Berlin is the industrial center of northern New Hampshire, often referred to as "the city that trees built".
Berlin offers all the conveniences of a larger city. Historic buildings such as The Princess Theatre line the streets of the downtown area. Berlin Regional Airport boasts the longest runway in Coos County and sits just north of the city in the town of Milan. The airport is equipped to handle many different categories of aircraft including large corporate jets. Berlin is close to the tourist activities of the Great North Woods and the White Mountain National Forest. By taking a short scenic drive south to Conway, fabulous outlet shopping opportunities may be found. An automated Weather Observation System and Hazardous In-flight Weather Advisory Service are located on the field to provide weather information.
Other Interesting Area Information:
- Berlin Regional Airport has significant space available for future development.
- With rich industrial culture, Berlin has a highly skilled workforce.
- The Berlin Fish Hatchery, one of six state fish hatcheries is located nearby. Here trout and salmon are raised to stock streams and lakes throughout the state.
- Hiking, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing are popular outdoor activities in the area.
- Downtown Berlin is a walking tour of early turn-of-the-century architecture. Many shops and buildings were constructed early in the 20th century and remain true to their original designs.
- Berlin Regional Airport Web site
- Additional airport information (AirNav)
- Airport 5010 Forms-Type BML in the Location Identifier