Directions and Contact
Coppertoppe is located in central New Hampshire in New England in the United States. It is about two hours north of Boston, Massachusetts. Perched on a ridge of Tenney Mountain, it has stunning views of Newfound Lake and the White Mountains. Plymouth, NH, and Bristol, NH are each about 10 minutes away and have many fine restaurants, attractions, and entertainment venues. Hebron is home to three Audubon preserves, a conservation area with a small boat launch, and a town forest that connects with 1200 acres of conservation land. It is also surrounded by state parks and nature areas. In less than two hours, you can visit the seacoast or Mount Washington. There is truly something for everyone around here.
From Interstate Route I-93 coming from the south, take exit 23 to Route 104 west towards Bristol. Pass through the quaint town center and continue north on Route 3A when 104 turns west at *the only real traffic light in town*. Continue north on 3A for 8.25 miles to North Shore Road on your left. You will see a blue tourism sign for Coppertoppe before North Shore Road. Range Road is the second right off North Shore Road and is a steep, gravel road that merges into our driveway which is almost a half-mile long.
On I-93 coming from the north, take exit 26 onto Route 25 west through the commercial area of Plymouth. In about 4 miles, swoop around the traffic circle (rotary) to head south on Route 3A and continue about five miles (past Tenney Mountain Ski Resort). You will see a blue tourism sign for Coppertoppe before North Shore Road. Turn right onto North Shore Road. Range Road is the second right and is a steep, gravel road that merges into our driveway almost a half-mile long.
From Interstate Route I-91 from the south, you have choices. Either way, it's really only about 75-90 minutes from I-91 to Coppertoppe unless you get behind a logging truck. Exit to Route 89 and get off quickly onto Route 4 East. Meander through quaint villages and landscapes with variable speed limits for what seems like a very long time. You can either take Route 118 north around Cardigan Mountain to Route 25 east/south to that traffic circle in Plymouth as above.
Or from I-91 to Route 89 to Route 4 go to Route 104 into Bristol, the other way around Cardigan Mountain. When you get to that one traffic light in Bristol, turn north on Route 3A and continue for 8.25 miles, as above. You will see a blue tourism sign for Coppertoppe before North Shore Road. Turn onto North Shore Road. Range Road is the second right and is a steep, gravel road that merges into our driveway almost a half-mile long.
On I-91 coming from way north, you can cross the Connecticut River at Fairlee, Vermont, and as Google says: Follow NH-25A E, NH-25 E and NH-3A S to N Shore Rd in Hebron. As above.
With modern map apps, it should be simple. One caution, however, is to never take a shortcut that says "some parts unpaved" unless you've seen it in person. That usually means it's an old logging road that's probably not passable unless you are driving an ATV or a mule. And no, you cannot get to Coppertoppe by going on George Road and coming down Range Road. That's one of those logging roads fit for a goat or a hardy hiker.
If you have any questions or comments, we'd love to hear from you. Our information is below, or you can fill out the form and click. Thanks for considering Coppertoppe for your special getaway or event!
Sheila Oranch and Bill Powers
8 Range Road
Hebron, NH 03241-7230
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