The Inn at OxBow Acres, LLC

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Explore the North Country!

Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast, a shopper, or a homebody there is much to enjoy when you book a room at this lovely inn!

There is so much to explore during your stay at The Inn at OxBow Acres in Milan, NH! Our log cabin bed and breakfast is nestled in the scenic Androscoggin Valley. Winter sports are a given. We are surrounded by incredible ski resorts that offer not only winter activities but amazing experiences in the summer and fall as well. The Androscoggin River is uncrowded with people but full of fish and wildlife – perfect to explore on a kayak or canoe. Cross country ski trails are great for equi-trekking and lead you through canopied forests and along gorgeous meadows. Easy or challenging mountain hikes are just a short drive away. Or if you just want to hang out at the inn and experience farm life, we offer that too! Rainy or snowy days can be spent by the fireplace playing puzzles or games and connecting with your favorite people. We hope you’ll take a break from your busy schedule and explore our favorite parts of the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

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Breathtaking Views

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Wouldn’t you love to soar above the timber line and have a bird’s eye view of the landscape? Our ski resorts are within an hour drive of the inn and offer breathtaking adventure in almost any season!

Wildcat, Attitash, Cranmore, and Cannon Mountains are not only fantastic places to ski and snowboard, but have ZipTours, Tramways, Gondolas, and Giant Swings to give you heightened views of our beautiful White Mountains! Soaring over the trees and surveying the Presidential Range will give you a lifetime of memories and lots of photo opportunities!

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Mount Washington Auto Road

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South of the inn on scenic Route 16, the Mt. Washington Auto Road’s unique location in Pinkham Notch provides breathtaking views into the Great Gulf Wilderness and the Presidential Mountain Range. Views on a clear day extend as far as 130 miles and sometimes to the Atlantic Ocean!  Drive yourself or take a guided tour to the spectacular summit. Bring a jacket because this mountain is known for extreme and unpredictable conditions.


Discount passes available through our partnership program. Please present voucher received at the inn:

  • (1) FREE Adult Passenger with a paid “Drive Yourself” toll at the Mt. Washington Auto Road: Valid seven days a week.
  • $5 off Guided Tour Tickets for each passenger: Valid seven days a week. *(Weather permitting, mid-May thru October.)
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Great Glen Trails

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Located at the base of the Mt. Washington Auto Road in Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire, Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center offers a variety of winter activities such as tubing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiiing, and fatbiking. There’s also a snowcoach that will carry visitors to the peak of Mount Washington – breathtaking in winter! As you plan your stay, check their Snow Report for the most up-to-date conditions.


Discount Passes Available Through our Partnership Program.

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Winter Activities: Save 40% of a Learn to Ski Cross Country Ski Lesson.

50% off a tubing reservation

50% off a trail pass for Cross Country Skiing, Fatbiking, or Snowshoeing.

Summer Activities:

Offering biking, bike rentals, kayak trips, walking trails and unique events for families, friends and groups of all ages.

  • FREE use of the Great Glen Trails system for biking, running or walking.
  • 50% Discount on 4-hour bike rental packages at Great Glen Trails
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ATV Adventures

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Ride the Wilds! This is the largest interconnected ATV trail system in the Northeast!

Only in Coos County, New Hampshire can you explore over 1,000 miles of ATV trails! The Inn at OxBow Acres is closest to the SOUTHEAST PORTAL which contains riding areas in the towns of Milan, Berlin, Gorham, Cambridge, and Success.


Jericho Mountain State Park, home of the annual Jericho ATV Festival, is just ten miles south. The Ride the Wilds Corridor trail runs through the Jericho Mountain State Park in Berlin then proceeds north.

Ride the Wilds offers three seasons of ATV riding. Both novice and experienced riders love the diverse terrain of the trail system! You’ll traverse unspoiled mountains and meadows, graveled roads, and wooded trails. See how many miles you can cover in a day, and then relax at the inn before heading out again!

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Winter Fun

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Since 1872, the Nansen Ski Club has been one of the first and oldest continuously operated ski clubs in America. Minutes away from the inn, the trails are groomed by the club and wind through Milan Hill State Park (427 Milan Hill Road, Milan, NH). Various terrains and trail levels offer a frozen wonderland of beauty. Experience the crystalline brilliance of sunlit snow. There’s nothing like it!

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Fish the Androscoggin River

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Bring your fishing pole because the Androscoggin River will hook you in! Liberally stocked with rainbow, brown, and brook trout, this undisturbed waterway will bring you a catch. Stretching from Errol to Berlin the “Andro” is characterized by fast-moving rapids, long riffles, and slow water. Fish directly across Rte. 16 on our OxBow River property, or just down the road at the BoFinger Wildlife Management Area. You might reel in landlocked salmon or smallmouth bass.

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Take your sled from our door to the corridor! Located just off Corridor 19, the Inn at OxBow Acres allows you to hop on the trail straight from the parking lot. This corridor runs up the eastern side of NH all the way to Canada.  If you want to explore the Great North Woods and cover hundreds of miles, there are several shops along Rte. 16 where you can rent a machine. Owners, bring your sleds and ride off after a hot breakfast! Groomed trails, early snow, and favorable conditions combine to make White Mountain winters anticipated and fun!

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Milan Hill State Park

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Since 1939, visitors have enjoyed Milan Hill State Park for its amazing views. Stately mountain ranges in New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont and southern Canada can be observed from the fire tower. The skies put on an amazing display at both sunrise and sunset providing the perfect backdrop for romantic pictures. Milan Hill is a must-see location while you’re here!

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LL Cote is one of our favorite stores. Drive north to Errol on Rte. 16, and you’ll end up in the parking lot! Outdoor apparel, fishing and hunting equipment, country décor, and more are found at “The Mall”. Our amazing dining room table and comfortable chairs came from the store. If your partner would rather be on the trails, and you would rather be with the sales, then LL Cote is for you! It’s just a fun place to explore!


“From apparel to firearms, L.L. Cote has anything outdoor thrill-seekers could ever want. Novice and seasoned bow hunters are welcome to visit our outdoor store – our archery department team is ready to answer your questions.” The country décor store is a combination outlet store and gift shop – perfect for finding a keepsake of your mountain adventure!

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Farm Life

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Escape city life and enjoy country living! Experience farm life at OxBow Acres. The innkeepers welcome questions about the animals antics and the “inns and outs” of country living. Interested in learning about planting, harvesting, or preserving? We don’t have all the answers, but we love to share what we’ve discovered in our continual pursuit of self-sustainability. Warning – this may involve rolling up your sleeves and digging in the dirt!  As Henry David Thoreau said, “Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads.”

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