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Squam Lake New Hampshire Real Estate, Waterfront and Waterfront Access Properties

Squam Lake is one of the most beautiful and serene lakes in the country. The 2nd largest lake in New Hampshire was the filming site of the 1981 Academy Award Winning movie On Golden Pond. There are numerous coves and islands around Squam Lake and it is the perfect place for paddleboarding.

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The Squam Lakes are known as some of the most peaceful and pristine in the country. The fog rises from the water early in the morning, loons fill the air with their haunting call.

- Conde Nast Magazine

Squam Lakes, located 40 miles north of Concord, are natural, spring-fed bodies of water consisting of a small and large lake connected by a channel. The Squam Lakes are not only rich in natural beauty but history as well. Squam Lakes’ earliest inhabitants were from the Abenaki Nation of the Algonguin Federation of Indians.

Originally, they referred to Squam as Keeseenunknipee, which meant “the goose lake in the highlands”. The white settlers that followed shortened the name to Casumpa, Kusumpy and/or Kesumpe around 1779. In the early 1800’s, the lake was given another Abenaki name, Asquam, which means water. Finally, in the early 1900’s, Asquam was shortened to its present version, Squam.

Though the lakes’ name has seen many changes, the Squam Lakes area has seen relatively few. Despite being located only a couple of hours from major metropolitan areas, Squam has managed to maintain its pristine and undeveloped landscape.

The lack of transportation to the Squam Lakes at the turn of the century helped the area to stay relatively undeveloped. With the railroad stopping in Ashland, commercial activity remained limited directly around the lakes. Today, the interstate highway brings visitors into Ashland, where the center of commerce exists for the Squam Lakes area. Holding onto the history of the area, many camps on the lakes date back a century and discretely line the lush shoreline. Families have been coming for vacations for generations and many make the lakes their year round residence upon retirement.

While the islands on the lakes are part of its unique landscape, the coves are quiet and a perfect haven for nesting loons and other wildlife.

Squam Lakes’ magnificence is matched only by the warmth and charm of the communities that surround it. The people who call Squam home year-round or once a year, are drawn to Squam Lakes not only for its physical beauty, but because it is a unique community committed to protecting a special place. The unique blend of small town values and distinct cultural opportunities make this an exceptional place to visit or live.

The unspoiled beauty of Squam Lakes is what continues to bring visitors here today. Once they are here, the region hosts a variety of activities for all seasons including hiking, camping, swimming, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, golf, tennis, and mountain biking.

On the lake, natural and stocked fish include trout, bass, and salmon. For the less sports minded, there are a variety of wonderful restaurants and interesting shops in the area for visitors to experience. Whether your preference is a quaint inn, waterfront cottage, campground or cozy motel, the Squam Lakes area boasts a variety of unique lodging opportunities.

Most of New Hampshire's major attractions are less than an hour away making the Squam Lakes area an ideal location for day trips. The Squam Lakes region is home to the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, which features four self-guided trails including the Gephart Trail with native New Hampshire wildlife in natural woodland enclosures. If you want to get onto the Squam Lakes and you don’t have your own vessel, tour boat companies offer guided tours of the lakes. Scenes from On Golden Pond including the location of the famous back flip by Jane Fonda into the lake or Audrey Hepburn running into the marina, are recognizable sites on the tours. In the spring, the annual ritual of tapping maple trees and boiling the sap into dark maple syrup abounds, while the fall sees Squam Lakes wrapped in the incredible colors of the New England foliage.

It is not by accident that the Squam Lakes area is in pristine condition, but due to the unique efforts of dedicated organizations and individuals, who believe that preserving the watershed is essential for the public’s enjoyment of this beautiful area. The natural beauty of the Squam Lakes area continues to bring visitors back year after year.

