Located in the White Mountain National Forest, Evergreen Valley is a winter wonderland. With access to major ITS Trails in Maine and New Hampshire this is an ideal base for snowmobilers. Check it out, we are now listed as one of the top 10 places to go snowmobiling in the country America's Best and Top Ten X-country and snow shoeing is at your doorstep. You are a easy drive to some of the best ski areas in the east. Shawnee Peak (20 miles) Attitash, Bretton Woods, Cannon, Wildcat, Cranmore, Loon Mountain, Sunday River to name a few. We now have snowmobile rentals available from Evans Notch Snowmobiles Rentals on Rt 113 about 10-15 minutes from Evergreen.
As the mountains and forest come alive in the spring, the solitude of the hiking trails have an abundance of wild flowers tucked within the virgin forest. This is a get chance to see the forest awaken. For the more urbane, get an early start to your wardrobe plan with the many great buys in the shopping outlets of North Conway. The bargains seem even better when you don't pay any sales tax.
In the summer, Evergreen Valley is where you want to vacation. Mountain hiking, water sports on beautiful Kezar Lake, canoeing down the Saco River, fishing on the numerous ponds and lakes, and exploring many local area villages, are but a few adventures waiting for you. A short distance away is Santa's Village, Storyland, Six-Gun City, Mt Washington, and Clark's Trading Post. Children love just staying around evergreen and playing in out site playground. It will be a family vacation you will long remember. All ages love the trips down the Saco river, whether you canoe, kayak, or tube. Swimming is also at peak at nearby Kezar Lake, listed as "one of the three most beautiful lakes in the world" by National Geographic. For golfing lovers, Kezar Lake Golf and Country Club is but one of the many courses in the area.
When the fall comes, natures palette paints a spectacular show. It is a photographer's delight. New England's largest and longest running fair, the Fryeburg Fair awakens this quiet rural community during the last week of September. This is the original country fair which hosts crafts, horse racing, oxen pulls, plowing matches and all kind of local foods. A must see event. The apple crisp booth is the stuff of local legend.