New Hampshire's Lakes Region is made up of over forty towns scattered around Lake Winnipesaukee, most of which are of the friendly and very small variety. Laconia, the aptly named City on the Lakes, is the biggest city with a population of just under 16,000.  When you visit the Lakes Region, be sure to visit as many of these towns as you can. Their individual personalities and histories are a big part of what makes this area so special.  This page will briefly describe several towns that we have selected, including Meredith, Wolfeboro, Gilford and Center Harbor.  We will be adding more in the future.

New Hampshire's fall foliage display is an amazing annual show which attracts people from all over the country. The New England climate combined with the landscape and our wide variety of trees allows for a magnificent color show that varies from year to year, but never disappoints. 

Just how big is Lake Winnipesaukee?  How many islands does it really have?  When does it ice over and when does it ice-out?  What sort of fish could you expect to find in it?  How warm does the water get in the summer?  How old do you have to be to operate a boat? How deep is the deepest point? We've got answers to these and many more of the most commonly asked questions.  Feel free to email us with any questions not listed here.

Living in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire puts you in the very center of New England and all it has to offer. The pristine beauty of the Lakes Region is a result of thousands of years of glaciers carving out mountains and lakes out of granite.  People have called this area home for nearly 10,000 years, so maybe it's time you claim a piece of this heaven for yourself! 

Find out answers to the all important questions like what is the New Hampshire state tree?  Does New Hampshire have a state bird?  Just what does Winnipesaukee actually mean?  Did the movie "What about Bob" really take place in New Hampshire?  How many lakes and ponds are there in the state?  Is there actually a state amphibian?

If you need even more information, maps and guides, travel brochures or other important trip planning tools, these chambers of commerce and non-profit associations may be able to help you.

Most Lakes Region business do not include gratuities for there staff.  Should you use your good judgment and decided to compensate the service staff according to the level of service you receive, we offer you these guidelines.