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New Hampshire is a state one can enjoy any time of year. With four  distinct seasons, the possibilities for adventure and activity are endless. You can go maple sugaring in the spring, or take long walks through valley trails in the crisp morning air. While summers are usually spent relaxing by lakes, hiking and other adventures in the White Mountains are also common. Most NH visitors plan their trip around the world-renowned fall foliage. And, most love apple picking and farmers markets during the fall growing season. In winter, of course, it's time to grab your skis or snowboard and hit the slopes.

While New Hampshire is known for its freedom and  secret beauty, it's also known for its seven distinct regions. The Great North Mountains, White Mountains, Lakes Region, Dartmouth Lake Sunapee, Monadnock Region, Merrimack Valley, and Seacoast are all on the list. And, a completely different experience and perspective can be expected in each.

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As the for the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee region, it encompasses unsurpassed beauty. The Eastman Golf and Boating Community is a hidden gem nestled among the lakes there.

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Eastman Community Association

Grantham, New Hampshire

This 3,600 acre lakeside community is tucked in the Upper Connecticut River Valley in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region. Two hours north of Boston and minutes from Lake Sunapee, New London, Lebanon and Hanover, residents have easy access to medical facilities, employment, educational opportunities and a multitude of cultural venues.


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