Summer on Lake Winnipesaukee

The grand waterway known as Lake Winnipesaukee unites a variety of charming towns along its shores:

Alton Bay was established 275 years ago, and this is truly God’s country… If you like water and nature – make sure you visit and stay awhile. You can board the MS Mount Washington and tour the towns and islands around the lake or boat to your favorite restaurants around the lake.

Gunstock Resort is minutes to the lake with skiing and a relatively new summer draw for Gunstock Mountain is the spectacular and thrilling ziplining. Be careful, this might become your new favorite thing.

Weirs Beach hosts a long, ambling boardwalk and great family attractions like bumper cars, penny arcades and go karts. But water is the big lure here, so there’s no shortage of boat rentals, scenic cruises, beach activities and the Weirs is home to Laconia’s Motorcycle Week activities.

Famous for its yearly arts and craft festival plus in water boat shows, Meredith is nestled amid thick forests and three major bodies of water. If you love beauty and nature, this town is truly a hidden treasure with plenty of shopping and restaurants to explore.

The Rockwellian charm of Wolfeboro has made it a favorite vacation spot of international dignitaries for decades. The romantic atmosphere is rich in colonial history and architecture, preserved in unique destinations like Wolfe’s Tavern, established in 1812, where you can taste over a hundred types of beer. But keep exploring – many surprises and stories await along Wolfeboro’s sublime waterfront.

But that’s true of all the towns along Lake Winnipesaukee. So load up your car – or boat - and get ready for an adventure. Call us and we can help you make NH your home.

Contact the Lady of the Lake Team today! 1-888-737-5550

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