Are you traveling or staying close to Home this Christmas?

 

If you want to check out the perfect little town for Christmas, you don’t need to travel far if you live in New Hampshire.  Check out the quaint little town of Jackson, New Hampshire for a storybook, picture-postcard Christmas Experience.  It even includes a spectacular light display on the town's beautiful, historic covered bridge.

 

Where to Stay

 

What could be better than Christmas in the White Mountains of New Hampshire?  There are plenty of places to stay but if you want to make your 2021 Christmas magical, you better start looking to book a spot now as they fill up fast for the Christmas holiday.  There are Bed & Breakfasts, Country Inns, and Vacation Rentals in Jackson, New Hampshire.

 

What to do when it Snows

 

Your chance of a white Christmas is high if you are visiting Jackson, New Hampshire during the holidays.  How about a sleigh ride through the snow?  You can do that at Nestlenook Farm but make sure you book online early for the experience.  You can ski, snowshoe, ice skate, or just enjoy the fabulous decorations and lights that are on display in the town of Jackson for the holiday.  Bring a thermos of hot chocolate and some cookies if you just want to take a day trip and enjoy the beauty of this picture postcard-perfect Christmas card in a New England town.  If you are interested in a sleigh ride, I have included the link to Nestlenook Farm. 

 

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