The White Mountains have always been an attractive place for families to live, vacation and recreate. Families and school children have also played a roll in protecting the forests. Sites along the Weeks Act Legacy Trail marked with this icon are especially suitable for young children.
 Echo Lake and Ayres Plaque (view on map)
Scenic recreation area and conservationist memorial.
 Cannon Mountain (view on map)
Aerial tramway at site of former Profile House and Old Man of the Mountain.
 White Mountain Visitor Center (view on map)
Visitor Center with White Mountain National Forest interactive exhibits and displays.
 Kancamagus Highway (view on map)
National Scenic Byway through heart of White Mountain National Forest.
 Lincoln Woods Visitor Center and Trails (view on map)
Recreation trails and visitor center on historic logging site.
 Discovery Trail (view on map)
1.5 mile walking loop with interpretive panels identifying examples of forest management.
 Passaconaway Historic Site (view on map)
Preserved 1830s homestead in pioneer ghost town.
 Saco Ranger Station (view on map)
USFS district headquarters and White Mountain National Forest information center.
 Route 302 Visitor Center at Intervale Overlook (view on map)
 Visitor Center at Intervale Overlook Information center with views of Mount Washington popular with 19th Century artists.
 Crawford Notch State Park (view on map)
Willey Slide Historic Site, hiking trails, children’s trout pond and waterfalls.
 AMC Highland Center (view on map)
AMC’s Crawford Notch recreation and lodging facility.
 Crawford Path (view on map)
Oldest maintained hiking trail in America with rich history.
 Zealand Picnic Area (view on map)
Campground, picnic area and recreation trails on site of former logging town.