About New Hampshire

Because of the low cost of North Eastern Institute of Whole Health(NEIWH), a new student might consider relocating to beautiful New Hampshire. New Hampshire is known for its mountains, lakes, ocean, quaint New England culture. Whether it is due to the Fall with foliage, Winter with the skiing, Spring with the lakes and rivers, or Summer with the seacoast, it is no wonder that New Hampshire is a vacation state and why people continue to move here. It is also known for its lack of crime, low taxes, family-living, and economy/job market.

Several places distinguish New Hampshire, Hampton Beach, Portsmouth, Lake Winnipesaukee, Squam Lakes("Golden Pond"), Mount Washington, The White Mountains, covered bridges, and more. New Hampshire is known for its Bed & Breakfast Inns which are located throughout the state.

Several events also distinguish New Hampshire, Rubber ducky races, Mt Washington Road Race, Motorcycle Weekend, Auto racing, Lake Winnipesaukee Fishing Derby, County fairs, Seafood/chowder festivals, and more. Event sites include: Verizon Wireless Arena, Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, Meadowbrook, Capitol Center for the Arts, Palace Theatre, Seacoast Repertory Theatre, The Center of New Hampshire(*have to telephone for schedule). NHEvents.com and NH Happenings are good overall websites to see events.

Lots of sports and recreation in New Hampshire including; skiing, boating, biking, canoeing/kayaking, white water rafting, running, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, camping, hiking, motorcycling; NH Team Sports: Monarchs(Hockey), Fisher Cats(Baseball), Wolves(Arena football), Pride(Baseball), Amoskeag(Rugby)and more...

For Children there are many places including; Santa's Village, Clark's Trading Post, Canobie Lake Park, The Christa McAuliffe Planetarium, Water Country, Story Land, Six Gun City, Heritage New Hampshire, The Cog Railway, Attitash Bear Peak Alpine Slide, Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, Whale's Tale, and more.


Regarding the quaint New England culture, vacationers note the Colonial style homes and history, small farms, seascapes, seafood, proximity to destinations(most within 2-3 hours from Boston, Massachusetts), etc. Apple-picking during harvest season, large Thanksgiving Day celebrations, Christmas lights reflecting off of the snow, snowmobiling for miles, visiting maple syrup shacks, picking wild strawberries, having lobster and steamers(clams), are some experiences of living in New England. Some activities are place specific such as Historical Bunker Hill and Fenway Park of Boston(MA), the Witch museums of Salem(MA), the ships at Mystic(CN), the Houses at Newport(RI), the Sanddunes at Truro(Cape Cod, MA), Thoreau's Walden Pond(Concord, MA), the Quaint seacoast bay town of Camden(ME), Nubble Lighthouse in York(ME), the famous Mount Washington Hotel (Bretton Woods, NH), the Robert Frost Farm in Derry(NH), Hawthorne's House of Seven Gables(Salem, MA), the Mayflower Ship at Plymouth(MA), and many others.