Established in 1879, The Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club is known for its hospitality to travelers and spectacular mountain setting.
The Eagle Mountain House is conveniently located near numerous White Mountain attractions and activities found in this all-season destination
We have monthly events and promotions happening all the time at Eagle Mountain House, take a look at our calendar to find out more.
Work in the hospitality business? Come enjoy 50% off everything to hospitality workers. This will take place every Tuesday night!
Wildquack Duck River Festival
Sunday May 24, 2015
26th Racing of the Ducks!
Jackson, New Hampshire: A recognized quintessential New England Village and a highly visited resort destination plays host to the 26th running of the Ducks Sunday, May 24th, 2015.
Come see this wild and zany event that has been a favorite for more 26 years. Families, friends, singles, writers, photographers… You really need to see this one for yourself. Watching more than 3,500 yellow rubber ducks make their way down the Wildcat River to the finish line will excite the child in all of you.
Start gathering at 8 AM when ticket sales and Duck Stuff are open for business... the following is the itinerary for the days celebration:
Admission to event is always FREE 8 AM - 4:00 PM (approximate)
8 AM - close - Vendor Booths Open (food, games, and more)
9 AM - 2 PM - Silent Auction
9 AM - 3 PM Roaming Train Rides
10 AM - The infamous Rob and Andrew Clark our Masters of Ceremony
10 AM - 3 PM - Kennett High Key Club Presents... Kid's Games
Noon - Special Recognition
1 PM - 5 Minutes of Fame
2:30 PM - Parade
2:45 PM - Big Ducks Released
3 PM All other Ducks Released
2 PM Jackson Cake Boss
3:20 PM (approximate time) Prize Announcements including Races, Parade, and Best Named Duck
Free hot chocolate vouchers and special offers to select stores. Plus, new this year, purchase Attitash Mountain Resort and Wildcat Mountain discounted lift tickets during this event. Learn More
The Town of Conway is celebrating its 250th Anniversary in 2015, and to commemorate, we're compiling a calendar guide of things to do in North Conway and the Mt. Washington Valley area starting on New Year's Day through September.
For the first 250 days of the year, our calendar guide will feature an event, opportunity or random act of kindness that will bring happiness to the community and tourists alike. Learn More!
Location: Throughout Jackson Area
Date: Monday, June 1, 2015
Join the local businesses of Jackson, Bartlett, Glen & Intervale as they open their doors to share their northern hospitality and holiday fun with you in June. Experience our holiday fun in warmer weather. Instead of skating, skiing and snow-shoeing you can hike, bike, kayak or take a swim. If you weren't able to come and share the magic of the holidays with us in December now is your chance to see what it was like... Many local businesses will be hosting lots of fun and exciting things to do. The “Christmas In June” celebration starts on June 1st and continues through the 15th. Jackson Area businesses will be offering open houses, gift give a-ways, drink tastings, special dining experiences, lodging specials, food tastings, and the all new Jingle Bell Chocolate Challenge. and a special visit with Summering Santa.
The Jingle Bell Chocolate Challenge is a Self-Guided Tour of 15 - 20 area businesses who have created special chocolate treats with a secret ingredient. Tickets are $15 per person and entitle ticket holders to a Jingle Bell, Festive Bag (for any un-eaten chocolates), a Jingle Bell Chocolate Challenge Card (where ticket holders will list what they believe each property's secret ingredient is) and a special chocolate treat at each property they visit. Tours run on June 6th from 11 AM until 4 PM. At the last property visited on the tour, ticket holder will pass in their Jingle Bell Chocolate Card. Jingle Bell Chocolate Cards could win a Jackson Area Vacation Package valued at $500 for their ticket holder. Here's how... Jingle Bell Chocolate Challenge Cards listing 100% correct secret ingredients will be entered into a drawing for the vacation package. If there are no cards listing 100% correct secret ingredients then all Jingle Bell Chocolate Challenge Cards will be entered into the drawing. Winner will be contacted. Drawing will be held on Monday June 16th at noon. Tickets are on sale at participating businesses as well as the Chamber office located at 18 Main Street, Jackson, NH 03846 or on line at www.jacksonnh.com/tickets-gifts.php.
Summering Santa vacations in Jackson, New Hampshire every year and he has agreed to take time out of his vacation to meet with all the children at the Jackson Village Gazebo on June 6th and 13th from 4:30 PM until 5:30 PM. Summering Santa wants to hear all about the children's vacation plans and what they have done while they are in Jackson. Summering Santa will have a special cookie for each child who visits with him. Remember Santa always has time for children even when he is vacationing.
Merry Christmas In June!
If you thought Laconia Bike Week was entertaining, wait until you ride the Mt. Washington Auto Road. A ride up Mt. Washington is a one of-a-kind experience. Every time. Encounter ever changing weather, panoramic views and four climate zones as you climb the highest point in the Northeast. You’ve seen the bumper stickers. Now, discover what all the fuss is about.
