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Melendys Pond

New Hampshire

Melendys Pond, New Hampshire

Located in New Hampshire, Melendys Pond real estate is a tight inventory market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

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    About Melendys Pond
    20 Miles from Downtown Manchester

    Melendy Pond is less than a 10-minute drive from Brookline, New Hampshire, just 20 miles southwest of Manchester.

    Manchester provides the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Elliot Hospital, hotels, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Nashua, under 30 minutes away, has its own set of conveniences such as St. Joseph Hospital, Whole Foods, Rite Aid, Holiday Inn, and more.

    Boating, Swimming, and Fishing

    While kayaking, canoeing, or fishing around Melendy Pond, you will find peace listening to the loons' calls while surrounded by tall majestic pines.

    The Melendy Pond Beach on the south part of the lake is a fun swim spot with a dock and a floating raft further out in the water. A variety of fish roams the lake, including largemouth bass, pickerel, catfish, and bullhead. Fishers can make their catch from shore, dock, or boat.

    Hiking and Eating Nearby

    The Bartell Trail Head is just up the road, leading to a long stretch of well-maintained trails that are a great challenge while still being easy enough for the whole family. On the trail, you may admire natural-running springs, native birds, or local flora.

    Sundae Drive is an ice cream parlor just minutes from the lake. It has ice cream, food, and frozen drinks to satisfy your sweet tooth. Restaurants like Juanita's Mexican, Chrysanthi's Restaurant, The Alamo Texas BBQ & Tequila Bar, or New Kun Garden can be found in Woodline.

    Go on to Amherst for golfing at the Amherst Country Club or Ponemah Green Family Golf Center, as well as hiking at the Granite Town Rail Trail or exploring the Monson Center.

    Pleasant Location for a Lake Home

    Anyone will find that Melendy Pond is the perfect place to escape to for enjoying lake life in a laid-back environment.