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Great Pond

New Hampshire

Great Pond, New Hampshire

Located in New Hampshire, Great Pond real estate is a limited supply market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

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    About Great Pond
    Rockingham County, New Hampshire

    Great Pond is in Kingston, New Hampshire, under 30 miles from Manchester and Portsmouth.

    Portsmouth International Airport at Pease is under 25 miles away, and Exeter Hospital is under 20 miles away.

    Groceries and snacks can be found at Hannaford Supermarket, eight minutes away. Locals recommend restaurants such as Kingston 1686 House, Rick’s Food & Spirits, Jalisco Family Restaurant, and Cantina and Bolton’s Lake House.

    Happy Medium

    At 268 acres, Great Lake offers plenty of lake fun to its residents.

    Many homes have docks, making it easy to explore the lake by boat, kayak, or canoe. On a warm day, take a dip in the water or relax on the shoreline.

    Anglers can expect to find largemouth bass, chain pickerel, brown bullhead, white perch, black crappie, bluegill, yellow perch, and pumpkinseed.

    Kingston State Park is a 44-acre park on the north part of the lake. The park offers boat rentals, a park store, two bathhouses, a small trail, a beach, fireplaces, picnic tables, a playground, a softball field, and three horseshoe game areas.

    Local Entertainment

    A top nearby attraction is Canobie Lake Park. Canobie Lake started as a trolley park, but with the automobile overtaking the trolley in transportation popularity, the park struggled. It eventually transformed into a music park and inspired Steven King to write his novel, “Joyland.”

    Explore Nature

    Outdoorsmen and women should have Pawtucket State Park at the top of their list of things to visit. This 5,000-acre preserve has well-established trails, a campground, and beautiful views.

    Explore Manchester

    Manchester is a vibrant city that offers great entertainment with concerts, theatre acts, and big-name events. There are also a variety of shopping and dining options to discover throughout the downtown area.

    The city has great tours and beautiful parks that feature boating, picnic locations, biking trails, and hiking trails.

    The famous Derryfield Country Club is also located on the west side of the city. This is an eighteen-hole public golf course that was established in 1932.

    The city’s location is a true access point for other explorations such as ski resorts, beaches, state parks, and more!

    A Place to Call Home

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