Things to do near Fryeburg, Maine 

There's always something to do in Western Maine, close to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. During the summer, go kayaking or bike the White Mountains. Be sure to visit Mount Washington Observatory. When the winter season comes around, hit the slopes of Shawnee Peak, Cranmore Mountain, Wildcat, and Attitash. Snowshoeing and Nordic cross-country skiing are also available at the touring center tracks or regional trails.
Bike the Whites

The White Mountains are the perfect place to bike for people of all ages. You can bring you bike or rent your own. Visit the site below to find great places to bike such as Loon Mountain Resort and Great Glen Trails.
Saco River

Tube down the crystal clear water at the Saco River. The river provides many outdoor recreational opportunities for the whole family. The summer season is the best time to go as the river averages 3 feet deep with small rapids.
Mount Washington Observatory

Mount Washington Observatory is a nonprofit research and educational institution working to advance understanding of Earth's weather and climate. It serves this mission by maintaining a weather station on the summit of Mount Washington.
Stone Mountain Arts Center

Nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains, the Stone Mountain Arts Center is a beautiful timber frame music hall hosting national acts up close and personal in an equally beautiful setting.
Fryeburg Fair

Held the first week in October. Check out the Specialty Foods Pavilion, livestock, exhibitions, shows, etc.
Settlers Green Outlet Village

North Conway is just a fifteen-minute drive from the Admiral Peary Inn, and provides shopping at the Setters Green Outlet Village, with more than 60 stores all offering outlet store prices tax-free.
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Summer Activites


Lake Kezar Country Club and Bridgton Highlands Country Club provide pristine greens where you can drive and putt to your heart's content.

Water Recreation

Swim, boat, kayak, or canoe through the ample lakes and rivers of the White Mountains. Saco River is marvelous and a very quick drive from the Admiral Peary Inn. Kayaking, canoeing, and tube rental venues located nearby.

Climbing, Hiking, and Biking

Challenging trails and rewarding scenery await you in Western Maine and New Hampshire's the White Mountains. Mountain guides are available from the Mountain Guides Alliance or Appalachian Mountain Club - New Hampshire Chapter. For hiking and climbing equipment, visit the International Mountain Equipment, located in North Conway. For biking equipment, bikes, repairs, and bike rentals, visit the Red Jersey Cyclery or Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center.
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Winter Activites


Admiral Peary Inn Bed & Breakfast is near seven ski resorts, many of which are in the White Mountains. Downhill ski on more than 450 trails at more than 20 ski areas. You can learn to ski or snowboard with exceptional instructors and tackle the steepest trails in the East. Whether you snowboard, skiboard, or cross-country ski, make sure to put a Maine Skiing adventure on your calendar this year. Check out the following ski resorts:


Ice Fishing &  Snowmobiling

When Maine's lakes and rivers freeze over, get your freshwater fishing license and enjoy ice fishing. You'll need an auger or chisel, traps or tip-ups, bait, a pail, ax, snowmobile or snow-sled, and plenty of warm clothing:

Horse Drawn Sleigh

Romantic sleigh rides are offered at many of the winter festivities in Maine. The High View Farm provides sleigh rides complete with bells and flannel blankets:


Dog Sledding

Dog sled races and dog sled rides are offered around Maine for those looking for something new and adventurous. Skijoring has just recently been introduced to Maine: skiers are attached by a harness and shock-corded line system and are towed by one or two dogs. Week-long adventures are available. 

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