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ResorTime.com offers travelers with the most sought after Waterville Valley vacation rental deals. Among the forest's scenic notches (deep mountain passes) are Pinkham, Kinsman, Franconia, and Crawford. This section begins in Waterville Valley, off Interstate 93, and continues to North Woodstock. It then follows portions of the White Mountains Trail, a 100-mi loop designated as a National Scenic & Cultural Byway. Our Waterville Valley vacation properties are located near top attractions, restaurants and offer travelers a plethora of awesome memories.

Waterville Valley, NH

Discover your next New England adventure at The Valley Inn and Red Fox Tavern. This luxurious collection of vacation rentals is nestled in New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest. All rooms offer cozy dcor that is reminiscent of a quaint country inn, while still providing the amenities you need to relax and enjoy your getaway. Many rooms offer mountain views of Waterville Valley. Resort amenities include a free shuttle bus (seasonal) throughout the village, a year-round indoor/outd
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"Sailors approaching East Coast harbors frequently mistake the pale peaks of the White Mountains—the highest range in the northeastern United States—for clouds. It was 1642 when explorer Darby Field could no longer contain his curiosity about one mountain in particular. He set off from his Exeter homestead and became the first man to climb what would eventually be called Mt. Washington. The 6,288-foot peak must have presented Field with formidable obstacles—its summit claims the highest wind velocity ever recorded and can see snow every month of the year.

Since Field's climb, curiosity about the mountains has not abated. Today an auto road and a cog railway lead to the top of Mt. Washington, and people come here by the tens of thousands to hike and climb, to photograph the vistas, and to ski. The peak is part of the Presidential Range, whose other peaks are also named after early presidents, and part of the White Mountain National Forest, whose roughly 770,000 acres extend from northern New Hampshire into southwestern Maine. Among the forest's scenic notches (deep mountain passes) are Pinkham, Kinsman, Franconia, and Crawford.

This section begins in Waterville Valley, off Interstate 93, and continues to North Woodstock. It then follows portions of the White Mountains Trail, a 100-mi loop designated as a National Scenic & Cultural Byway."
- www.fodors.com

Prior to 1966 Waterville Valley was primarily a summer destination resort where families came to vacation in the Waterville Inn or in about 20 privately-owned cottages at the ""north end"" of the Valley. The hotel began to attract winter guests after World War II after building a small ski lift at the back of the property. Prior to the 1940's, the Town had been a lumbering community, and prior to that a farming community.

By 1962, the total assessed property valuation in Waterville Valley amounted to $82,759 and no real estate taxes were levied. Then came progress...

In 1965, the Waterville Company, Inc. was formed. Headed by Tom Corcoran, the company purchased all the privately held land in the Valley (with the exception of the 20 privately held cottages) and began the process of developing a year-round resort concentrating initially on the Mt. Tecumseh Ski Area. This process has been ongoing and at present the Town is about 75% built out, with 1050 condominium units, 82 private homes, 18 time-share units, 14 quarter-share units, 120 hotel rooms and a commercial complex with shops and restaurants. The total property valuation in 1999 was about $165 million, with a tax rate of $18.42. The demand for resort seasonal rentals and full ownership is strong in the Valley. Real estate is currently available in the form of condominiums, homes and a limited number of residential building sites.

Although we have only about 260 year-round residents, on any given weekend we could have 4,000 to 6,000 people in the Valley so the range of municipal services the Town provides is quite sophisticated. These services include a secondary, tertiary wastewater treatment facility; a totally enclosed water system with three gravel packed wells and a 500,000 gallon reservoir; solid waste pickup with containers at all commercial and condominium developments; 24-hour police coverage where the 6 full-time officers are mandated to be cross trained as certified Level 1 firefighters and certified Emergency Medical Technicians; a recreation department which serves residents as well as guests and visitors; a volunteer fire department; a medical emergency division and a refrigerated ice arena which operates over a 10-month period.

The Waterville Valley community/school facility houses an elementary school for kindergarten through Grade 8 and the municipal recreation department. These two entities share, in addition to their own office and classroom space, a gymnasium, a multi-purpose room, kitchen and lunchroom facilities. The population of the school varies from 25 to 45 students, served by three full-time teachers and several part-time instructors. Secondary students attend the Plymouth Regional High School or the Holderness School, a preparatory school in Plymouth, about 15 miles south of the Valley.

Plymouth is the principal trading center for Waterville Valley and is home to Plymouth State College, a branch of the state university system. The Silver Cultural Arts Center, on the college campus, offers a rich and varied selection of performances by artists from around the word. Hospital facilities are also located in Plymouth with direct affiliation with the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, about a one hour's drive from Plymouth.

