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Things to do Memorial Day Weekend 2019 in New London and the Sunapee Region

From Memorial Day services to the start of the summer season for many businesses, heres a quick list of events and places to check out if your staying in, or traveling through New London, Sunapee, Newbury, Warner and other surrounding towns in our beautiful region.

Saturday, May 25

8:00 AM 12:00 PM
Wilmot Garden Club Annual Plant Sale
Wilmot Flat

8:00 am 1:00 pm
Annual KCPC Yard Sale

10:00 am
Fells Main House Opens for the Season
The Fells Historic Garden and Estate

Mount Sunapee Adventure Park Opens
Mount Sunapee Resort, Newbury

MV Kearsarge Restaurant Ship Opens for the Season

Potter Place Railroad Station and Museum
Opens to the public on weekends now through October

Fentons Landing Opens for the Season

Monday, May 27

Registration 7:30 am, Race start 9:00 am
WCA Black Fly Blitz 5k

8:00 am 10:45 am
Memorial Day Services, Parade and Flag Raising Ceremony

9:45 am
Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast
Veterans Hall
944 N.H. Route 103, Newbury


Village Sports
New London
What: Kayaks, Paddles boards, Electric bikes

Exploring on Foot

Main St. New London
Shops, eateries and a beautiful town green make Main Street New London an enjoyable destination to visit.

Sunapee Harbor
Grab a bite to eat, take in the views of the harbor and lake Sunapee and check out Prospect Hill Antiques new location.

Main Street, Warner
Another picture-perfect New England town to explore with restaurants and shops to visit.

Clark Lookout Trail
Pack a picnic and enjoy sweeping views of Lake Sunapee at Clark Lookout. Less than a mile round trip!

Mount Kearsarge
Start from Wilmot or Warner and hike the beautiful Mount Kearsarge with 360-degree views.

Mount Sunapee & Lake Solitude
Starting on Mountain Road in Newbury, NH, take the Andrew Brook Trail up to Lake Solitude and the White Cliffs.

Kezar Lake Loop
Located in Sutton, NH, stretch your legs and walk the 3-mile loop around Kezar lake. Youll be rewarded with views of Mount Kearsarge and you can always pack a lunch and enjoy Wadleigh State Park after your walk.

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