We are situated on a bluff overlooking the Connecticut River Valley, yet right in the middle of Haverhill Corner, a village that looks much as it did in 1850. Vermont is just across the river.
The Haverhill-Bath Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge over the Ammonoosuc River joining Bath and Woodsville, New Hampshire. Formerly used to carry New Hampshire Route 135, the bridge was idled in 1999. Restored in 2004, it is now open to foot traffic only.
The Bath Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge over the Ammonoosuc River off US 302 and NH 10 in Bath, New Hampshire. Built in 1832, it is one of the state’s oldest surviving covered bridges. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976, and underwent a major rehabilitation in the 2010s.
The Swiftwater Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge which carries Porter Road over the Wild Ammonoosuc River in Bath, New Hampshire. Built in 1849, it is one of New Hampshire’s few surviving 19th-century covered bridges, and a well-preserved example of the Paddleford truss design.
The White Mountain National Forest is just 23 minutes from Gibson House B&B. The forest includes eastern New Hampshire and western Maine ranges from mountainous hardwood forests to majestic alpine peaks. People come from all over the world to experience the breathtaking scenery, clear mountain lakes and streams, wildlife, and outdoor recreation opportunities.
This ride is approximately 140 miles and follows the Connecticut River along the western border of New Hampshire from the junction of Rt. 9 in West Chesterfield to Littleton in the White Mountains. A summer drive along the Byway is truly a unique experience. Enjoy unspoiled views as you cruise down tree-lined, winding roads that hug the river on both sides. Experience life at a slower pace as you stroll through quaint towns and villages. Pack a picnic for a journey back in time on historic carriage roads and forested trails. Connecticut River Scenic Byway Brochure
Steeped in history, this marvel of 19th century technology and modern innovation is an exhilarating voyage through landscape and nature. The Mount Washington Cog Railway, a National Historic Engineering Landmark, is a “must do” for any visit to New England. When you ride The Mount Washington Cog Railway, you’re in for an unforgettable adventure. Magnificent scenery…efficient new biodiesel locomotives and the classic steam engines (generally scheduled twice each day)…combined with a spectacular climb up the highest mountain in the Northeast, provide the voyage of a lifetime.
The Cog Railway Museum features historic displays and state of the art interactive exhibits. Ever wanted to be the engineer of a Mount Washington Cog Railway Diesel Engine? Well now you can with our train simulator! You and your family can also take a picture on a “Devil’s Shingle” and learn all about the experience!
Waits River Falls
US Route 5
Bradford, VT 05033
The Waits River drops through the middle of Bradford, VT. The upper falls is dammed, the lower falls is a short cascade.
The Flume Gorge in New Hampshire’s popular Franconia Notch State Park has lured travelers since the early 1800s. A spectacular 45-foot waterfall awaits families who venture along wooden walkways through this river-carved chasm. Franconia Notch is a spectacular mountain pass traversed by a unique parkway winding between the high peaks of the Kinsman and Franconia mountain ranges. Formed 200 million years ago, the Flume Gorge and Cannon Mountain are at the center of Franconia Notch and are two of New England’s most popular natural geological
wonders. Franconia Notch State Park Brochure
Ride America’s 1st Aerial Tramway to Cannon’s 4,080′ summit! An 80-passenger cable car brings visitors to the 4,080-foot summit of Cannon Mountain in under ten minutes. On a clear day, you can see the mountains of four states and Canada! At the summit, you’ll find spectacular scenic walking paths, a 360 degree observation deck, a cafe, bar and restrooms.
- New Hampshire’s highest lift-accessed point
- An exciting ride for all ages
- Stunning views including New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, New York and Canada
- A must-see attraction!
Bear Ridge, the “fastest dirt track in Vermont,”continues to be the best source of great inexpensive high-quality entertainment for families.
Farm-Way is a cultural experience in these days of box stores and bustling malls. You will find the rhythm of Vermont life here. Farm-Way is a down to earth sort of place run by 3 generations of family and a dedicated staff who make up the Farm-Way family. We pride ourselves in offering top quality brands of footwear, clothing, camping & hunting gear, furniture & gifts. Brands like Smartwool, Darn Tough, Patagonia, Carhartt & The North Face that perform with changing weather & temperatures for tough jobs.
Harman’s Cheese has long been known for old-fashioned quality, reasonable prices and personal service. They carry natural, premium grade, white cheddar cheese, aged slowly at uniform temperatures to get a delicious, smooth and zesty flavor. Open 7 Days – May thru October.
Windy Ridge Farm offers blueberries and 18 varieties of apples in season. Due to the unpredictability of Mother Nature, our harvest may not follow the schedule below; please check online for updated harvest details.