Burns Pond

New Hampshire

1Listings$35K-$40K$35KTotal Value
Burns Pond, New Hampshire

Burns Pond real estate is a beautiful, but lesser known, market for lake homes and land in New Hampshire.

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    About Burns Pond
    Coos County, New Hampshire

    Burns Pond is a 128-acre lake in Whitefield, New Hampshire, not far from the New Hampshire-Vermont border. Concord is around 90 miles away, the perfect spot for a big-city adventure.

    The Northeast Kingdom International Airport in Vermont is under 75 miles away and the Weeks Medical Center is under 15 miles away.

    Residents can shop for groceries and snacks at several stores within 15 miles. Locals recommend restaurants such as Grandma’s Kitchen, Sunny’s House of Pizza, Jillian’s Pub, Taste the Thai, and Cold Mountain Cafe.

    Happy Medium

    Burns Pond is an excellent location for swimming, boating, or fishing in a peaceful setting. The Burns Pond Public Beach is one of its more popular areas where visitors enjoy swimming, tanning, or playing in the sand while taking in the views.

    Anglers may catch bass, catfish, pickerel, perch, or sunfish. On the south side of the lake sits the Burns Lake Campground, a fantastic place to camp on the water.

    There is something for everyone at the park like boat rentals, hiking, horseback riding, riding ATVs, rock climbing, kayaking, or swimming in the hilltop pool.

    Local Entertainment

    One of the top attractions in Coos County is Santa’s Village. This amusement park has 23 Christmas-themed rides and is best for children under the age of 13.

    Explore Nature

    Those looking to reconnect with nature have a lot of options around Burns Pond.

    Skiers can choose to hit the slopes at either Bretton Woods or Wildcat Mountain.

    If you’re more interested in hiking, visit Mt. Adams or Mount Madison for beautiful views and great trails.

    If you want a great view without all the legwork, take The Mount Washington Cog Railway to the summit of Mount Washington, the highest peak in the Northeastern United States.

    Explore Concord

    Concord, the capital city of New Hampshire, has lots to offer residents of Burns Pond.

    The top attraction is the independently owned Red River Theatre. This theatre offers screenings of independent films as well as classic movies.

    Those more interested in live performances should head to Capitol Center for the Arts. There they will find ballet, country, rock, and Broadway performances.

    Another attraction is the Mcauliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, named after Christina Mcauliffe and Alan Shepard. This museum features interactive indoor and outdoor exhibits as well as a planetarium.

    A Place to Call Home

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a waterfront property, Burns Pond is an excellent choice.