- For other places with the same name, see Laconia (disambiguation).
Laconia is a city in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. It includes the villages of Lakeport and Weirs Beach.
- Funspot, 579 Endicott St N, ☎ +1 603 366-4377, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Featuring the largest arcade in the state, outdoor mini-golf, an indoor golf dome, adult Bingo, bowling, and more, Funspot seems to have an appropriate name. It is also home to the Largest Arcade in the World as recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records and the American Classic Arcade Museum.
- Gunstock Mountain Resort, 719 Cherry Valley Road, Gilford, NH, ☎ +1 603 293-4341. While Laconia receives most of its tourism in the summer months, there are things to do in the winter, as well. One example is Gunstock. Gunstock describes itself as a "Four Season Resort," but their primary offering is its 1400ft mountain, which is the second highest in the Belknap region, and completely ski, snowboard, and tube friendly. Gunstock offers a variety of trails with difficulties ranging from "Beginner" to "Expert," a fully stocked ski shop with rentals for those without their own equipment, and a lodge with several restaurants.
- Laconia Motorcycle Week, Weirs Blvd. Although Weirs Beach is always busy during the summer, for one week, every year, "busy" is an understatement. Based around Father's Day weekend, "Bike Week" is the biggest event of the year in Laconia and attracts tens of thousands of bikers consistently. Bike Week is located at Weirs Beach, and attracts so many bikers and curious visitors that traffic in and immediately around Weirs Boulevard is completely closed off for the week. To attend, it's necessary to park in one of many makeshift parking lots and trek over to Weirs Beach, or preferably, ride a bike.
- Weirs Beach, Weirs Blvd. In the summer months in Laconia, there is no dispute over where to find the most tourists. It is Weirs Beach. "The Weirs" consists of a boardwalk, which is about a half mile in length, a half dozen arcades, a pizza place, an ice cream parlor, an ample selection of souvenir shops, and of course, a beach.
- Weirs Drive-In Theater, 76 Endicotte St N, ☎ +1 603 366-4723, e-mail: email@example.com. Right next door to Weirs Beach Water Slide is the Weirs Drive-In Theater. While not particularly big, this drive-in always has the latest movies.
- Weirs Beach Go-Kart Track, 582 Endicotte St N, ☎ +1 603 366-4177. Su-Th 10AM-10PM, Fr-Sa 10AM-11PM. Visitors in Laconia looking for a bit of speed may want to check out the Weirs Beach Go-Kart Track. People of all ages are welcome to ride on this quarter mile track. One seat and two seat go-karts are available. Group rates are available for those with 15 or more in their party. Ice cream and pizza is also sold here. $5.50 per ride.
- Weirs Beach Water Slide, 74 Endicotte St N, ☎ +1 603 366-5161. Su-Fr 9AM-11PM, Sa 9AM-midnight. Located right down the street from Weirs Beach, this water park offers an activity for the hot summer days. Although the main attraction is the water park, there is also a mini-golf course with a volcano theme available.
- Tanger Outlets, 120 Laconia Rd, ☎ +1 603 286-7880. Mo-Sa 10AM-9PM, Su 10AM-6PM. For enthusiastic shoppers heading to Laconia, the Tanger Outlets may be worth exploring. Tanger Outlets is composed of over thirty stores and also offers a handful of places to eat. Shopping ranges from clothes, to specialty merchandise, to housewares items, with other categories in between.
- Lake Opechee Inn and Spa, 62 Doris Ray Ct, ☎ +1 603 524-0111. Laconia's most reputable Inn. Thirty four guest rooms, all including fireplace, two-person whirlpool bath. Many offer balcony with lake view. Pet friendly.
- The Landmark Inn, 480 Main St, ☎ +1 603 524-8000. Not particularly large (total of 104 rooms), but features single and double rooms, color TV, climate control, and free wireless internet.
- The Margate on Winnipesauke, 76 Lake St, ☎ +1 603 524-5210.
- Misty Harbor Resort, 118 Weirs Rd, ☎ +1 603 293-4500.