Northern New England

  • Portland Harbor - Portland, ME

  • The Balsams Grand Resort Hotel - Colebrook, NH

  • Tough Mudder - Mount Snow, VT

  • Church Street Marketplace - Burrlington, VT

  • Lake Sunapee - Sunapee, NH

  • Old Orchard Beach Pier - Old Orchard Beach, ME

The Great Outdoors

Although Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine are each unique in their own right, the one thing that they share in common is that each state is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether it is spending the summers fishing, sailing and boating on the numerous lakes which populate each state or ocean ventures off  the coasts of Maine and New Hampshire, each season provides multiple ways to enjoy the outdoors. Winter is filled with people skiing and snowmobiling in The Green Mountains of Vermont, The White Mountains of New Hampshire or the variety of mountain ranges in Maine. With the best Fall foliage in the United States, along with some of the most beautiful national parks, the Fall season is filled with campers and hikers taking in all the colors and the nice cool weather.  Whatever your preference, if you love the outdoors , you will love Northern New England.

The Geography

Northern New England Population
New Hampshire 1,408,000
Maine 1,328,000
Vermont 750,000


Largest Cities & Towns by Population –
New Hampshire
Manchester 109,940
Nashua 86,770
Concord 42,590
Dover 30,210
Rochester 29,800
Keene 23,440
Derry 22,000
Portsmouth 21,240
Laconia 16,020
Lebanon 13,370
Claremont 13,220
Somersworth 11,780
Londonderry 10,780
Burlington 42,330
South Burlington 18,160
Rutland 16,350
Essex Jct 9,400
Barre 9,000
Bennington 8,890
Montpelier 7,820
Winooski 7,260
Brattleboro 7,140
St. Albans 6,920
Middlebury 6,580
St. Johnsbury 5,890
Portland 66,230
Lewiston 36,540
Bangor 32,900
South Portland 25,070
Auburn 23,040
Biddeford 21,320
Augusta 19,000
Saco 18,650
Westbrook 17,580
Waterville 15,800
Brunswick 14,990