Lake Winnipesaukee Cabins in Tilton New Hampshire

Named by Native Americans, Lake Winnipesaukee has a couple of meanings-“smile of the great spirit” or “beautiful water in a high place.” New Hampshire’s largest lake, which is glacier formed and spring fed, is surrounded by three mountain ranges. It is approximately 25 miles long and 15 miles wide, covering 72 square miles. Winnipesaukee has 283 miles of shoreline and contains more than 240 islands. The inspiring wooded shoreline and crystal clear water make this lake a popular summertime retreat-and a treat for all who visit. In addition, there are many communities dotting the lake. Below are the eight largest.
Alton and Alton Bay. Located tt the southern tip of Lake Winnipesaukee, Alton and Alton Bay features small cottages and motels as well as the old railway station. Once bustling with activity, the station is now the community’s information center.

Center Harbor. This quaint New England village is home to Keepsake Quilting, America’s largest quilt shop. Center Harbor borders Squam Lake, the location for the movie, “On Golden Pond.”

Gilford. Nestled at the bottom of the Belknap Mountain range, Gilford boasts two of the regions largest recreation areas, Ellacoya State Park (sandy beach) and Gunstock Recreation Area (camping area and ski trails).

Laconia. The only city located on Lake Winnipesaukee, Lacnoia features Belknap Mill, a restored, still-functioning mill building. The Mill has become a year round cultural center offering programs in music, lectures and exhibits.  
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Meredith. A classic New England village, Meredith provides a town dock with a lakeside walking area and park decorated with flower pots. It’s also home to the Lakes Region Fine Arts and Crafts Festival.

Moultonboro. With over 60 miles of frontage on Lake Winnipesaukee, Moultonboro is the setting for Castle in the Clouds, a unique estate with astounding views, and the Ossipee Mountains, which provide a scenic backdrop to Moultonboro Bay, a perfect spot for boating, fishing and swimming.

Weirs Beach. An ideal place to spend a day relaxing on the large sandy beach or strolling the boardwalk with its arcades and restaurants, Weirs Beach is also a favorite destination for recreational boaters.

Wolfeboro. Known as the “ Oldest Summer Resort in America,” Wolfeboro offers quaint shops, superb restaurants, must-see museums and a whole host of vacation activities.

For more information, visit www.winnipesaukee.com.  
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Anchorage at the Lake. Experience rustic-style vacation lodging. Embrace a dazzling array of cabin rentals in New Hampshire’s spectacular Lakes Region. Enjoy ample amenities including kitchens areas, public charcoal grill areas, and screened-in porches. Discover unparalleled rustic charm, waterfront views and a wide range of hiking and biking trails. Take advantage of a multitude of unique, nearby attractions like the incredibly beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee where boating and fishing reign supreme.  [Top]
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