North Conway Vacation Ownership
Nestled in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, the town of North Conway provides a quintessential New England mountain getaway. As a popular year-round destination, North Conway provides an endless list of things to do both around town and in the larger White Mountains region. With North Conway timeshare resales, you can explore Northern New Hampshire like never before, and save money while doing it.
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Quick Facts about North Conway
- The Eastern Slope Inn is included on the National Register of Historic Places.
- North Conway is often referred to as the “Birthplace of American Skiing.”
- Many of the resorts around North Conway are affiliated with Resort Condominiums International, meaning you can take advantage of the timeshare exchange program to vacation in other spots around the world.
Popular North Conway Resorts
Things to Do in North Conway
The White Mountains are known for their wide variety of winter sports options. From your North Conway accommodations, you can travel all over Northern New Hampshire to different mountains for some of the best skiing on the East Coast. Nearby ski resorts include Attitash, Cranmore Mountain Resort, and Wildcat Mountain.
The area around North Conway is also popular during the summer months. Cathedral Ledge is a favorite among rock climbers, as are the many trails throughout the White Mountain National Forest. Intrepid adventurers can set out to climb some of New Hampshire’s 48 Four Thousand Footers, a group of mountains that rise 4,000 feet above sea level. This group includes New Hampshire’s tallest mountain, Mt. Washington, which is one of the largest East of the Rockies.
Though the ocean is many miles away, people still seek out North Conway for its water sports. The many lakes in the area are perfect for swimming, waterskiing, windsurfing, and more. Kayakers and white water rafters will find exactly what they need along the Saco River.