Tucker Pond, New Hampshire


Tucker Pond is located in Merrimack county, New Hampshire. Find dining and lodging options near Tucker Pond.

Check out local things to do such as local golfing (Lochmere Golf & Country Club, Plausawa Valley Country Club and Oak Brook Golf), water sports (Advantage Motorsports, Plymouth Ski & Sports Inc and Rhino Bike Works), hiking (Wilmot Trail, Monadnock Sunapee Trail and Catamount Trail).

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Hiking Trails:
Wilmot Trail
Monadnock Sunapee Trail
Catamount Trail

Water Sports:
Advantage Motorsports, 33 North Stark Highway, Weare, NH 3281
Plymouth Ski & Sports Inc, 97 Main Street, Plymouth, NH 3264
Rhino Bike Works, 1 Foster Street, Plymouth, NH 3264

State Parks
Carroll State Forest, New Hampshire
Harriman Chandler State Forest, New Hampshire
Toll Gate State Park, New Hampshire

Gift Shops
Winnisquam Gifts Collectibles & Lakeview Crafts, Route 3, Tilton, NH 03276

Antique Stores
Warner Antiques, 69 East Main Street, Warner, NH 03278
The Frying Pan, 94 Beanhill Road, Northfield, NH 03276
Portinari Joseph, 334 Pembroke Street, Pembroke, NH 03275

Local Events for Warner, NH
May 16,2014: Exotic Aquatic Plants in New Hampshire’s River Systems
7:00pm: Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum. The Little Nature Museum presents a talk by Amy Samgola of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Servic
May 09,2014: Mills and Industries Along The Warner River Watershed
7:00pm: Warner Town Hall. The Warner Historical Society presents a program by Rebecca Courser on the mills and industries from Bradford to Contoocook
May 04,2014: Opening Recreation - Giona Sezoha G’dakinna: We Paint Our Land
2:00pm: Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum. Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum is pleased to announce its first exhibit devoted to contemporary Native American fi
May 18,2014: Exhibition - Giona Sezoha G’dakinna: We Paint Our Land
12:00pm: Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum. Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum is pleased to announce its first exhibit devoted to contemporary Native American f

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Restaurants in the vicinity
Pizza Chef
Traditions Restaurant at Lake Sunapee
Pizza Chef Inc
Red Star Chinese Restaurant
Peter Christian's Tavern
Hotels in the vicinity
Jacob's Ladder Bed & Breakfast
Potter Place Inn-Restaurant
Mountain Lake Inn
Candlelite Inn
Elmwood Motor Lodge

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Current Weather at Tucker Pond, New Hampshire


Fair

41°F

Fair
Humidity: 51%
Wind: NNW at 3 mph

3-day forecast

Sunday
Mostly sunny
31°F / 56°F
Monday
Partly cloudy
40°F / 67°F
Tuesday
Few showers
43°F / 67°F

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