Lake Winnipesaukee

Explore New Hampshire’s largest lake, Lake Winnipesaukee!

Visitors from across the globe seek Lake Winnipesaukee as a relaxing getaway and the ideal place to own that dream vacation home. Homes ranging from high end luxury estates to homes with access to beaches or docks provide something for every price point. This long coveted tourist destination covers 72 square acres and has 274 islands. With 8 shoreline towns each with their own unique charm and personality. Winnipesaukee is a crystal clear glacial lake surrounded by three large mountain ranges: Ossipee, Sandwich and Belknap Mountains, each offering their own unique trails, views, and activities.

With shoreline spanning 240 miles there are plenty of destinations to visit from downtown waterfront communities, coves to anchor for the day or many choices for waterfront restaurants. Whether fishing, water sports, sailing or general boating is what you desire, Lake Winnipesaukee has it all.

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Lake Statistics

Boating Restrictions: Speed Limit

Acres: 44,568

Shoreline: 240miles

Length: 22.9miles

Approximate Width: 7.5miles

Max Depth: 187ft

Average Depth: 64ft

Bridged Islands: Black Cat, Christmas, Governors, Long, Oak, and Worcester.

10 Largest Islands: Long (1,186 acres), Bear (780 Acres), Cow (522 Acres), Governors (504 Acres), Rattlesnake (368 Acres), Welch (187 Acres), Little Bear (143 Acres), Stonedam (141 Acres), Timber (136 Acres), Sleepers (113 Acres)

Islands Serviced by US Mailboat M/V Sophie C: Bear, Birch, Cow, East Bear, Jolly, Loon, Three Mile, and Sandy

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