All roads lead to Newfound Lake...or at least mine did! 
Newfound Lake is a very special place. I have spent many summers on Newfound Lake from the time I was a little boy. I’d like to share that enthusiasm with you. The quality of life you’ll find at Newfound Lake belies its size—there is so much to experience here from the Mooseman Triathlon, fireworks show over the lake on the 4th of July to the snowmobile races on Bristol Bay.  So please check in each week for another reason why I love Newfound Lake and who knows—maybe you’ll fall in love too!


If you’re visiting Newfound Lake check my website for events around the lake... (coming soon).

My parents bought a house on the lake some 40 years ago and since then raised a family of three kids who grew up to be lake rats. Summers of boating, tubing, skiing and swimming in the lake made summer our favorite season here but we have found lots of reasons to be grateful we call Newfound Lake home.  If you’re thinking about moving here, hopefully my personal insights, as well as those of neighbors and friends, will help you decide whether Newfound Lake is a fit. If you’re already lucky enough to call Newfound Lake home, perhaps these “I Am Newfound - in 52 weeks” will remind you of how blessed you really are while helping you discover some gems you may have missed. (the “I Am Newfound - in 52 weeks” will launch soon).  Keep checking back for our launch — I’ll update you weekly giving you 52 Reasons to Love Newfound Lake.


52 Reasons To Love Newfound Lake

- Newfound Kayak Club 
- Barking Brook Sled Dog Adventures, LLC. is located in Bridgewater, NH. They offer dog sled rides by appointment. That would be nice to ride the lake someday...(603) 968-6874
The name of Loon Island is rumored to have come from a resident Wesley Barnard of Hebron. In 1878, while aboard a steam boat Wesley was shooting at a loon in the Hebron Bay. His gun accidentally discharged leaving Wesley with a flesh wound to his left hand. The discharge happened by what is today called “Loon” island.
Cliff Island once known as “Hog Island” most likely receive’s it’s name from the massive granite rock rising from the lake on its northeast side. Cliff Island has the deepest waters of the lake at its base.
Great day for a Mt. Cardigan hike... Fact: In 1855, a devastating fire burned over the summit and removed all the vegetation, including the thin soil.
- Walk/bike path at the southern part of newfound lake.
The best webcam on Newfound Lake
- Taste of Newfound Lake: in July
In May 2011 - Newfound Regional High School was named the best High School in the state for their 2010 school year.
DID YOU KNOW: That the state of New Hampshire lists 959 lakes in it's "Official List of Public Waters." and Newfound Lake is the cleanest one!
Bridgewater was once known as "Cottage City." because of all the rental cottages.
- A 39.5" lake trout (28.8lbs) was caught in Newfound Lake on 4/24/1958 by Albert Staples...largest fish.
Check back for more reasons to love Newfound Lake....

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