Fall Foliage Sunset Dinner Cruise
Saturday, October 9th
$79.00 Per person
*TRIP IS SELLING OUT QUICKLY - 3 spots remaining (as of 9/20/21)
Come and join Merrimack Parks & Recreation this fall as we travel to Lake Sunapee (NH) for a special Fall Foliage Sunset Dinner Cruise aboard our own private cruise ship the MV Mt Sunapee II.
As you dine on a delicious buffet dinner, you will learn about the sites and history of Lake Sunapee while enjoying phenomenal sunsets. Whether you are looking for a unique evening out, celebrating something special, or returning to the lake year after year, it’s truly a magnificent experience. We will depart from Merrimack at 4:00 pm and arrive in Sunapee just after 5:00 pm giving you a little time to explore the harbor before the cruise departs at 5:30 pm. The Dinner Cruise is 2 hours long and we should return to Merrimack at approximately 8:30 pm.
The cruise provides for great photo opportunities with amazing sunsets, lighthouses and mountain views. The MV Mount Sunapee II features an open-air top deck and a fully enclosed lower deck – no matter the weather, you can cruise this picturesque lake in comfort. You’ll see the magnificent homes that have sprung up around the lake as well as the historic sights of yester year. A highlight for many are the three historic, and still operating, lighthouses. While cruising the lake you will be afforded a unique viewpoint of our beautiful area, as well as unimpeded views of local mountains Kearsarge and Sunapee.
Dinner includes the following buffet menu:
· Artisan Crackers & Garlic Herb cheese spread
· Hand Carved Roast Beef
· Barbecue Pulled Pork
· Vegetarian Lasagna
· Homemade Macaroni and Cheese
· House Made Baked Beans
· Scalloped Potatoes
· Roasted Native Vegetables
· Extensive Salad Bar
· Freshly Baked Dinner Rolls
· Coffee and soft drinks
· Full Cash Bar Available for Alcoholic Drinks
Price includes Bus Transportation, Dinner Cruise, Meal, tax & gratuity
Trip runs rain or shine and departs from the parking lot at Twin Bridge Park (MYA Building) which is located at 485 Daniel Webster Highway in Merrimack.