With the wind on your face and the water beneath your feet, there’s nothing quite like a waterskiing excursion on Purity Lake. For guests six years of age and older, we offer waterskiing, wakeboarding and knee boarding tours with an advanced reservation and an additional fee. If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at this popular watersport, you won’t find better views than those at Purity Spring.
Wandering through the White Mountains is a surefire way to work up an appetite. Fortunately, you won’t have to go far at all to find a fantastic meal. With breakfast, dinner and beer and wine menus, Traditions also offers to-go grill packs and family meals that can be ordered in advance. Whether your stomach is growling for a grilled steak or you’ve got a hankering for a breakfast sandwich that goes above and beyond, Traditions is right on site to help satisfy your cravings.
Between mid-December and late-March, you can’t beat the fun you’ll find at King Pine Ski Area. With 17 trails, four lifts and runs that range from green to double black diamond, there’s a downright impressive variety of downhill skiing. With 20 km of snow shoeing and cross-country skiing trails, there are some truly stunning routes to deliver your daily workout. And with a rope-pull tubing hill and an ice-skating rink, there are plenty of ski-free winter sports to enjoy too.
Tin Mountain Conservation Center’s “Nature Learning Center” (NLC) is a hidden gem in the heart of the Mount Washington Valley. The exquisitely built 8,500 sq. ft. net-zero building is solar-electric & solar-thermal, offers a gem & mineral collection, 20 locally sourced wood species, nature library, great room and an extensive animal mount display. The NLC is open every day from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tin Mountain’s Albany campus also boasts a 1.2 mile Accessible Nature Trail, 200+ year old barn, beaver pond, 13 acres of native Mountain Laurel, a granite quarry and over 10 miles of trails to explore. The trails are open every day from dawn to dusk, and maps are available for our well-marked network that traverses the 300 acre property. As a supporting business partner of Tin Mountain Conservation Center, Purity Spring Resort has a limited number of passes available for guests to attend the weekly Nature Programs offered by Tin Mountain. Ask for more information and a list of programs at the Front Desk.
Whether you’re a casual player or a serious competitor, you’ll enjoy the sensation scenery on this stunning 18-hole course. With clear views of Mt. Washington—and the Presidential and Moat Ranges to boot—you’ll get a picture-perfect backdrop at every hole. And with fantastically maintained fairways and reasonably moderate terrain, you’ll find that the course is friendly for all skill levels too.
If you love great style and even better prices, then Settlers Green should be on the top of your itinerary. This tax-free shopping destination is home to all kinds of brilliant brands—from Coach to Columbia and REI to Ralph Lauren. Their deals and discounts help you stay on trend and on budget. And their wide range of restaurants help you find a great lunch stop while you shop too.
When you stay at Purity Spring, it only takes a 20-minute drive into the village of Tamworth to find yourself at oldest ongoing professional summer theatre in the United States. Founded in 1931 by Francis Cleveland—the son of our nation’s twenty-second president, Grover Cleveland—this 282-seat theater produces timeless plays delivered with an equally timeless air. At Barnstormers, you’ll feel like you’re taking a step back in time before you even take your seat.