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About Newfound Lake

Newfound Lake is located in Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA, within the towns of  Bridgewater, Bristol, Alexandria, and Hebron. The lake is located in a section of New Hampshire known as the Lakes Region. At 4,451 acres, it is the third-largest lake located entirely in New Hampshire. The lakes water is refreshed twice-over annually by underground springs. The lake is about 2½ miles wide and 6 miles (9.7 km) long and has a maximum depth of 183 feet (56 m). Major tributaries include the Fowler River and the Cockermouth River. Its outlet is the Newfound River, flowing into the Pemigewasset River.

Wellington State Park, containing a large public beach and boat ramp, is located on the lakes west shore in the town of Bristol.

The Lakes Region of New Hampshire is the mid-state region surrounding Lake Winnipesaukee, Winnisquam Lake, Squam Lake, and Newfound Lake.

The area is a popular tourist destination in the summer time, with the activity peaking during the annual Motorcycle Week and races at Loudons New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Search & Book a Newfound Lake Rental today!

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            Old Mill Properties formerly Country Lakes Management  507 Lake Street Bristol, New Hampshire 03222       Local Phone: 603-744-8526

Newfound Lake is located in Grafton County, New Hampshire, USA, within the towns of Bridgewater, Bristol, Alexandria, and Hebron. The lake is located in a section of New Hampshire known as the Lakes Region. At 4,451 acres, it is the third-largest lake located entirely in New Hampshire. The lake's water is refreshed twice-over annually by underground springs.

The lake is about 2½ miles wide and 6 miles (9.7 km) long and has a maximum depth of 183 feet (56 m). Major tributaries include the Fowler River and the Cockermouth River. Its outlet is the Newfound River, flowing into the Pemigewasset River.