Waterville Valley has established itself as a premier winter vacation resort. However, it has also become known for its summer amenities which include a sporty 9-hole golf course, 18 clay tennis courts, Corcoran's Pond and related water activities, mountain biking, a roller blade sport park, numerous hiking trails, and several good fishing holes. Both the summer and winter activities are enhanced by an athletic club with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, indoor tennis and handball courts, and weight rooms."
- www.watervillevalley.org


Grille
Grab a slice of pizza, bowl of spicy homemade chili or a classic burger and fries. For quick eats this is the place to go. Check out the soup of the day served in a warm bread boule. Located on the main level of the base lodge. We serve breakfast at 7:00 am on weekends and snacks until 4:00 pm every day. Now with Panini Sandwiches!
BBQ
An expanded Buckets Restaurant will now be open all weekends and holidays. What started as a fun outdoor setup for BBQ's, Buckets Deck became so popular last season that it will now have a full kitchen set-up and more on the menu like pulled pork sandwiches, shaved steak sandwiches and specialty fries to go with its buckets of ribs, grilled chicken sandwiches and burgers. "Buckets is great, relaxed fun after skiing. Wait staff are outstanding. Good beer selection and entertainment."
American
Named for the original owners of the beautiful historic building that now houses the Woodstock Inn, the Clement Room Grille features laid-back elegance enhanced by sophisticated and innovative cuisine. Delightfully different, the Clement Room Grille strives to present guests with a unique dining experience. The Clement Room offers a wonderfully varied menu of local seafood, fresh seasonal produce, and regional meat and wild game selections complemented by a fine wine list. Don't forget to leave room for our delicious desserts and fresh-brewed coffee. Dinner served daily, reservations are recommended.
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"Offering you creative and exciting dishes in pasta, fresh seafood, grilled steaks, and other great dishes, the Coyote Grill continues to keep you on the cutting edge of new culinary cuisine. Sean Stout and his wife Barbara provide you with the finest in food, service and enjoyment. Both Sean and Barbara have been involved in the restaurant business for many years. Enjoy your dinner in the Coyote Den while overlooking the breathtaking view of Mt. Tecumseh (4,003′), Mt. Osceola (4,340′), and Snow’s Mountain (2,810′). Maybe even see a moose grazing around Corcoran Pond. Built from the lumber of a 200 year old local barn, this rustic looking and feeling dining area makes a perfect place for your wedding reception or next business function."
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Casual, fine dining for the entire family, with inventive nightly specials, an extensive children’s menu, and the popular burger board. THE BAR is a favorite valley gathering spot for creative cocktails, great wine, and good cheer. Entertainment every Saturday night. Larger parties easily accommodated. Overlooking Corcoran’s Pond.
Pub
Open 7 days a week, serving our full menu daily from 4:00 pm, the Red Fox Bar and Grille is the perfect family restaurant for good times and fantastic food. Serving a variety of entrees from our woodfire grill has made us famous in Mount Washington Valley. Lunch is on Saturday and Sunday at 12:00 pm, and don't miss our Famous All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet on Sunday from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm.
American
Puts new meaning on high altitude dining. Sitting at 4000' and serving up fresh soups and fondues. Enjoy our selection of fine beers, relax with some wine, or warm up with Starbucks coffees and gourmet hot cocoas by the fire. You can't beat the view from this rustic restaurant--this place is something special.
American
Housed in an original train depot, The Woodstock Station serves an informal lunch and dinner menu jam-packed with a mouth-watering assortment of tasty appetizers, homemade soups, sandwiches, burgers and delectable entrees. Distinctive variety, hearty portions and live entertainment combine to make the Station an enduring favorite with locals and visitors alike. The Woodstock Station uses only the freshest ingredients to create its incredible menu of expertly prepared cuisine. A visit to the Woodstock Station is an exceptional experience highlighted by great food in a uniquely entertaining atmosphere.
American
Enter the “Comfort Zone”. Award winning turkey chili, soups, burgers, fries, deli sandwiches, pizza and more. Comfort food for your belly! This grand lodge consists of three floors and is the most family friendly spot on the mountain. The first floor deli features signature sandwiches like the Snowmakuhs' special, a hot pastrami on pump. And when the weather permits, we'll be grilling out on the deck. The Timberlodge is located at the base of the Sunnyside Triple lift close to the top of Valley Run. Hours are 9am to 3pm.
American
"Getting rave views are Christie's creative oven baked sandwiches like Jack's Outback (melted brie on multi-grain with sprouts, spinach and tomato dressed in parmesan vinaigrette), Sel's Sizzlin Steak and Maxwell's Mogul, (Reuben with turkey, ham, sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing). According to Barry, a lot of regulars are also excited about T-bars Duck Salad and the Salmon Salad and the Buffalo Soldier (Bison burger topped with blue cheese and bacon) and Burton Burger (Grilled Venison topped with cheddar cheese and grilled onion). T-bars is open daily at 11:00 am. T-bars is also where to go for apres ski with live entertainment on weekends, an apres ski menu and tons of fun promos. T-Bars Bloody Mary Bar, recently acclaimed in the Boston Globe, with over 21 ingredients is served 10-1 on Sundays. "
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