Motorcycles Only-Bikes rule the Road all day – Arrive before 10:00am and your motorcycle passenger rides for free! Auto Road guided tours will also be operating all day. (Rain or shine weather permitting)
$16 for bike and operator, $8 for adult passenger, $6 for child 5 -12 years old.
Mt. Washington Auto Road is open daily throughout Bike Week for cars and bikes from 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The 55th annual “Run to the Clouds” will take place on June 20, 2015. The historic all-uphill run draws thousands of runners from across New England, throughout the U.S., and from countries as close as Canada and as far away as Kenya, to make the grueling climb to the summit of the highest peak in the Northeast.
Location: Jackson Village
Date: Sunday, July 5, 2015
This Hillclimb will be contested on exactly the same course as the historic Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb – the toughest Hillclimb in the world. This addition is in response to the overwhelming popularity of the MWARBH and this year will benefit the Mt. Washington Valley Bicycling Club. In addition to a percentage of the proceeds being donated to this organization, junior racers will also have the opportunity to enter by raising money directly for the non-profit.
The intent of this second Hillclimb is to satisfy the demand for bicycle racing on this hill and to raise money, but it will only be conducted in a way that will not hinder the Tin Mountain Conservation Center’s ability to raise funds in the future through the annual Mt Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb held in August. This climb will mirror the original and only be held if the MWARBH fills completely. Newton’s Revenge is limited to 600 racers.
Location: Covered Bridge Jackson New Hampshire
Date: Saturday, August 1, 2015
Dance the night away under the stars and the Jackson Covered Bridge on Saturday August 01, 2015 starting at 7 PM. Featuring... Jon Sarty and the White Mountain Boys. As with all talented musicians they will have their own following as well as everyone who has been to the Covered Bridge Dance in the past, therefore we recommend you come early and pick your spot. There are a number of tables and chairs provided but they go fast. Bring your own chairs, blankets, friends, family and, of course Dancing Shoes. The Jackson Community comes together for this Old Fashioned block party once a year and you are invited.
It isn't often you see any of New Hampshire's Covered Bridges closed to vehicles... but on this very special night the Jackson Covered Bridge will be closed from 5 PM until midnight for this great event. You know an event is worth the trip when it stops traffic... signs will be posted and our very own Jackson Police crew will be on hand to redirect traffic as needed. If you are visiting a local business located in the loop merely continue north on route 16 and take the first right after the Covered Bridge to get into Jackson Village. Please note... all Jackson Village businesses normally opened at night will most certainly remain opened during this event. So please... mark your calendars and join us for a night of Dancing under the Stars and the Jackson Covered Bridge.
Parking for this event will be marked. The entrance fee to the Covered Bridge Dance is FREE thanks to our major sponsors: Whitney's Inn at Jackson, Inn at Jackson, Flossie's General Store, Homer's Appliance. Donations are always welcome.
Be sure to come hungry and enjoy a wonderfully delicious menu prepared by Sweeney Sensations!
Story Land (3 miles)
Treat the kids to an unforgettable adventure with rides, shows, and attractions geared to younger children, like Los Bravos Silver Mine Tour, Dr. Geyser's Remarkable Raft Ride, The Polar Coaster, Slipshod Safari Tour, and the Farm Follies Animated Show, to name just a few.
Conway Scenic Railroad (8 miles)
Embark on an old-fashioned railway adventure the entire family will love. Choose one of three historic routes that will take you on a steam engine ride through some of the most dramatic natural scenery in the country.
Mt. Washington Auto Road (12 miles)
The most spectacular eight miles of driving in New Hampshire can be found on the Mt. Washington Auto Road. This amazing ride to the summit of the Northeast’s highest peak will reveal views that have to be seen to be believed—ridgeline after ridgeline, in an ever changing show of light, clouds and colors.
Cog Railway (25 miles)
The beauty of the mountains and the thrill of ascending the Northeast's highest peak are just as enchanting today as they were in 1869, when Sylvester Marsh opened the world's first mountain-climbing railroad on New Hampshire's Mount Washington. Nearly 150 years later, the Mount Washington Cog Railway continues to provide a sense of adventure and history as it carries passengers up a 3-mile-long trestle and the steepest railroad tracks in North America to the 6,288-foot summit of Mount Washington.
Theatre in the Wood
For a wide range of concerts, plays and other events, the Theatre in the Wood has a great list of performances.
New Hampshire's travelling Children's Theatre, produced by the Papermil Theatre, comes to the Theatre in the Wood Fridays in Summer.
Stone Mountain Arts Center (27 miles)
This beautiful red clapboard music hall is located just over the border from New Hampshire in Brownfield, Maine. The performance space towers over a 200-year-old farmhouse, providing you with a truly dramatic entertainment experience. Past musical performance genres include folk, Celtic, blues, Cajun, opera, comedy, and classical.
M & D Productions (11.75 miles)
M&D Productions is the Mount Washington Valley’s premier year round community-based theater. The company showcases over 200 actors that range from retired Broadway performers to newcomers.
