The Gregg Lake real estate market is a tight inventory marketplace for lake property in New Hampshire.
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Gregg Lake is in Antrim, New Hampshire, just 33.9 miles from Concord. The lake is under 50 miles from Manchester and Nashua.
One would appreciate being just far enough from the city to have the quiet atmosphere while still in reach of shops, restaurants, hotels, the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Elliot Hospital, and Southern New Hampshire University.
Gregg Lake encompasses 175 acres and has an average depth of 25 feet. Its picturesque shoreline, lined with towering trees, spreads three miles.
People find the water a relaxing place to be. It attracts power boats, fishing boats, kayaks, canoes, and sailboats.
The lake’s variety of fish, including bluegill, brown bullhead, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and chain pickerel, make it a great fishing spot.
Residents and visitors love spending the day on sandy shores at Gregg Town Beach, where you can always have a good time swimming or soaking up the sun.
The Gregg Lake Campground borders the lake and includes campsites, playgrounds, boat launches, boat dock, swimming areas, and showers. Its hiking and biking trails are an excellent place for bird watching, a popular activity at the park.
Concord, the capital city of New Hampshire, has lots to offer residents of Gregg Lake.
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.
Gregg Lake is a pleasant place for a weekend escape or permanent residence. The lake is a tranquil environment host to a variety of lake activities while being close to shopping, dining, and entertainment.