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Great North Woods Region (New Hampshire)

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Great North Woods Region (New Hampshire)

The Great North Woods Region is located at the northern tip of New Hampshire, United States, north of the White Mountains Region. The Great North Woods is a tourism region of New Hampshire and is located in Coos County. The dividing line is loosely defined as running from Cushman to Berlin and east to the Maine border.

The region should not be confused with the larger and more general Great North Woods.

Tourism marketing for the region is provided by New Hampshire Grand, the official convention and visitors' bureau for the region, as well as the Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Northern Gateway Chamber of Commerce, the Umbagog Area Chamber of Commerce, and the North Country Chamber of Commerce.

External links

  • Great North Woods at NH Division of Travel and Tourism Development
  • New Hampshire Grand Convention and Visitors' Bureau for the Great North Woods region

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