Squam Lake (SKWAWM), irregularly shaped lake, central N.H., in Carroll, Gradton, and Belknap cos., 14 mi/23 km NNW of Laconia; c.7 mi/11.3 km long. In resort area; Squam Brook drains SW through Little Squam L. into Pemigewasset R. Town of Holderness at W end. Location of movie On Golden Pond. Also known as Asquam L.

Coldwater Species

  • Brook Trout
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brown Trout
  • Landlocked Salmon
  • Lake Trout
  • Whitefish

Warmwater Species

  • Smallmouth Bass
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Pickerel
  • Horned Pout
  • White Perch
  • Northern Pike
  • Walleye
  • Black Crappie
  • Bluegill
  • Yellow Perch
78/107 Portage Pass, Moultonborough, NH 03254

Price$9,500,000The price has recently decreased

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MLS Number 4604271

  • Residential Single Family
  • Listing Agent Name Kristin Claire
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Bathroom 4
  • Construction Existing

Nestled into Bean Cove, in Moultonborough with 24.94+/- acres and 500' of frontage on the southeastern shores of Squam Lake, this property has all of the elements of the classic great camp; unspoiled scenery, privacy and a rugged design that celebrates nature and a remarkable heritage of regional craft and building tradition. Completed in 2006, the house is built of stone and hand-peeled pine and includes 5 bedroom suites, 7 stone fireplaces, a large screened porch with doors that open to the central living space, Great Room, a second floor game room and a lower level gym and theater. Sandy shoreline features include a large, walk-in beach, new 1-bay boathouse and a one room cottage with fireplace and deck built over the lake. Abuts conserved land.

Listed by Kristin Claire of LandVest, Inc./New Hampshire

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Wolfeboro NH, 03894
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237 Harvard Camp, Moultonborough, NH 03254

Price$1,800,000The price has recently decreased

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MLS Number 4663688

  • Residential Single Family
  • Listing Agent Name Lisa Merrill
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 2
  • Construction Existing

Incredible views from this desirable Squam Lake location on Harvard Point. This newer construction 2 bedroom home with gorgeous view lines, fireplace, hardwood floors offers buyers the true feeling of living On Golden Pond. This one is magical!

Listed by Lisa Merrill of Maxfield Real Estate/Center Harbor

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22 South Main St.
Wolfeboro NH, 03894
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300 Center Harbor Neck Road, Center Harbor, NH 03226

Price$476,000The price has recently decreased

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MLS Number 4695967

  • Residential Single Family
  • Listing Agent Name Jim Miller
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 3
  • Construction Existing

Center Harbor, NH- This home comes with deeded rights and membership in the Sturtevant Cove Association on Sturtevant Bay of Squam Lake. The association owns a private beach and 735 feet of frontage on Squam with a day dock, kayak racks, a gazebo and limited boat slips and moorings on a seniority basis. The home is in a very private setting on 2.26 acres with its own path to the association property. There is a first floor master bedroom with a full bath and two more bedrooms on the second floor. There is a great walk-out basement with lots of daylight. An oversized 2-car garage with a large storage area above is a bonus.

Listed by Jim Miller of RE/MAX Bayside

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Wolfeboro NH, 03894
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26 Horizon Way, Moultonborough, NH 03254

Price$349,000The price has recently decreased

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MLS Number 4695766

  • Residential Single Family
  • Listing Agent Name Jerrod Mitchell
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 2
  • Construction Existing

Shared Private Access to Big Squam Lake! Cape style home with character is perfect for a primary or secondary home in the heart of the Lakes Region. Large level lot over 6 acres in size with manicured lawns, rustic stone walls and select plantings. Well maintained with first floor master. Deeded Shared Private Access to Big Squam Lake through the Sturtevant Cove Association is less than a mile down the road. Access boasts a sandy beach, gazebo, day dock, kayak racks and parking. Docks & moorings available over time. Fantastic and unique opportunity in a prime location don't miss your chance to visit this special location. Nature Lover's Paradise!

Listed by Jerrod Mitchell of Peabody and Smith Realty/Holderness

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Wolfeboro NH, 03894
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