Ready to make priceless family memories? Check out Lake Winnisquam properties. Located entirely within New Hampshire, Lake Winnisquam is the fourth-largest lake in the state at 4,264 acres. Take out your boat and go explore one of the lake’s five islands: Loon Island, Three Islands, Pot Island, Hog Island, or Mohawk Island. Grab your fishing pole on the way because you’re likely to catch something, seeing how several species of both cold and warm water fish live in the lake. The lake provides recreation and relaxation, while the surrounding towns offer the same tranquility but also offer a variety of things to do. NASCAR fans will be familiar with “Magic Mile”, formally known as New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Outdoor concerts at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion feel like a festival you can tailgate at. Ziplining over the NH mountains, shopping at the Tanger Outlets, and relaxing at one of the many craft breweries are fun activities in the Lake Winnisquam area. Lake Winnisquam is located by Interstate 93, so it’s commutable from Concord, NH, the NH seacoast, and even Boston. Check out the links below to browse Lake Winnisquam real estate or scroll down to see which town on Lake Winnisquam is right for you.
Contact Nicole Watkins if you’re interested in buying or selling your Lake Winnisquam property and would like to know more about what to expect.
Towns on Lake Winnisquam
- Belmont: Located on the southeast portion of Lake Winnisquam, Belmont will keep you entertained with Lake Winnisquam Scenic Trails and Lakes Region Casino.
- Gilford: Gilford is on the northeast section of Lake Winnisquam and also borders Lake Winnipesaukee. Gildford is known for being scenic, due to its proximity to many mountains, protected land, trails, and parks. The Bank of NH Pavilion is located here, hosting many outdoor summer concerts.
- Laconia: Laconia is on the northeastern shore of Lake Winnisquam. Ahern State Park is located in Laconia. The park is great for kids due to its park along the shores of Lake Winnisquam with a sandy beach & trails through woodlands.
- Meredith: Meredith is on the northwest side of Lake Winnisquam and is another town that borders Lake Winnipesaukee. Meredith is home to Leavitt Park and Beach, as well as a winery.
- Sanbornton: Sanbornton is on the west side of Lake Winnisquam. Hersey Mountain is here, so grab your hiking boots if you’re making your way through!
- Tilton: Tilton is located on the southwest side of Lake Winnisquam. There’s a lot going on in this town. It’s home to Walmart, comfortable hotels, and the Tanger Shopping Outlets.
Contact Nicole Watkins to learn more about the towns on Lake Winnisquam and determine which Lake Winnisquam town, or other Lakes Region locale, is best for you.