Gorham Area

Discover the allure of Gorham, NH, nestled in the White Mountains—a year-round haven for outdoor enthusiasts. From thrilling ATV, UTV, and snowmobile rides to scenic hikes, mountain biking trails, and mesmerizing waterfalls, Gorham offers a diverse range of activities. In winter, embrace the slopes for skiing, and in warmer months, enjoy a round of mini-golf.

Gorham’s rich history unfolds at attractions like the Gorham Historical Society & Railroad Museum, Mt. Washington Observatory, Douglas A. Philbrook Red Barn Museum, and the Medallion Opera House.

Gorham NH
Gorham NH
Randolph/Jefferson NH

As the sole city in Coös County, Gorham stands as a picturesque destination. Its central village, along the Androscoggin River, buzzes with activity.

Founded in 1770 as part of Shelburne, Gorham began to flourish in 1802. Evolving into a “Railroad Town” with the arrival of the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad in 1851, it became a gateway to landmarks like the Mount Washington Auto Road.

Extend your exploration to the Town of Randolph and Jefferson, both gems in the White Mountains region. Immerse yourself in its scenic beauty and tranquil surroundings, complementing the vibrant offerings of Gorham.

Today, Gorham thrives on tourism, preserving its rich history in the Gorham Historical Society’s museum, housed in the town’s 1907 train depot.