Best Time to Visit New Hampshire
The New Hampshire Merrimack Valley and Lakes Region are top examples of the New England landscapes and tourist attractions.
Best time to visit New Hampshire
When not to go to New Hampshire
Concord New Hampshire Weather Table
MAIN GEOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES
WHAT TO VISIT IN MERRIMACK VALLEY AND LAKES REGION?
The Merrimack Valley
The Merrimack Valley is the political and financial heart of New Hampshire. Towns such as Nashua, Manchester, and Concord are pleasant places with good and cheap accommodation, entertainment, shopping and nightlife. Near Concord, Canterbury Shaker Village offers a more picturesque and rural landscape.
The Lakes Region
The New Hampshire Lakes regions contains thousands of lakes, shorelines and little islands where you can take local cruises (or use your own boat) and enjoy beautiful sceneries.
Main tourist references in the Lakes Region:
See: Map of New Hampshire
BEST TIME TO VISIT NEW HAMPSHIRE LAKES REGIONS AND MERRIMACK
New Hampshire Merrimack and Lakes Region weather is very similar to other New England southern places: very changeable, with moderate precipitation all year long with very cold days in the winter and early spring.
High humidity and high temperatures are very rare in New Hampshire, even in July and August, and it snows intensively in the period of December-March.
Late spring and early fall are excellent months for visits. However, fall's foliage spectacle causes many thousands of weekenders to visit New Hampshire, so you should avoid Autumn's weekends.
Summer is also an excellent period for traveling in the Lakes region, where the shorelines tend to be fresh places even in the hottest days.
White Mountains region
In the higher sites of the White Mountains, weather is extremely severe and snow is very intense in winter, early spring and late autumn. Besides, winds may be particularly strong.
You should check previously the weather conditions, before attempting to go to high places such as Mount Washington.
WHEN NOT TO GO TO NEW HAMPSHIRE
Winter months are very cold. In the case of the White Mountains regions, if you aren't a skier, a hiker or an adept of hard outdoors sports, you should avoid winter or even November and early spring.
See the table below for details about the weather in Merrimack Valley (Concord city):
Table Weather - New Hempshire - Concord, Merrimack Valley