Not that we want toot our own horns, but well, we do! We couldn’t do it without our wonderful guests and our dedicated staff! Thank you!
We still got a few prime cottages available for the July 4th holiday week. Fireworks will be at 12:01AM on July 4th – the first in the state on the holiday. It’s a great time for fun, sun and Weirs Beach activities!
Here’s a little ditty to whet your appetite! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blidPbuHPTY
Yeah! Looks like we’ll be having some fireworks shows again this summer! Scheduled are the July 3rd midnight show, July 26th, August 9th and Labor Day weekend! If we are able to raise more funds then more shows will be added… Want to help out? Look for Fireworks donation boxes that will pop up at local restaurants and shops!
Time to book your summer cottage at the Lake! Summer is just around the corner – I know, there’s still snow on the ground… but – that’s why you need to focus on Summer! and your vacation in Weirs Beach! Sun, fun, relaxing by the pool, tanning at the beach, boating, fishing, kayaking – all the activities you want to do! Book today to get the cottage that you want!
More shows will be announced and you can also keep updated at the Meadowbrook site: www.meadowbrook.net
The New Hampshire Lakes Association wants to put Weirs Beach in the Guinness Book of World Records come September when the association hosts ”Hands Across the Water”, an event at which it hopes to see more than 2,000 canoes and kayaks assemble and paddle together to form the world’s largest raft. The event is scheduled for Saturday, September 7, 2013. The canoes and kayaks will be launched from a number of shoreline access points, public and private, roughly between Awka Marina to the west and Pendleton Beach to the east. Once all of the boats are assembled the 3,000 to 4,000 participants will raise their paddles, and then join hands and raft together for at least 30 seconds.The rafting event will be followed by an on-land celebration featuring music, food and booths with information on lake ecology which would be set up at Endicott Park at Weirs Beach and would draw between 1,000 and 2,000 people. Proceeds from the event will benefit the association’s efforts to combat invasive species, something that the organization, which administers the statewide Lake Host program, which coordinates the voluntary inspection of boats in lakes all over the state for invasive aquatic species, is very familiar with. Join in the fun and help a worthy cause!
Great new event will take place June 1 and 2 at Gunstock! The Tough Mudder is coming! Touted as the “toughest event on the planet,” the Tough Mudder event is a hardcore 10-12 mile obstacle course designed by British Special Forces to test your all around strength, stamina, mental grit, and camaraderie with funds going to the Wounded Warrior Project. The event is expected to bring 10,000 people to the area. So if you are looking for lodging – we are just 10 minutes from Gunstock. Mudders Unite! Contact us today!
You will always find a bit of nostalgia in Weirs Beach!