The Loon Lake real estate market is a limited supply marketplace for lake property in New Hampshire.
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Loon Lake is a beautiful body of water in the rustic wilderness of eastern New Hampshire.
Just over an hour from Portland, residents are in proximity to the Portland International Jetport, Maine Medical Portland Hospital, beaches, hotels, and shops. For the basic needs, Dollar General, Valuland Food Store, hardware stores, and auto-repair shops are 20 minutes from the lake in Ossipee, New Hampshire.
The 185-acre Loon Lake is a pleasant retreat on the Maine border, offering over 3 miles of shoreline. Loons Lake populates the tranquil waters, giving the lake its name. Their beautiful calls echo about the lake all summer long.
It is the perfect spot for fishing, kayaking, canoeing, or a waterside picnic in a secluded environment. Fishers catch anything from bass, pickerel, catfish or trout.
The High Watch Preserve is adjacent to the lake, where you can pick from 3 different trails that lead to the summit of Green Mountain. The trails feature beautiful foliage of the Green Mountain Forest as well as an abundance of blueberry bushes near the peak of the mountain.
Residents of loon lake get the best of both worlds, with the King Pine Ski Area or the Maine beaches just a drive away. The King Pine Ski Area is a fantastic destination for skiing, snowboarding, or tubing among its 45-acres that feature six ski lifts and 17 different trails.
One of the best beach destinations is in Old Orchard Beach, home to the Palace Playland beachfront amusement park, Old Orchard Pier, a strip of shops and diners, and an inviting sandy shore.
Property on Loon Lake would give one access to a charming wooded escape of New Hampshire.