Most Visited Maps of New Hampshire
Tourist attractions in New Hampshire
The top-rated tourist attractions in the state of NH are located in the following areas:
Other notable tourist spots in the state of NH include:
- Waterville Valley - A famous holiday resort area in the White Mountains.
- Mount Washington State Park
- White Mountain National Forest - The forest is famous for several summits in the Presidential Mountain Range
Hotels in New HampshireThe Granite State is home to a range of world class hotels like the following:
- Centennial Inn
- Fairfield Inn Concord
- Holiday Inn - Concord
- Comfort Inn Concord
- Hampton Inn & Suites
- Courtyard Concord
- Best Western Concord Inn & Suites
Airlines in New Hampshire
The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and Portsmouth International Airport are the primary airports in the state. The Lebanon Municipal Airport is a major non-primary commercial service airport. Air Canada, Delta Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Continental Airlines, US Airways, and United Airlines are the major airlines in the state.
Economy of New Hampshire
The state is traditionally known for its textile industry. However, it has also excelled in the services sector and engineering. Other industries in New Hampshire include industrial equipments, electrical devices, plastic, rubber goods, and tourism.
The New Hampshire River Map of USA shows the prominent rivers flowing through the state, which include the Connecticut River, Androscoggin River, and Merrimack River. The state has about 1,300 lakes. The biggest lake in New Hampshire is Winnipesaukee Lake, which encompasses a total area of 112 square miles.
Online New Hampshire maps are available for quick reference and can also be obtained as hard copy by printing the printable New Hampshire maps.
Last Updated on : May 31, 2012
Joined the UnionJun 21, 1788
NicknameThe Granite State
Area9,304 sq. mi
Highest pointMount Washington
Lowest pointAtlantic Ocean