The advantages of New Hampshire relative to other states due to its geography and natural environment.
New Hampshire is a state with breathtaking beauty and scenery - the ocean, lakes, mountains, forests, rivers, picturesque New England towns, covered bridges, and historical homes.
Mount Monadnock in Jaffrey is the 3rd most-hiked mountain in the world.
New Hampshire is home to the tallest mountain in the Northeast, Mount Washington, affording 100-mile views of three states and Canada.
New Hampshire's location allows the FSP to target the libertarian population living among the 13 million people in the other five New England states.
New Hampshire enjoys all four seasons. Fall foliage attracts tourists from all over; in winter, snow-related recreational activities are popular; spring brings blooming wildflowers and greenery galore; and in the summer, outdoor festivals abound.
With its deep-water port on the Atlantic Ocean, New Hampshire has access to worldwide trade markets.
New Hampshire is a great place for hikers, boasting 48 mountains with peaks higher than 4,000 feet, access to the Appalachian Trail, and numerous trails of various distances and difficulties throughout the state. This includes the most-hiked mountain in the Western Hemisphere - Mount Monadnock - and the tallest mountain in the Northeast - Mt. Washington - affording 100-mile views of three states and Canada.
New Hampshire offers outdoor activities throughout the year, including biking, bird watching, boating, camping, climbing, fishing, golfing, going to the beach, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, skate boarding, skiing, and snowmobiling.
New Hampshire is considered at very low risk for hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, and forest fires.
New Hampshire offers abundant water resources. The potential for water shortages in NH is insignificant.