Links to Useful Web Pages
Town of Jackson
Town web site– including the weekly town column.
Places to Stay – when High Meadow is fully booked.
The Wentworth Hotel – a little bit of European flair with a great restaurant.
The Lodge – run by good friends – the Belchers.
The Carter Notch Inn – B&B – used by our wedding guests.
The Christmas Farm Inn – spa – area favorite under new management.
The Inn at Jackson – many improvements in recent years.
Whitney’s Inn – Recently renovated.
Every Place in Jackson Compiled by Jackson X-C skiing.
Places to Eat
The Inn at Thorn Hill – elegant, very expensive, for special occasions. (Res req.)
The Red Fox Pub – good food, reasonable prices, good service, fast, great ribs.
Yesterdays – our favorite place for breakfast or lunch.
J-Town Deli – a great place to have a sandwich.
Glen Junction – another great breakfast place – this one has trains.
The Sunrise Shack – breakfast and lunch - unusual menu.
Tuckerman's Tavern – good for dinner.
White Mountain Cider Co. – Dinner - the kids like it.
What is Going On in the Area
Nordic (Cross-country) Skiing
The Wentworth Golf Club at Jackson – we look right down on it from our deck.
Eagle Mountain Golf Course – short and relaxing.
Hale’s Location Golf Course – North Conway, off West Side Rd.
North Conway Country Club – longer and more challenging.
Bretton Woods Golf Course – recently upgraded.
Androscoggin Valley Golf Club – in Gorham, through the Notch.
Places to Take the Kids and Yourself
Storyland (Bartlett)– Our longtime favorite - Wendy holds a season ticket.
Santa’s Village (Jefferson) – Sarah loves it.
Clark’s Trading Post (Lincoln) - Real bear show, real steam engine.
Six-gun City (Jefferson) – Never been there.
Hartman Model Railroad (Intervale)– A fantastic collection, kiddee train ride.
Conway Scenic Railway – Real train rides in old cars pulled by diesel engines.
Weather Discovery Center (No. Conway) – Hands-on interactive museum.
The Auto Road Seven miles up to the summit.
The Cog Railroad Great museum, too.
Mount Washington Observatory Museum at the summit, also.
Appalachian Mountain Club – Pinkham Notch is hiking headquarters.
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Updated June 2016