Squam Lake is New Hampshire’s second largest lake, offering unspoiled beauty, magnificent mountain scenery and abundant opportunities for the active visitor. Squam is a 7,200-acre lake with 65 miles of shoreline to explore and 10 miles of open waterways in which to sail, motor, paddle or fish.
The lake borders the towns of Ashland, Center Harbor, Holderness, Moultonborough and Sandwich, all of which have adopted zoning regulations to protect the state’s most sought-after clear water lake.
As you boat about the lake, you will appreciate its natural wooded
shoreline which many say is “just as the Indians left it”.