Newport's 1997 Main Street project included installing vintage lighting and landscaping. (David Jescavage, photo)
Newport's ski jump complex contains 10, 20 & 30 meter jumps. The 30 meter tower moved here from Lake Placid, NY, in 1976 has yielded champions at the national and international level. (Joyce Witcovic, photo)
Rainbow over the Newport Opera House and Historic Town Hall.
One of Newport's remaining covered wood truss bridges.(Michael Dixon, photo)
Gilman Pond has been the Town of Newports' water supply since 1894. This beautiful lake is protected by a watershed protection program.
Newport's bandstand looks out and frames our town common, one of the largest commons in the state of New Hampshire.
(David Jescavage, photo)
For the better part of the last 100 years, Newport has flooded its town common in the winter for safe recreational ice skating.
(Matt Bonaccorsi, photo)
A dog sled team rounds the turn near the Corbin Covered Bridge in North Newport. (Louis Thompson, photo)
A timeless photo at a favorite fishing spot along scenic Corbin Road. (Louis Thompson, photo)
The beauty of nature enhances our landscape during the winter season. (Larry Whitney, photo)
John H. Cain Golf Club features an 18 hole golf course on 61 acres for use by Newport citizens and visitors. (Vern Violette, photo)
Hot air balloons head up over Newport's airport runway at Parlin Field at the 1997 Covered Bridge and Balloon Festival. (Sharon Christie, photo)
One of Newport's two wood truss Railroad Covered Bridges, of only eight remaining in the country, is part of the NH Rails to Trails Recreation paths. (Carol Harootian, photo)
Partial Newport Common looking at the bandstand. (photo by Jacob Britt)
A view of Newport from the Pinnacle. (Don Cook, photo)