Vacationing with tweens and teens is not always easy. They’re too old for the magic of Disney, sleep all day, and just want to do crazy TikTok videos with their friends. It’s time to put the phones away for a week and head to the White Mountains for some family outdoor fun. There is an abundance of extraordinary things you can do in the White Mountains from hiking to ATV tours to downhill mountain biking and more, it’s time to get the kids off their phones and back into the great outdoors this summer!
The White Mountains of New Hampshire are a great destination for families with young kids. Enjoy many local attractions and activities that kids aged six to 12 will love on your next summer vacation. Book a long weekend or entire week at RiverWalk Resort and explore the area by foot, bike, car, and more. Whether you prefer to stay close to the resort or head out into the mountains, you’ll be making memories to last a lifetime with your family. Below is a potential itinerary to keep you busy from morning to night for 5 days, but if you’re looking for more adventures or dinner recommendations, make sure you reach out to the RiverWalk Resort Adventure Concierge.
RiverWalk Resort’s ice skating rink is truly one of a kind with its unique design, but, unfortunately, due to a mechanical issue with the chiller system, ice skating at RiverWalk Resort is unavailable this winter. While we’re disappointed about the mechanical issue too, we have put together a list of nearby ice skating options that we know you’ll love!
The White Mountains of New Hampshire typically get over 150 inches of snow every winter, making it one of the best places in New England for winter outdoor fun. While many people are drawn to the area for downhill skiing, there is also opportunity to trade the alpine skis in for Nordic ones and experience the mountains from a whole different view. With hundreds of miles of trails across the mountain range, there are trails for all ages and abilities.
Self-care has become a mainstream term and for good reason. It’s important to take care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally. The past 18 months have been tough for everyone and many of us are feeling burnt out and just over the pandemic. But the good news is that a little self-care can reset your mind and body for a new day. Head to RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain in Lincoln and indulge in our self-care bucket list.
The White Mountains are famous for their scenic high peaks with stunning views of the surrounding mountain ranges and nature. But what do you do when you’re short on time yet still want a hiking trail that packs a big punch when it comes to views? Thankfully, the White Mountains have an abundance of smaller peaks that provide world-class views of the area.
The White Mountains of New Hampshire are world famous with their granite peaks and colorful fall foliage, but did you know that there is so much more to do in the area? The White Mountains are home to year-round and seasonal family-friendly attractions to keep you busy every day of the year. Choose from amusement theme parks, trains, natural attractions, and more and make memories that will last you for a lifetime.
Despite being small mountain towns, Lincoln and neighboring North Woodstock have an abundance of stores for all your shopping needs. If you forget your ski gloves at home, Lahout’s has you covered! Need last minute gifts? Head to one of the many gift shops in North Woodstock. Perhaps Mother Nature is not cooperating or you just need a shopping day, our favorite stores in town will provide excellent retail therapy.
Whether you’re here for a ski trip, romantic getaway, or just a relaxing weekend away from the constant hustle and bustle of life, the luxury RiverWalk Resort offers world-class amenities for all ages. From activities and a game room for the kids to a full-service spa and winery for the adults, you might find it difficult to step foot off the resort property to enjoy the beauty of the White Mountains. Of course, you can enjoy that beauty from your own private balcony!
Whether you have been coming to the White Mountains since you were a young child or this will be your first (of hopefully many) visit, the White Mountains of New Hampshire is home to tons of outdoor winter fun. Usually, the only things you have to be concerned about is the weather and if your favorite ski trail will be open, but since we’re still in the middle of a global pandemic, we all have a little bit more on your minds these days. But, rest assure, the White Mountains is open for all your outdoor winter activities and doing everything possible to keep you safe.