What to do during Covid-19 at Cold Spring Resort
During your stay at Cold Spring Resort, we don’t want you to feel stuck here. The Lakes Region and White Mountain area that surrounds Cold Spring Resort still provides you the chance to see and experience all this area has to offer. Listed below are some of our favorite local activities with descriptions on how your safety is a priority.
Enjoy a meal outside on the lake, or choose to sit indoors. Limited tables and space available – consider calling ahead to reserve. Take-out is always a great option, too.
For more information on their Covid-19 policies, visit them at www.waltersbasin.com, or give them a call at 603-968-4412
Call in your order or conveniently order online! www.thaismilenh.com or call them at 603-536-1788.
The original Common Man – that makes it a New Hampshire classic, at least we think so. Like The Italian Farmhouse, call ahead to be placed on a seating list. Limited indoor and outdoor seating available. Although, take-out lets you enjoy your meal at your home-away-from-home.
For more information on their Covid-19 policies, and menus, visit www.thecman.com or call them at 603-968-7030.
*The Common Man family now requires that all guests wear a face mask or cloth face covering when entering and leaving our establishments and moving about inside.
Loon Mountain Resort
Safely explore Polar Caves sensational glacial caves. Formed during the Ice Age, these caves are fun to explore. Masks are required and other measures are in place to ensure your safety. Visit their Covid-19 page to learn more.
M/S Mount Washington
Squam Lakes Natural
Board walks in canyons and scenic vistas of the White Mountains are a great way to experience the region. Tickets must be purchased in advance and some boulder caves are currently closed. Click here for more information.
Approximately 5 miles from Cold Spring Resort, you’ll find Rainbow Falls on Cummings Hill Road in Plymouth. Drive a couple of minutes down Cummings Hill Road to end up at a sharp corner in the road, you’ll see a small parking area on the right side of the corner and the trail head map on the other side of the stream. A short 10 minute walk on relatively flat, stable ground leads you to Rainbow Falls.
Head east on Rt. 3 towards Holderness. Near Walter’s Basin restaurant, take a left on Rt. 113 – travel 5.5 miles and just past Pinehurst Road is the trail head parking area on your right. About a mile of uphill hiking leads you to one of the best views in New Hampshire.