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Waterville Valley, NH –Waterville Valley’s Annual Ugotta Regatta returns to the waters of Corcoran Pond on Saturday, August 3.


The action begins at 9:30 a.m. with a free boat-building workshop on the shores of Corcoran Pond. All supplies are provided by the Waterville Valley Recreation Department- or, bring your own.  All boats must be made of tape and cardboard. The "boat oughtta float competition" will start at 11 a.m.  


Enjoy the whole day in Town Square, the Valley’s hub for shopping and dining. After the race, grab lunch at La Tasse Café, La Hacienda Mexicana, Legends or the Olde Waterville Pizza Company. Or pack a picnic for lunch by the pond.


There will be a craft beer sampling from 12-3 p.m. and an outdoor concert with Lil Penny from 12-3 p.m., and with Sunday Ave later in the evening from 6-9 p.m.  


Make it a weekend getaway to New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Guests who book overnight stays at participating Waterville Valley lodging properties receive a Freedom Pass which provides access to canoe and kayak rentals, tennis, golf, bike rentals, admission to the White Mountain Athletic Club’s aquatic and fitness center, scenic chairlift rides up Snows Mountain, and complimentary trolley rides – over $100 value per person, per day.


Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, is a four-season resort set in the White Mountain National Forest, just 2 hours north of Boston. In summer, Waterville Valley offers award-winning clay tennis courts, historic 9-hole golf course, miles of mountain bike trails, road cycling, arts and cultural activities, an indoor ice arena, boating, and a skateboard park.  There is a pond for swimming and fishing, and activities and programs for children and the whole family at the Curious George Cottage and Town’s Recreation Center.  Waterville Valley is home to the nation’s first network of hiking trails. Discover 19 peaks, 57 natural features and 48 trails covering 125 miles of White Mountains terrain.  Lodging choices include traditional inns and all-suite hotels, and dining options range from family-friendly favorites to elegant eateries.


For more information call 800-468-2553 or visit


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