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February 2012

KidsRule Mountains Offer Fun in the Sun Family Events this Spring

The month of March means longer days and plenty of snow at ski resorts throughout New England. The three KidsRule resorts continue their family focus this March with fun family events and great values. KidsRule is an innovative new snow sports school offered at Massachusetts’ Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, New Hampshire’s Cranmore Mountain Resort, and Vermont’s Bromley Mountain Resort. “Trail counts are high, the sun is higher in the sky and the days are longer and warmer. March is a great time to be outdoors with your family,” says KidsRule program founder, Brian Fairbank. March is considered by many snowfans... Read more →

N.H.’s Largest Camping and RV Show Rolls March 9-11

The 40th annual New Hampshire Camping and RV Show will run Friday, March 9 through Sunday, March 11 at the Hampshire Dome, 50 Emerson Road, Milford. The state’s largest camping and RV event features 50 campgrounds and a huge array of camping equipment and RV’s. With 90 exhibitors, door prizes, clowns and face painting for the kids, there’s something to enjoy for the whole camping family. Adult admission is $9; kids under 12 free. Senior special admission $6 on Friday. Show hours are 1-8 Friday; 10-8 Saturday; 10-5 Sunday. Bring four cans of food for the New Hampshire Campground Owners... Read more →

The Black Fly Triathlon Festival Returns To Waterville Valley In July

Waterville Valley’s Town Square will be a-BUZZ July 6-8, 2012, as the Black Fly Triathlon Festival returns for its fourth year. The three-day festival includes a Bike Time Trial Friday evening, the International Triathlon and “Little Bugger” Kids Triathlon on Saturday, and a Sprint Triathlon on Sunday. For those looking for the ultimate tri weekend, there is the “Lord of the Flies” Challenge, competing in all three events. A new addition this year is the Mini Midge Youth Obstacle Run for pre-school aged children. It’s a weekend geared toward the entire family. In addition to the beautiful scenery, athletes will... Read more →

New Hampshire School Break Package At Waterville Valley

Waterville Valley, NH- New Hampshire residents have the opportunity to enjoy the school break with award winning skiing and snowboarding at Waterville Valley. The New Hampshire School Break package is valid on the nights of February 26 through March 1. Includes lodging Sunday through Thursday and lift tickets Monday through Friday. Plus, Monday through Friday, get a 50% discount on rentals, group lessons, all day Kids Venture Camps and childcare. Two nights stay minimum required, minimum 2 adults per room. Valid February 26–March 1, 2012. From $118pp/night, quad occupancy (2 adults and 2 children, 12 & under). Guests have access... Read more →

Waterville Valley, NH- Stay any two midweek nights with skiing for two days and get the third night and day of skiing free. If two days of skiing is not enough, extend the stay to three nights and three days of skiing with the fourth night and day of skiing free. Valid January 3 thru March
(excluding 1/13-1/16/12, 2/17-2/19/12, and 2/24-2/26/12.) From $79pp/night, double occupancy. Guests have access to the White Mountain Athletic Club with indoor pool, Jacuzzis and steam rooms, and use of Waterville Valley Resort’s shuttle bus. Events and activities run throughout the season, check the resort’s website for... Read more →

Massachusetts School Break Package At Waterville Valley

Massachusetts' residents can enjoy a week of skiing during their February break at Waterville Valley. Stay two nights and ski two days on February 20th and 21st and get the third night and third day of skiing free. Children ski free (limit one child per one adult). The package includes lodging for any 3 nights Sunday through Wednesday and tickets for 3 days of skiing Monday through Friday. Valid on the nights of February 20–22, 2012. From $450/night, quad occupancy. Guests have access to the White Mountain Athletic Club with indoor pool, Jacuzzis and steam rooms, and use of Waterville... Read more →