Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest lake in the state of New Hampshire. It is approximately 21 miles long and from 1 to 9 miles wide, covering 69 square miles —71 square miles when Paugus Bay is included—with a maximum depth of 212 feet. [Learn more at Wikipedia and www.winnipesaukee.com]
Lake Winnipesaukee has been a tourist destination for more than a century, especially for residents seeking respite from the summer heat of Boston and New York City. There are at least 253 natural islands on Lake Winnipesaukee, five of which are connected to the mainland by bridges (Black Cat, Governors, Long, Oak, and Worcester), and another eight (Bear, Birch, Cow, East Bear, Jolly, Loon, Three Mile, and Sandy) are serviced by the U.S. mailboat M/V Sophie C.
Enjoy these gorgeous sunset photos, all taken on Lake Winnipesaukee.
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