New Hampshire has a total of 525 lakes covering over 22,000 sq. miles. The largest lake is Lake Winnipesaukee covering 44,424 acres. Below is a list of the most popular lakes along with links to other lakes.
Lake Winnipesaukee - Winnipesaukee is the largest lake in the state at 44,424 acres
Squam Lake - Made famous by the movie "On Golden Pond" staring Henry Fonda is likely the most scenic lake in the state
Newfound Lake - Know as one of the cleanest lakes in the state and the 4th largest
Lake Sunapee - A spring fed lake in the western part of the state that is also know for its clarity
Winnisquam Lake - Located just south of Winnipesaukee, this lake is fed by an outlet from Winnipesaukee
Ossipee Lake - Popular vacation spot south of Conway, NH
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