow steep-walled gorge, tumbled granite, crevasses, caverns, falls. Explore and learn about natural history, ecology, and plant life. One hour, self-guided tour on walkways and bridges. Enjoyable, comfortable for the whole family. Geological display and nature garden with more than 300 varieties of native flowers, ferns and shrubs.
Open mid-May to mid-October.