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Lake Pentuckett


Lake Pentuckett, Massachusetts

Lake Pentuckett real estate is regarded as a limited supply market in Massachusetts for lake homes and lake lots.

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      About Lake Pentuckett
      Located in Essex County, Massachusetts

      Lake Pentuckett is a 49-acre lake located in Haverhill, Massachusetts, roughly 43 minutes north of Boston.

      The closest location for urgent care is Holy Family Hospital - Haverhill, 2 miles southeast. Boston Logan International is situated 39 miles south in the state's capital.

      When heading into town, grab a bite to eat at restaurants like China King Super Buffet, Butch's Uptown, Villamar Caribbean, and Krueger Flatbread.

      On the Water

      Lake Pentuckett stretches 49 acres while reaching a maximum depth of 23 feet. Popular activities here include swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. While out on the water, anglers will find largemouth bass, pickerel, bluegill, black crappie, rainbow trout, and more.

      What’s Around

      Canobie Lake Park is an amusement park in Salem, New Hampshire, located about 31 miles north of Boston. This park makes a great place to take your family, featuring a water park, snow tour, and roller coasters.

      In Lake Pentuckett's backyard is Winnikenni Park. This 700+ acre stretch of hills is the location of the first public park in Haverhill. Outdoor activities offered here include hiking, jogging, photography, and more.

      Kayaking is a popular pastime on the nearby Merrimack River. Enjoy the 10 mile stretch of river from Haverhill to Newburyport. Merrimack is also a popular spot for fishing during the summer. Expect to catch largemouth bass, carp, shad, rainbow trout, bullhead, and more!

      Visit Salem

      Travel 27 miles south to Salem to learn more about the Salem Witch Trials and enjoy the modern city's great culture and food.

      The Salem Witch Museum aims to immerse visitors in these tragic events of pre-colonial America. There are over 10 life-size sets complete with lighting, narration, and wax figures that take visitors through the timeline of the trials.

      The House of Seven Gables is another popular stop, not only for its central role in the Nathaniel Hawthorne book but also as a piece of New England's history. Take a tour of this beautiful 1668 example of pre-colonial architecture!

      The Peabody Essex Museum is the place to be for lovers of art! This museum houses modern art and ancient art dating back thousands of years!

      After a long day of exploring, grab a bite to eat at one of the many fantastic restaurants in Salem. Examples include Flying Saucer Pizza Company, Howling Wolf Tacqueria, Rockafellas, and Turner's Seafood at Lyceum Hall.

      Why Lake Pentucket?

      If you're looking for a place to enjoy nature that's also close to the Boston metro area, then Lake Pentuckett might be the location of your next lake home!