1. Dining / Nightlife
  2. After a long day at the slopes, one is bound to go hungry. In loon, there are wonderful places to dine. It all depends on what one wants. There’s fine dining, or those grab and go sandwich stands. There are even places to relax and unwind. Stretch those tired feet. And drink a mug of beer while warming by the fire. In loon, there is something for everyone.

    • Summit Cafe
    • Camp III
    • Octagon Lodge
    • Slopeside Deli
    • Java Junction
    • Governor Adams Lounge
    • Babe’s Blue Ox
    • Paul Bunyan Room
    • The Seasons Restaurant and Black Diamond Bar and Grille
  3. Activities
  4. To some, the winter season is all about skiing and riding. But the fact is there is more on the snow than just skiing and riding. There are guided trails that you can reach by walking in snow shoes. There are other activities like snowmobiling and snow tubing. All are fun especially to kids who love most these outdoor activities. Families will never run out of things to do and see. Spending time in Loon is a great way to enjoy the season.

    • Hobo Railroad
    • Upper Pemi Historical Society Museum
    • Public Library
    • Loon Mountain Snow Tubing
    • Ice Skating
    • Snowshoeing
    • Guided Summit Tours
  5. Shopping
  6. When visiting Loon, make sure to check out all the shopping spots. Aside from skiing, there are a lot of activities that one could enjoy. And this is all year round. There are shops that offer unique and hand crafted items. Perfect for those who want to take home something and remember their time in Loon, New Hampshire.

    • Dreaming Pig
    • Innisfree Bookshop
    • Sport Thoma
    • Lincoln Center North
    • Lincoln Depot
    • Mountain Wanderer Map and Book Store
    • Creation Station
    • Inside Look
    • Village Shops of Lincoln
    • Kancamagus Country Store