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Bordering Mount and Lake Sunapee, this small town has been a well-known destination for centuries. It once was industrial but now, tourists from all over come to enjoy the amazing experiences that Sunapee has to offer. Sunapee (suna- goose,apee- lake) was named by the Native Americans because of its shape. A scenic river walk through town, miles of narrated dinner cruises, waterfront cottages, inns, B&Bs, quaint and eclectic shops to browse…and that is just the beginning. Lake Sunapee, with three working lighthouses that are owned by the state of NH (Herrick Cove, Burkehaven, Loon Island), are cherished pieces of history that were built in the 1890s during the steamboat era. The iconic Mt. Sunapee is “beloved for its natural, cultural, recreational and historical resources, diverse ecosystems, vital water resources and valuable forestland” and is a FOUR-season destination. Adventure Park invites you for thrilling adventures of ziplining, an aerial challenge course, four miles of downhill mountain biking, a climbing wall and chairlift rides and you can even take in some mini/disc golfing. You will find (and can definitely experience) many exquisite restaurants and hotels (even some grand hotels) in Sunapee. All will welcome you warmly for peaceful relaxation and a memorable time in this great town.
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