Plan Your Visit

Small towns, four seasons of outdoor-
recreation, arts, and things to
do with the whole family.

Getting Here and Around

Find out more about how to get to the Sugar River Region and what options are available for transportation within the region.

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Where to Stay

From an old mill-turned-hotel to rustic campsites, the Sugar River Region has a wide variety of accommodation options.

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Where to Eat

The Sugar River Region has over 40 food and beverage establishments for people who work, live, and travel to the region including, cafes, bakeries, food trucks, restaurants, diners, taverns, fine dining, breweries, country stores, and more.

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Visitor Information Centers

During the weekdays, visitors can find tourism information at the Visitor Center at 14 North Street in Claremont. Find out more about our plan to expand visitor information centers throughout the Sugar River Region!

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Group Venues

Families can find a variety of activities in the Sugar River Region to keep everyone happy and having fun. Try different hiking trails, play on the beaches of Lake Sunapee, or enjoy cool evenings at one of the region’s campsites.

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