Nestled amongst New Hampshire’s mountain range sits the vast Lakes Region. Consisting of beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee, Winnisquam Lake, Squam Lake, and Newfound Lake, there’s no shortage to what you can explore in this lush territory. From the region’s sprawling forests and inviting summer climate, New Hampshire’s lakes have charmed holidaymakers the world over. For centuries, its grace has provided inspiration to famed artists and explorers alike. From hiking and swimming to boating with a Lake Winnipesaukee boat rental, there’s really no end to all the exciting things you can do with friends and family when visiting this beloved region.
With a Boatsetter boat rental, you can explore New Hampshire's largest lake with a rod-in-hand and see all of the wonderful marine life that call this vast lake home. Famed for its Lake Trout of Largemouth bass, there’s really no end to how many fish you can catch in a day. And if you’re the type that just prefers to sit back and relax under the sun, you can always jump aboard a plush and pristine Bennington Pontoon Cruiser and take in the marvelous view from the water.
With a powered pontoon boat, there’s no better way to hit the water and explore the Lakes Region’s cradle of beauty. In fact, an estimated 258 islands surround these beautiful lakes, many of them covering more than a few acres or more in size. You can dock your boat along the shore of the island and enjoy a nice picnic under the sun with family and friends while overlooking the mountains and water that surround the area.
Known as the second biggest lake of the Lakes Region, Squam Lake is a great place for anyone looking to avoid the crowds and take in the natural wonders of New Hampshire’s Lake Region. The best part is you can also rent a paddle board. With a paddle board in hand, you can get some daily exercise and relax above the surface of the water while having some fun and recreation.
Animal lovers will appreciate a stop at the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center. Founded in 1966, this environmental and rescue center has been educating the public about the region’s animals ever since. In fact, this natural preserve has given native orphaned and injured animals a place of safety for over fifty years and is the perfect place to get an up-close look at some of the Lake Region’s most fascinating species. Once you’ve wrapped up your tour of the science center, nearby Kirkwood Gardens offers a wonderful place to see some of the region’s best flora and fauna and all the other natural wonders that make the Lake Region such a special place.