Places To Visit
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Sandwiched between New Hampshire’s first and second largest cities, Merrimack is the perfect in between point between Nashua and Manchester. Close enough to get to either city within 10 minutes, yet far enough away to enjoy a quiet rural setting. This is what lures many people to choose Merrimack, New Hampshire as home. Once you are in Merrimack, there is plenty to do to keep you and your family busy! Take a look at what we believe to be the best things to do in Merrimack, NH.
The warm weather is here, and nearby ice cream parlors are opening! There is something so wonderful about going out for ice cream in the warm weather. Thankfully, ice cream stands are abundant in Southern New Hampshire, so it’s easy to find one close to our convenient apartment locations. Check out the best places in Southern New Hampshire for an Ice Cream Fix.
Memorial Day is a time to remember and honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the freedoms and liberties that we all share as Americans in this country. Let us remember all those men and women who have served and are serving in the Armed Forces. In this great country we are very fortunate to live every day with great liberties and freedoms.
Living in New Hampshire is great because there is so much to do in this beautiful state. Outdoor and indoor activities abound and there are things to do every weekend. Check out some of our favorite family friendly activity ideas.
The Red Oak Reporter was in the Lake Sunapee region this past weekend. You will all be happy to know that the fall colors are still showing brightly! Worried that you may be too late to view the fall foliage. Don't worry there is still plenty to see. In fact, the late fall foliage is spectacular!
Enjoying the rail trails in NH has been a past time enjoyed by many on foot or by bicycle. This location lets you actually ride the rails on their patented rail bike. The wheels of this vehicle fit on the rails and the rider must pedal to propel the bike. It’s great exercise and gets you right into the heart of the foliage.