Jackson Area Specialty Stores
Flossie's General Store, Main Street Jackson
Jackson Farmer's Market (Seasonal), Main Street, Jackson
Zeb's General Store, Main Street, North Conway
Settlers' Green Outlet Village (12 miles)
Enjoy tax-free outlet shopping at over 60 factory outlet stores.
Stores include Adidas, Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, April Cornell, Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Brookstone, Carter’s, Champion Outlet, Chico’s, Children’s Place, Claire’s, Coach, Crabtree & Evelyn, Crocs, Dress Barn/Dress Barn Women Outlet, Eddie Bauer, Famous Footwear Outlet, Gap Outlet, G.H. Bass, Gymboree Outlet, Haggar, Hanesbrands, J. Crew, Jockey, Journeys, Justice, Kitchen Collection, Lane Bryant Outlet, Levi’s, Maidenform, New Balance, Nike Factory Store, Old Navy, OshKosh B’Gosh, PacSun, Reebok, Rockport, Rue 21, Stonewall Kitchen, Stride Rite, Sunglass Hut, Talbots Outlet, Timberland Factory Store, Tommy Hilfiger, Toys “R” Us Express, Travelpro Luggage Outlet, Under Armour, Van Heusen, Waterford Wedgwood Royal Doulton, Wilsons Leather Outlet, Yankee Candle and Zales Outlet.
Jackson Cross Country Ski and Snowshoeing Center
Located at the Eagle Mountain House.
Imagine a whole New England Village dedicated to nordic skiing, with a white steepled church, covered bridges, rivers with cascading waterfalls, and a hundred miles of cross country ski trails...All at your doorstep.
Start exploring the trails right after breakfast. Stop for a break for lunch or some hot chocolate throughout the day at the Eagle's Landing Tavern.
Located 6 miles from Eagle Mountain House
Attitash Mountain is more than just a ski area; it is the essence of skiing, snowboarding, and winter lifestyle. Attitash Mountain Resort offers 67 trails across two big, connected mountains that combine traditional New England runs and challenging terrain with modern, wide-open cruisers suited for all abilities. There are also acres of glades and tree skiing and one of New Hampshire’s original progressive freestyle terrain parks. The Attitash Mountain Resort ski school is ready to teach fundamental techniques on accessible learning terrain or coach leading-edge tactics to help you or your family enjoy your active experience and winter passion.
Located 12 miles from Eagle Mountain House
Ride the four-person enclosed gondola to Wildcat Mountain's 4,000-foot summit to enjoy some of the best views in New England. Wildcat Mountain’s four-person ZipRider zip-line descends 2,100 feet over trails, treetops and the Peabody River. Riders travel on cables suspended at heights up to 70 feet and reach pulse-pounding speeds up to 45 miles per hour.
Located 12 miles from Eagle Mountain House
One of the country’s oldest continuously operating ski areas, opening in 1937. Under new ownership since 2010, Cranmore has received over $8.2 million in improvements since then. The resort has undergone a major face lift including a state-of-the-art Arlberg Children’s Learning Center, a new quad chairlift, NH’s first Mountain Coaster, expanded tubing park, additional snowmaking, and new for summer 2011, Cranmore Mountain Adventure Park- the newest family attraction in the White Mountains featuring zip lines and ropes course, summer tubing, giant swing, soaring eagle zipline Mountain Coaster and more.
Located 2 miles from Eagle Mountain House
Beginner and novice skiers enjoy our gentle learning slopes, while more advanced skiers navigate the traditional trails, all with beautiful scenery. Experts head for the summit where views of Mount Washington are as thrilling as the chute down Upper Maple Slalom.
Friendly people are at the heart of Black Mountain and we are proud to offer our guests 76 years of rich skiing history. As a family owned and operated resort, family has remained our focus. Our ski school is among the best in the business and as children build their confidence on the slopes, mom and dad can enjoy time of their own, knowing their little ones are well supervised and cared for.
Great Glen Trails
Located 12 miles from Eagle Mountain House
Glide on skis along gentle or challenging forest trails. Explore aboard the SnowCoach or slide on a snow tube. Snowshoe to a cozy cabin or discover the wilderness. Your adventure is up to you. At the Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center in Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire, we offer adventures in all shapes and sizes.
Northern Extremes Snowmobiling
Come discover the White Mountains with Northern Extremes. We offer guided snowmobile tours for all ages and abilities. Our experienced guides will take you on a unforgettable tour through the White Mountain National Forest and the NH Great North Woods. We will take you to the best snow conditions and lesser traveled trails. Guided tours our recommended for the first time snowmobiler.
We offer tours ranging from a quick one-hour jaunt to a Full Day cruise through the New Hampshire backwoods. The tour times are the actual time you are out on the trail.
Northern Extremes will be offering self guided snowmobile rentals on the Family Friendly Bear Notch snowmobile trail system. This 50 mile closed loop trail system offers spectacular views of Mt Washington & Mt Chocora. Along the way riders can stop at a scenic vista, picnic along Swift River or look for moose.