The Lake Monomonac real estate market is a beautiful, but lesser known, marketplace for lake property in New Hampshire.
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Lake Monomonac is on the border between Rindge, New Hampshire, and Winchendon, Massachusetts.
The Worcester Regional Airport in Massachusetts is around 40 miles away, and the Boston Logan International Airport is under 82 miles away. For medical care, there are two hospitals within 20 miles: Monadnock Community Hospital and Heywood Hospital.
Measuring 594 acres and with a max depth of 22 feet, Lake Monomonac has all the fun of a large lake with the exclusive atmosphere of a small lake.
Popular activities include boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, and taking in the views. Public access is from a boat ramp near the dam, and there are marinas available.
Anglers can find largemouth bass, eastern chain pickerel, brown bullhead, white perch, black crappie, bluegill, pumpkinseed, and yellow perch.
The lake has two islands, Blueberry Island in Massachusetts and Paradise Island in New Hampshire.
Nashua is the second-largest city in New Hampshire, ensuring a vibrant place full of attractions and amenities. It is under 45 miles away from the lake.
The city offers plenty of delicious dining options, breweries, wineries, and places to enjoy a night out. Shopping and entertainment are plentiful in the area, with something for every family member.
Mine Falls Park is the top attraction in Nashua, a 325-acre park in the heart of the city. It boasts miles of trails, water for boating, fishing opportunities, and nature observing.
Those looking for a good time will love living on Lake Monomonac.