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Ossipee Lake Towns

Ossipee Lake in New HampshireLake Ossipee is the sixth-largest lake in New Hampshire covering 3,257 acres. The lake is a popular vacation destination. Available real estate ranges from small, cozy cottages to buildable land to luxurious cabins and condos. Lake Ossipee is known for being a quiet lake that’s great for fishing and is close to the Conway area. Watch as the kids catch their first fish or bring the family into North Conway for an outing. King Pine, a small family mountain, is located nearby. Memories are just waiting to be made on Lake Ossipee. Check out the links below to browse Lake Ossipee real estate or scroll down to see which town on Lake Ossipee is right for you.

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Towns on Lake Ossipee

  • Effingham: Effingham, NH is located on the southeast portion of Lake Ossipee. The town has the Pine River State Forest, Heath Pond Bog Natural Area, and three mountain peaks called Hanson Top, Welch Top, and Davis Top. All of the natural attractions are stunning, but Heath Pond Bog Natural Area is particularly interesting. It was named a National Natural Landmark in 1977. The bog has vibrant colors for three seasons of the year and is home to multiple species of rare orchids and carnivorous plants. The town itself is a small community of just under 1500 people. Vacation home owners and families bring energy to beautiful Lake Ossipee in the summers. 
  • Freedom: Located on the north side of Lake Ossipee, Freedom, NH is home to resorts, camps, and campgrounds. Jackson Ridge and Cragged Mountain contribute to Freedom’s scenic viewpoints. There’s nothing more rewarding than getting to the top of a climb and looking out over Lake Ossipee. 
  • Ossipee: Located to the west of Lake Ossipee, Ossipee, NH is a small community of 4,394 that grows in the warmer months of the year. The town is rich with history. If you run into a local, be sure to ask how the town got its name! Hint: the lake and the town got their names from a certain tribe of Native Americans.

Contact Nicole Watkins to learn more about the towns on Lake Ossipee and determine which Lake Ossipee town, or other Lakes Region locale, is best for you.

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