The Balsams Grand Resort

Address: 1000 Cold Spring Road, State Route 26, Dixville, White Mountains, New Hampshire, 03576, United States | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on 1000 Cold Spring Road, State Route 26, Dixville, is near Dixville Notch State Park, Dixville Notch Heritage Trail, and The Panorama Golf Course.
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  • Swimming pool
  • Restaurant
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  • Adjoining Rooms
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Free parking
  • Pets allowed


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TripAdvisor Reviews The Balsams Grand Resort Dixville

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Dixville

And then it was almost winter...

A travel blog entry by ulli19 on Oct 22, 2015

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Zum Glück ist der nächste Flug schon gebucht und in ein paar Monaten bin ich wieder hier!
Na dann, vielleicht auf ein Neues, wenn nicht, dann bis zum Feb. 2016!
Alles Liebe, Ulli

Hi guys,

the last couple of days have been pretty unpredictable, as far as the weather is concerned. We had some really chilly days with even some snow fall, followed by a stretch of warmer temperatures.

The weather in New England is ...

Layover at Lopstick

A travel blog entry by mustseemore on Oct 05, 2015

35 photos

... re-plotted the course and then after an eternity on dirt roads in a forest, finally got to our selected border crossing back into the find it now closed and barricaded! We could only laugh, then set off again to find another one.

But what an excellent day end. We are at a place called Lopstick Lodge (Lopstick being a type of Canadian Fir tree) on the shore of Connecticut Lake and it is so close to my idea of ...

Umbagog Lake State Park, Errol, NH

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Oct 01, 2015

49 photos

... want. There is a beach area for swimming, fishing, boat dock, dump station, playground, recycling station and ranger programs in season. Wildlife viewing – deer, birds and moose. Reservations not needed when we were there midweek and the campground closes Columbus Day weekend. Beautiful area with great views looking over the lake and the Mts in the distance. Nice campground and if we would camp here again if in the ...

Ah! USA.....where's da moose?

A travel blog entry by tc-mike-travels on Oct 11, 2011

22 photos

ahhh...after a GREAT day riding...headed back to the US!!!

Rode for 5 hours...dropped the horses off in the pasture, untacked them, watched them roll in the dust, kick up their heels, neigh and whinny and run around the pasture, so happy to be free of us riders!

Headed down to the scrutinized by the lonely US border agent....she actually went in the trunk ...

Fall Foliage and "The Elusive Moose"

A travel blog entry by 3reds on Sep 24, 2010

12 photos

... hiking etc and you can understand why looking at the beautiful forest surrounding it. But with temperatures getting down to -45 degrees farenheit (-43 degrees celcius), there is plenty of snow! Pickups with snow ploughs are in abundance and every house had at least one skidoo or All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) outside. One ATV that Courtney saw was particularly impressive and came complete with gun carrier!

The next day, we went to the US/Canadian ...