Great North Woods Lakes / Reservoirs
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All Great North Woods lakes A-Z
|Lake name||Lake description|
|First Connecticut Lake
New Hampshire’s Connecticut Lakes, located in the state’s Great North Woods region, are comprised of four lakes: First Connecticut Lake, Second Connecticut Lake, Third Connecticut Lake, and Fourth Connecticut Lake. First Connecticut Lake is the largest and Fourth Connecticut Lake is the smallest of…
A clear summer day finds many visitors and locals enjoying the weather at Forest Lake, where a 200-foot white beach is covered with sunning families and sandy towels. From the nearby dock, children take flying leaps into this shimmering 196-acre lake. Surrounded by mountains covered in snow for skii…
|Mirror Lake NH
Slowly the moose wades through the grasses at the edge of Mirror Lake, tipping his huge head down to drink. On the opposite shore a kayaker glides into the spring fed lake, sharing the water with a pair of loons. The mist is rising from the surface of the water, and the sun is just beginning to glow…
(Also known as Rangeley Lakes)
Umbagog Lake straddles about 11 miles of the Maine-New Hampshire border. This 7,850-acre lake lies partly in the Rangeley Lakes region of western Maine and partly in the Great North Woods region of northern New Hampshire. Umbagog, pronounced um-BAY-gog, is said to derive from the Abenaki (Native Ame…