Below is a list of visitor information specialists who can help you plan your visit to the White Mountains Region of New Hampshire.
White Mountains Visitor Center
The White Mountains Visitor Center in North Woodstock is located at I-93 Exit 32 right on the Kancamagus Highway. Learn about the area through various displays and audio visual presentations. The friendly staff will help you make the most of your trip, and provide you with free brochures, maps, and more. White Mountains Recreation Passes are also available at the Visitor Center. Browse in the gift shop and stop in the White Mountain National Forest Interpretive Center to learn about everything White Mountains.
Address: 200 Kancamagus Highway, Rte 112, North Woodstock, NH 03262
Franconia Notch Regional Chamber of Commerce
Immerse yourself in the unspoiled great outdoors of the Franconia Notch region in New Hampshire's White Mountains. Breathtaking views, spectacular snow-capped mountain peaks, pristine waterfalls, glacier lakes, moose and bear, historic covered bridges, and a tradition of warm hospitality welcome visitors from around the world.
Address: Route 18, Main Street, P.O. Box 780, Franconia NH 03580
Phone: (603) 823-5661
Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce
Our 200+ members engage in manufacturing, hospitality, retailing and dozens of other ventures, including non-profit and and hybrid organizations. Nestled in the shadow of the New Hampshire’s majestic White Mountains, the Littleton Area is the economic and recreational hub of the North Country. This picturesque New England gem offers something for everyone – fine dining and art galleries, unique shops and historic buildings, and a range of outdoor activities for all seasons.
Address: 107 Main Street, Littleton, NH 03561
Phone: (603) 444-6561
New Hampshire Department of Travel and Tourism Development
Get information on the entire state's attractions, accommodations, and recreation. Request a 2015 Visitor's Guide by mail, or view the complete version online. Discover what to do, where to eat, and where to stay when you visit New Hampshire, plus vacation ideas and NH fun facts.
Address: P.O. Box 1856, Concord, NH 03302
Phone: 800-FUN-IN-NH, (603) 271-2665
Western White Mountains Chamber of Commerce
Welcome to the basecamp of the White Mountains; Lincoln, Woodstock, and Franconia Notch. Conveniently located along Interstate 93. You’ll love kayaking, golfing, Moose tours, bicycling, fishing, swimming, hiking and the many other activities and attractions that our region has to offer. Visit our website for lodging, attractions, events, and area information.
Address: 126 Main Street, North Woodstock 03262
Phone: (603) 745-6621
Below is a list of business organizations associated with Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves.
White Mountains Attractions Association
What's the big attraction? Take your pick - we've got 17 of them and each one is an adventure and a great value! WMAA is a destination marketing organization with 17 major attractions and 300+ individual business participants. WMAA runs the White Mountains Visitor Center and leases and operates Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves from the Forest Society. The organization also publishes and distributes brochures, attends domestic and international tourism shows, and provides training and informational tours. Some places have all of the fun! Website: www.visitwhitemountains.com
National Caves Association
Explore a cave near you and see why millions of visitors each year go underground in search of family fun, adventure, and education. From a small group of about 30 show cave owners in 1965, the Association has grown over the years to a membership of over 80 of the best show caves across the United States, Bermuda and Barbados. This site provides a directory of caves open to the public and encourages you to discover and visit some of the greatest natural treasures that are hidden beneath your feet. Website: www.cavern.com
Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests
The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests is now one of the country's most effective statewide land conservation organizations. As a non-profit membership organization, the Forest Society is dedicated to protecting the state's most important landscapes while promoting the wise use of its renewable natural resources. The Forest Society purchased Lost River in 1912 and still owns the land today. Website: www.forestsociety.org
Granite State Ambassadors
We are over 1740 strong since 1996. Our professional GSA certification program not only leaves our graduates with our "Its Always Sunny in New Hampshire" attitude, it gives our volunteers and industry friends a broad overview of the state's industries and its recreational resources with presentations from over 20 speakers from around New Hampshire. Our professional GSA volunteers collectively serve an average of 20,000 hours and passionately assist well over 100,000 guests to our state each year. They are true New Hampshire Information Specialists. Website: www.nhgranitestateambassadors.org
NH Travel Council
The New Hampshire Travel Council is the voice for tourism in the Granite State. We are advocates for the best interests of the industry, the state, its people and visitors. The New Hampshire Travel Council works to educate and inform visitor industry members with the goal of helping them improve their businesses and the services they provide. Website: www.newhampshiretravelcouncil.org
New England Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (NEAAPA)
NEAAPA is dedicated to serving the parks, attractions and tourism industry for the purpose of improving the quality of the entertainment experience in the region by increasing the professionalism within the industry. Website: www.neaapa.com