Ruggles Mine Rd, Grafton, New Hamsphire
Daily mid-June-Oct. 15, 9 am - 5pm. (Call to verify)
If you have some extra energy to spare, you can visit the Ruggles Mine. It has a lot of exciting and fats – burning activities that welcome all its guests and tourists. They also have a massive museum and also the glittery gems like the amethysts and the beryl’s that are sparklingly a must – have. The mind also provides a rental booth, flashlight and helmet to its guests who would want to try hammering on those gorgeous gems as they can get very expensive.
What sets this place apart from its picturesque presence is the banging that never cease to clamor across the great canyon.
US Rte 3, Lincoln, New Hampshire
Daily 9am - 5:45 pm Jul-Aug
The Clark’s Trading Post is the ideal place to go if you want to re – live a wonderful vacation memory. The business has been running since 1928. It has an Eskimo Sled Dog Ranch with many adorable animals like bears, crocs, parrots, dogs and so much more that attract guests and tourists. Of course there’s ‘Wolfman Weekend’ that always magnetize the crowd as it offers a stimulating one – eyed pie – eating contest. There is also the ‘Main Street’ where shops are located that showcases different souvenirs and offers snacks. It also displays Clark’s beautiful history with photos, postcards, bear lineage, and a lot more memorabilia to enjoy.
157 Deerfield Rd., Allenstown, New Hampshire
Free if you are only going to the museum
Daily 10:00 am to 4:00 pm during Memorial Day to Columbus Day.
Museum of Family Camping Hall of Fame pays homage to the rich camping heritage of the country as it showcases those interesting camping gears and many others. The museum looks like a camping site with its rustic bunkhouse and the color green edged window screen which is beautifully situated in the shady stand of Bear brook State Park’s pine trees.