Blog :: 03-2019

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NH Lakes Mooring Rules: 

NH Lakes Mooring Rules: 

If you have a home or shared access property on Winnipesaukee, Squam, Winnisquam, Ossipee, Newfound, Sunapee and just added to the list are Bow Lake and Pleasant Lake in Deerfield / Northwood.  On these lakes you can’t just go out a drop a mooring. You need to get a permit from the NH Department of Safety who regulates the mooring on the lakes and ocean. The below link takes you to frequently asked questions that will help you get your permit for a mooring.  

The easiest location to find out NH moorings laws is to visit https://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/nhsp/fob/marine-patrol/moorings/faq.htmlNH Lake Homes - Mooring Rules

If you are looking for a lake home or condo visit our website. www.nhlakesrealty.com and we will gladly help you in your search.  Our service area includes Ossipee to Sunapee areas including the entire Lakes Region.  

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Crystal Lake Enfield NH lake information

Lakefront Monday highlights different lakes in New Hampshire. This page is sponsored by Lady of the Lake Realty in Meredith NH. If you want information on a lake e-mail us for lake profile.

There are several lakes called Crystal Lake. This wonderful lake in Enfield is not well known. The lake is a 401-acre water body located in Grafton County just off Interstate 89. Crystal Lake is part of the Mascoma River watershed. The lake contains one small island: Oliver Island.  The water is crystal clear with a rocky to sandy bottom. The lake is oligotrophic ( best water rating ) with a maximum depth of 50 feet. Motor-boating is allowed. Just to the north is Hanover home to Dartmouth College and Sunapee Ski Area is about 35 minutes south.  If you are looking for a lake surrounded by woods yet close to the best NH has to offer Crystal Lake is a great choice. NH Lake Homes on Crystal Lake in Enfield NH

You can view available lake listings on our website. www.nhlakesrealty.com 

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Lake Waukewan is a 928-acres located in the Lakes Region

Lakefront Monday highlights different lakes in New Hampshire. This page is sponsored by Lady of the Lake Realty in Meredith NH. If you want information on a lake e-mail us for lake profile. We will try and have a different lake every week. 

Lake Waukewan is a 928-acre lake located in Belknap County in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire. The towns surrounding are Meredith, New Hampton and a slice of Center Harbor.  The lake has an average depth of 22 feet with a maximum of 70 feet. The water is crystal clear and the lake is oligotrophic ( best water rating ). Water flows into Waukewan from the Snake River a wonderful kayaking adventure and flows out at Mills Falls in Meredith. This cold water lake is well know for rainbow trout fishing and smallmouth bass.  Motor-boating is allowed but jet skis are banned. The boat launch is on Waukewan St. The lake is the reservoir for Meredith but all water sports are allowed including swimming. This lake is ideally located minutes to downtown Meredith and 7 miles from exit 23 on 93. Major ski areas are 35 minutes away and shopping is minutes away. Most people don’t even know this wonderful lake exists.

You can view available lake listings on our website.  www.nhlakesrealty.com Lake Waukewan Log Home

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Lake Kanasatka

Lakefront Monday highlights different lakes in New Hampshire. This page is sponsored by Lady of the Lake Realty in Meredith NH. If you want information on a lake e-mail us for lake profile. We will try and have a different lake every week. 

Lake Kanasatka is located in Moultonborough just off Route 25 in Carroll County aka the Lakes Region. Early maps refer to this pristine lake as Long Pond, presumably because of its long and narrow shape. The lake is located one-half mile north of and nine vertical feet higher than Lake Winnipesaukee.  The lake is 358 acres with an average depth of 18 feet and a maximum depth of 40 feet. The water is crystal clear and the lake is oligotrophic ( best water rating ). Motorboating is allowed but jet skis are banned. It is a warm water lake with some great bass fishing. Major ski areas are a 50-minute ride while shopping is minutes away. My personal favorite hike is the Red Hills to the fire tower located minutes from the lake. Excellent views north to Squam and south to Winnipesaukee. Add this lake to your dream home list.  

You can view available lake listings on our website. 

Call Lady or the Lake Realty at 1-888-737-5550 or e-maii at info@nhlakesrealty.com or text 603-566-6608