The White Mountains carve a ruggedly beautiful path through New Hampshire’s idyllic landscape. Pristine peaks wander along lush woodlands, roaming rivers, and expansive valleys. This surplus of natural splendor provides outdoor adventures for all ages.
And, your White Mountain center for family fun is The Mountain Club on Loon. Showcasing a slew of activities, an attraction-adjacent location, and an array of amenities, this New England nook is your base camp for adventure. Come for the recreation, stay for the relaxation.
Adjacent to Loon Mountain, alpine adventures are just outside your door. As the largest ski resort in New Hampshire, Loon Mountain stands at the summit of alpine adventures. Skiing, snowboarding, and tubing abound on this diverse terrain during the winter months.
For some warmer family fun, trek through the lush landscape of the White Mountain National Forest. Soak in even more breathtaking views on the Kancamagus National Scenic Byway, a 34.5-mile scenic drive through mountains and forests. When autumn arrives, marvel at some of the most breathtaking fall foliage in the country. If you’re searching for water-fueled fun, the Pemigewasset River offers fantastic fly fishing.
The entertainment continues onsite, where families are treated to high value packages and exceptional amenities. Adults will love the restorative serenity of the onsite Viaggio Spa while kids can make a splash in the shimmering pool and enjoy complimentary gondola rides. Pleasure your palate with pub fare at the Black Diamond Pub and lounge and start the day off right with a breakfast buffet at Seasons on Loon Restaurant.
"The resort was great,” a satisfied guest said. “The pool is perfect and in a nice setting. Our breakfast, which was part of our package, was very good and our dinner in The Pub on site was great. The gondola ride to the summit was great. Our children had a great time and were exhausted every night.”
This resort is truly designed for families, as the rooms are spacious and feature amenities for everyone. Spacious rooms and suites accommodate entire families while arcades and the candy shop keep the little ones entertained. Parents can stay in shape at the health club, which offers a sauna, workout rooms, fitness classes, and more.
“This was my second time staying at Loon, but the first time with my two young kids,” a returning guest said. “I couldn't have been happier with the whole stay. We booked a ‘suite,’ which is really two rooms (a standard hotel room and a studio with full kitchen). It had a balcony looking out at the mountains.”
These outstanding amenities, a scenic outdoor playground, and a central location make The Mountain Club on Loon an adventureland for all ages.