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North Pond - Southwick


2Listings$300K-$375K$675KTotal Value
North Pond - Southwick, Massachusetts

The North Pond - Southwick real estate market is a tight inventory marketplace for lake property in Massachusetts.

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    • Counties: Hampden County
      About North Pond - Southwick
      Located in Hampden County, Massachusetts

      North Pond is located in Hampden County, in the town of Southwick, Massachusetts. Springfield, Massachusetts, is only a stone's throw away, sitting 14 miles northeast of North Pond.

      The Bradley International Airport is only 12 miles south in Windsor Locks, Connecticut. The closest location for urgent care is the Baystate Noble Hospital, seven miles north in Westfield, Massachusetts.

      When heading into Southwick, grab a bite to eat at restaurants like Roma, Kettlebread Deli, Village Pizza, or Summer House. There are also three restaurants on the shore of Middle Pond: The Launch, Wok on the Water, and CPC Craft Meats and Smokehouse.

      Life on the Water

      North Pond is one of three basins that make up Lake Congamond, a 477-acre great pond. North Pond (47 acres) is the deepest and clearest lake, having a max depth of 46 feet.

      Watercraft like kayaks, canoes, sailboats, and electric boats are popular on North Pond, as gas motors are prohibited here.

      Middle Pond (277 acres) and South Pond (142 acres) allow gas motorboats, so activities like waterskiing, jet skiing, and wakeboarding are popular.

      Before you head out onto the water, don't forget to grab your rod and reel! Because of the excellent growth rates seen here, multiple largemouth bass fishing tournaments are held on Lake Congamond annually.

      This lake has also produced trophy-sized smallmouth bass, chain pickerel, sunfish, black crappie, yellow perch, and brown trout.

      What's Nearby?

      Enjoy untouched nature at nearby Robinson State Park. This natural area features a river and multi-use trails, plus activities like fishing, canoeing, and swimming.

      Next, visit the century-old Eastern States Exposition, the location of the fifth-largest state fair in the country and largest agricultural festival. The Big E is an annual festival featuring many activities and events, like livestock shows, competitions, rides, local food, and more!

      Visit Springfield, Massachusetts

      Springfield, Massachusetts, makes for a great day trip, packed with interesting stops and excellent food!

      The Zoo in Forest Park is a not-for-profit zoo that houses over 200 native and exotic animals. It features a diverse array of mammals, birds, reptiles, invertebrates, and amphibians.

      While at the zoo, check out the beautiful 700-acre park it's nestled in. Designed by the father of modern landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmstead, many consider Forest Park the jewel of Springfield.

      Visitors will enjoy courts and fields for sports like baseball, basketball, tennis, bocce, and soccer. The many trails, roads, and paths surrounding the park are a beautiful setting for a walk or run.

      For the sports fan in the family, visit the Basketball Hall of Fame. This modern building plays host to exhibits documenting the history and evolution of the game.

      If you're a history or weapons buff, check out the Springfield Armory, the U.S. Armed Forces primary weapons manufacturer from the Revolutionary War to 1968.

      After a long day of exploring, try one of the many eateries in Springfield like Red Rose Pizzeria, Student Prince Cafe, and Fort Restaurant, and Theodore’s Blues, Booze, and BBQ.

      Why North Pond?

      If you're looking for a location that offers fantastic amenities, clear water, and fun times, then take a look at North Pond. It might just be the location of your next lake home!