Founded in 1829, Waterville Valley's residents and visitors have been drawn to its unique setting in the midst of the White Mountain National Forest.

Located only 2 hours from Boston.

Take I-93 to Exit 28 (Rt. 49) & follow approximately 15 miles.

Welcome to the official website of the

Town of Waterville Valley, New Hampshire.

Waterville Valley, incorporated in 1829, is a year-round resort community located in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest. In spring, summer and fall, Waterville Valley is the place for hiking, fishing, biking, running, golf, tennis, carnivals, community picnics, ski swaps, ice skating, and many more outdoor adventure pursuits.  In winter, the Valley is alive with its abundant ski and snowboard activities on Mt. Tecumseh, snow shoeing, indoor tennis, swimming, hockey, ice skating, and amazing cross country skiing.  To learn more about the history of Waterville Valley and our unique community, click here.

In addition to the Ski Area, Waterville Valley is the proud home of The Waterville Valley Black & Blue Trail Smashers Ski Educational Foundation, Curious George Cottage & The Margret & H.A. Rey Center.

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Tuesday, December 24th ~ Closing at 11 am
Wednesday, December 25th & Wednesday, January 1st ~ CLOSED
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Notice of Meeting Cancellation

The Conservation Commission Meeting

scheduled for April 21 has been cancelled.

The next regularly-scheduled meeting will be held on May 19th, 2014 at 9:00 am.