You’ve driven all the way to the White Mountains, and you’ve landed at your resort. With a belly full of road trip gas station snacks, you may be thinking about unpacking your bags and spending the first afternoon of your vacation in the pool. After a few hours of relaxation, the gang goes back to the suite to take showers and get ready for an awesome dinner at one of your favorite dinner spots from last year’s getaway. Or maybe you haven’t been here yet and you’d like to know where you should get dinner! Either way, you’ve hit the lottery because you just found RiverWalk’s Guide to Dinner in the White Mountains. Bon’ Appetit!
Topics: Food & Drinks
Visiting the White Mountains is a great way to spend your summer vacation. Whether it be for ziplining, theater, hiking, kayaking, swimming, music, or food there is something for everyone to enjoy. We’ve covered where to get the best breakfast in Lincoln-Woodstock, now we’re here to help you get lunch down. There’s nothing wrong with a packed lunch for a day long outing, but there are also way better options than PB&J on white bread too. Leave your bagged chips and juice boxes at home and check out these awesome lunch options in Lincoln-Woodstock.
Vacations in the White Mountains, as you may know by now, are usually full of adventure if done right. Beautiful mountain views, cascading waterfalls, outstandingly clean swimming spots, local attractions, and amusement parks are just a few of the things on the bucket list. With an itinerary like this, you're going to need a hearty breakfast every day to give you the sustained energy you need for a fruitful vacation up north. Unfortunately, a lot of guests come up and start the day off with something a little... less appetizing.
Topics: Food & Drinks
Come Back To Your Roots This Summer!
On average, summer in the White Mountains is mild, making it the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors in the summer without getting too hot and muggy. The air is crisp, the trees are bright green, and the sun is shining. In the winter, people from New England often travel to Florida to get a taste of the sun and take a break from the cold.
This blog post is part of “The RiverWalk Guide to Ownership” blog series
The holidays, February vacation, and April vacation are the prime times of the year that New England families go south to visit their families in Florida. As the temperatures climb into the 100’s in Florida, the opposite happens! It’s not uncommon for New Englanders who have retired in Florida to go back up north for the summer.