Wakondah Pond, New Hampshire, USA
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Topics we cover in this article:
- All About Wakondah Pond
- Things to Do
- Fish Species
- Where to Stay
- Vacation Planning Tools
- Wakondah Pond Map
- Statistics / Weather / Helpful Links
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All About Wakondah Pond
Wakondah Pond is located in the scenic valley of Moultonborough, New Hampshire. The lake has 94 acres of crystal blue waters secluded by nature and wildlife. Whether you seek peace and quiet or year-round outdoor adventure, Wakondah Pond delivers.
With a maximum depth of 40 feet and a mean depth of 14 feet, Wakondah Pond is home to a variety of fish species. Anglers reel in sunfish, brown trout, rainbow trout, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, chain pickerel, yellow perch, white perch, and brown bullhead. Gasoline engines are prohibited, but boats with electric motors or no motors are always welcome.
Anglers share the lake’s smooth surface with kayakers and canoeists exploring the lake’s shoreline for wildlife. Swimming at the community beach provides hours of rest and relaxation on hot summer days. Take some time during evenings under the stars to listen to the haunting call of the loons. The winter months provide spectacular scenery, and snowshoeing trails just waiting to be explored. After a day in the snow, enjoy a quiet night snuggled around a fire with a book.
Wakondah Pond is nestled between two of New Hampshire’s well-known lakes, Squam Lake to the west and Lake Winnipesaukee, the largest lake in New Hampshire, to the southeast. Tributaries in the north run through Wakondah Pond and connect it to its southern neighbor, Lake Kanasatka. So, when you desire a change of pace from the tranquility of Wakondah Pond for adrenaline-pumping activities, these three nearby lakes provide plenty of opportunity for motor boating, water skiing, wakeboarding, tubing, and jet skiing.
Other activities for your personal entertainment in the Wakondah Pond area include cruises, garden shows, wildlife adventures, and music theatres. Take a trip into the town of Meredith and dine on some local cuisine, or shop till you drop in the village. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, then White Mountain National Forest is not far away. With 800,000 acres it is easily the largest national forest in New Hampshire. There are plenty of groomed trails for hiking, biking, and viewing wildlife. Plan your trip during the winter months and enjoy endless trails for snowmobiling and cross country skiing.
Wakondah Pond in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire is an ideal place to visit all year long. Summer may be the region’s best-known season, but hillsides wrapped in spring green, blazing colors of fall, and thick blankets of snow are just as magical. With an abundance of vacation rentals and real estate properties for sale, Wakondah Pond can be your slice of paradise.
Things to Do at Wakondah Pond
- Vacation Rentals
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Wildlife Viewing
- National Forest
Fish Species Found at Wakondah Pond
- Black Bass
- Brown Bullhead
- Brown Trout
- Chain Pickerel
- Largemouth Bass
- Rainbow Trout
- Smallmouth Bass
- White Perch
- Yellow Perch
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- VRBO – Use VRBO to find the perfect lake rental home, condo, cabin, cottage or other vacation property.
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- TripAdvisor – Read traveler reviews and compare prices on hotels, vacation rentals and more at TripAdvisor.
- Trivago – Trivago helps travelers compare deals for hotels and other accommodations from a variety of booking sites.
- KAYAK – KAYAK scours hundreds of other travel websites at once to find the best deals on hotels and other travel-related services.
- RVshare –RVshare connects travelers interested in renting a motorhome with owners who have RVs to rent.
- CampSpot – Campspot offers premier RV resorts, family campgrounds, cabins and glamping options across North America.
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Wakondah Pond Statistics & Helpful Links
Lake Type: Natural Freshwater Lake, Not Dammed
Surface Area: 94 acres
Normal Elevation (Full Pond): 528 feet
Average Depth: 14 feet
Maximum Depth: 40 feet
Drainage Area: 2 sq. miles
Trophic State: Mesotrophic
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