Lakes Region Lakes A-Z
- Baxter Lake
- Newfound Lake
- Bow Lake
- Ossipee Lake
- Great East Lake
- Province Lake
- Halfmoon Lake
- Purity Lake
- Lake Kanasatka
- Sargent Lake
- Lake Waukewan
- Shellcamp Pond
- Lake Wentworth
- Silver Lake
- Lake Wicwas
- Squam Lake
- Lake Winnipesaukee
- Suncook Lakes
- Lake Winona
- Wakondah Pond
- Lovell Lake
- Webster Lake
- Merrymeeting Lake
- Winnisquam Lake
Lakes Region Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Baxter Lake||One of the best-kept secrets of New Hampshire's Lakes region is Baxter Lake. This 302-acre lake offers excellent swimming, boating and fishing to those ...|
Also known as: Bow Lake
New Hampshire's Bow Lake is located about 30 miles south of better-known Lake Winnipesaukee in the state's Lakes Region. Bow Lake has its own special ...
|Great East Lake||Great East Lake is a paradise for anyone who enjoys a relaxing time. With over 1700 acres of water and 12 miles of shoreline, Great East Lake is known ...|
|Halfmoon Lake||Sprawling across the border between the towns of Barnstead and Alton, Halfmoon Lake is a beautiful, quiet lake in New Hampshire's Lakes Region. Halfmoon ...|
Also known as: Long Pond
Lake Kanasatka is a clear, 371-acre freshwater lake set among New Hampshire's towering trees and surrounded by sloping hillsides. The lake was once named ...
|Lake Waukewan||Lake Waukewan is set within the heart of New Hampshire's Lakes Region, where its sparkling 928 acres lure visitors seeking to escape to a small town atmosphere. ...|
|Lake Wentworth||One of the prettiest lakes in New Hampshire's Lakes Region is Lake Wentworth. All too often overlooked as tourists flock to nearby Lake Winnipesaukee, ...|
Also known as: Wickwas Lake
With dozens of beautiful vistas to photograph, Lake Wicwas is nestled among three protected wildlife areas in central New Hampshire. The lake's surface ...
|Lake Winnipesaukee||By far the largest lake in the state, Lake Winnipesaukee covers an incredible 44,586 New Hampshire acres. The lake is the third largest lake in all of ...|
|Lake Winona||If there's one lake in central New Hampshire whose origin is mired in historical heartache, it's Lake Winona. This private 148-acre freshwater lake, once ...|
|Lovell Lake||Surrounded by a plenitude of forest pine, fir, elm, beech, and oak trees, this clear water lake is located in beautiful New Hampshire. Occupying the Lakes ...|
|Merrymeeting Lake||Beautiful Merrymeeting Lake in the town of New Durham, New Hampshire was formed by an impoundment on the Merrymeeting River in 1923. At normal water level, ...|
|Newfound Lake||Comfortably situated in New Hampshire's famous Lakes Region, Newfound Lake is the third-largest lake located entirely within the state's boundaries. It ...|
|Ossipee Lake||Ossipee Lake covers an impressive 3,245 acres in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, making it the sixth-largest lake contained entirely within the state. ...|
|Province Lake||A quick swish and the golf club slices through the air sending the ball down the green along Province Lake. The lake, covering almost a thousand acres, ...|
|Purity Lake||In the late 1800's Edward E. Hoyt moved his family to Purity Lake in the Lakes region of New Hampshire. Hoyt started a sawmill and water bottling company ...|
|Sargent Lake||Nestled in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, Sargent Lake is located east of the town of Belmont. At just over 43 acres, this lake is sure to capture ...|
Also known as: Shellcamp Lake
Shellcamp Pond is located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire in the town of Gilmanton. The town was named after the Gilman family who inhabited the ...
|Silver Lake||Silver Lake is located in eastern New Hampshire's Lakes tourism region, just south of the White Mountain National Forest. The lake spans almost 1,000 ...|
Also known as: Big Squam Lake, Little Squam Lake
Big Squam Lake,the second-largest lake located entirely in New Hampshire, covers almost 6,800 acres in the state's Lakes Region. Dotted with historic ...
Also known as: Lower Suncook Lake, Upper Suncook Lake
The Suncook Lakes are two of the lakes that dot the countryside of the appropriately named Lakes Region of New Hampshire. The region is home to big, ...
|Wakondah Pond||Wakondah Pond is located in the scenic valley of Moultonborough, New Hampshire. The lake has 94 acres of crystal blue waters secluded by nature and wildlife. ...|
|Webster Lake||Webster Lake, a 606-acre lake set in central New Hampshire, tucks itself away from the hubbub of life's daily stresses in a shoreline that is surrounded ...|
Also known as: Lake Winnisqam
Covering 4,238 acres, Winnisquam Lake is New Hampshire's fourth-largest lake located entirely within the state's borders. Located in New Hampshire's "Lakes ...