Planning a vacation to NH and looking for NH Lakes? Find your NH Lakes in NH right here.
The Lakes Region of NH offers some of the cleanest and finest waters in the world. From Lake Winnipesaukee, NH’s signature lake to many of the smaller lakes that are located in every county of this wonderful attraction field state.,
Some of the finest hotels and timeshare resorts in New England are located right here in NH. Listed on NH Lakes are the many lakes you may come into contact with while searching for that favorite fishing hole, or boat ramp to unload. Swimming in NH can be found not only in lakes and ponds but also in some of the many streams and rivers throughout the state.
With the unlimited choices, deep and not so deep lakes, you can enjoy endless hours and days discovering NH Lakes and the towns they are located in.
Water skiing swimming, boating, Canoe, Kayaking or diving for wrecks of times past, you will find the perfect lake in New Hampshire.
Eventually, we’ll dive into each lake posted here for individual lake information.
NH Lakes LIST – Lake | Town Located | Area |
Kamman, N. C., & Engstrom, D. R. (2002). Historical and present fluxes of mercury to Vermont and New Hampshire lakes inferred from 210Pb dated sediment cores. Atmospheric Environment, 36(10), 1599-1609.
Stevenson, R. J., Singer, R., Roberts, D. A., & Boylen, C. W. (1985). Patterns of epipelic algal abundance with depth, trophic status, and acidity in poorly buffered New Hampshire lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 42(9), 1501-1512.
Kramer, J. R., Andren, A. W., Smith, R. A., Johnson, A. H., Alexander, R. B., & Oehlert, G. (1986). Streams and lakes. Acid Deposition: Long-Term Trends, 231-299.
Kamman, N. C., Lorey, P. M., Driscoll, C. T., Estabrook, R., Major, A., Pientka, B., & Glassford, E. D. (2004). Assessment of mercury in waters, sediments, and biota of New Hampshire and Vermont lakes, USA, sampled using a geographically randomized design. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 23(5), 1172-1186.
Gruendling, G. K., & Mathieson, A. C. (1969). Phytoplankton Populations concerning Tropic Levels of Lakes in New Hampshire.
Dingman, L. S., & Johnson, A. H. (1971). Pollution potential of some New Hampshire lakes. Water Resources Research, 7(5), 1208-1215.
Collins III, L. W., & Likens, G. E. (1969). The effect of altitude on the distribution of aquatic plants in some lakes of New Hampshire, USA: With 10 figures and 3 tables in the text. Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie: Verhandlungen, 17(1), 154-172.
Schloss, A. L., Spencer, S., Schloss, J. A., Haney, J., Bradt, S., & Nowak, J. (2002, June). Using Landsat TM data to aid the assessment of long-term trends in lake water quality in New Hampshire lakes. In IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (Vol. 5, pp. 3095-3097). IEEE.
Gibbs, J. P., Halstead, J. M., Boyle, K. J., & Huang, J. C. (2002). Anhedonic analysis of the effects of lake water clarity on New Hampshire lakefront properties. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 31(1), 39-46.
Downing, J. A., Prairie, Y. T., Cole, J. J., Duarte, C. M., Tranvik, L. J., Striegl, R. G., … & Middelburg, J. J. (2006). The global abundance and size distribution of lakes, ponds, and impoundments. Limnology and Oceanography, 51(5), 2388-2397.
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