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Was driving through the area and stopped by the lake to photograph. The water sparkled like blue diamonds, and the autumn colors were peaking. Clean, uncrowded, and the perfect place to listed to the sounds of nature
This lake is THE hidden gem of the New Hampshire lake region....no tourists, crystal clear water and pure
serenity! We went in through Wellington State Park, and it was just chillin' after that.
Don't miss this lake if you are anywhere close by......it is a...More
Beautiful lake for tubing, fishing or pulling up to where the locals anchor their boats and you can get out and stand on the sand bar, float on a raft and just enjoy. There was no cost for taking our boat in. If you are...More
The cleanest and most tranquil lake in New England. Though it is not as marketed as other lakes, that's what makes it so special. With almost no commotion, lots of beachfront and clean, deep water, there is no rival body of water.
Any of the lodging along the lake is pricey if you plan on a day trip the state park is the best place to go to enjoy the lake keep in mind it is a cold water lake but still one of the cleanest in...More
We put in our kayaks at the state park and paddled 3 miles down the lake. This lake is beautifully situated under the mountains. The water is clean and clear and the loons are beautiful. We are seriously thinking of buying a lake house here!
I must confess I never new Newfound Lake was a short jaunt off I-93, but I had seen a TV chronicle feature and thought I have to go check this place out. My son I and I drove there this past weekend and were surprised...More
This is truly a beautiful lake! I much prefer the mountains, but this lake will grow on anyone. The entire volume of water turs over three or four times per year making it very clean. Fortunately for us, we now live onlt ten minutes away!...More
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I would contact the group offering Newfound Lake Eco Tours. The standard tour is about two hours and I believe they need a minimum of four people. They also offer charter tours. You would have to call for details... More
I would contact the group offering Newfound Lake Eco Tours. The standard tour is about two hours and I believe they need a minimum of four people. They also offer charter tours. You would have to call for details. This system will not permit a link, so I can't be of more help.
I believe you have the wrong attractions. You may be attempting to reach these inns and B&Bs:
Inn on Newfound Lake
Newfound Bed & Breakfast
Sculptured Rocks Inn