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Lake Winnipesaukee New Hampshire

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Lake Winnipesaukee N H Statistics An outdoorsman's paradise with activities of
  • 178 miles of Shore line
  • Another 100 miles of island shores
  • 244 islands
  • 25 miles across from the longest point,
  • 1.5 to 15 miles to it's widest point
  • Area 72 Square miles.
  • Maximum debt 180 ft.
  • average debt is 42 ft.
  • fishing
  • boating
  • diving
  • swimming
  • and in the winter some of the countries best
  • snowmobiling
  • Ice fishing

Fish in Lake Winnipesaukee:
Salmon, Rainbow trout, Brook trout, Lake trout, Small/Largemouth Bass, Pickerel, Yellow/White Perch, Hornpout, Cusk, Smelt, Bluegill, and Whitefish.

Lake Winnipesaukee townshipsAlton, Center Harbor,Gilford, Laconia home of Weirs Beach Meredith Moultonborough, Tuftonboro,and Wolfeboro,


There are 1 Homes Condos & Land for sale on Lake Winnipesaukee with OWNED waterfrontage.
Town Type Price Water Frontage Body of Water Beds | Baths
Wolfeboro NH   land 1,995,000   1518 feet Luxury Waterfront on Lake Winnipesaukee Acres 51.5
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Jason E. Starr (Broker) (603)393-7227
85 Curtis Rd Gilford NH 03249
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