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    About Rockybound Pond
    Sullivan County, New Hampshire

    Rockybound Pond is in Croydon, New Hampshire, under 50 miles from Concord.

    The New London Hospital is under 16 miles away, and the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is under 70 miles away.

    A Picturesque Lake

    The 71-acre Rockybound Pond is a wooded retreat in central New Hampshire. Its shoreline is lightly populated, leaving many towering trees to serve as a picturesque backdrop. It is the perfect place to sit back and watch the sunset mirror on the water until it sinks below the tree line.

    Pockybound Pond residents and guests marvel over the lake’s crystal-clear waters and work to keep it that way. The pristine waters are great for lake activities like swimming, boating, or fishing.

    Cast from a dock or hop in a fishing boat to try this lake’s plentiful stock of bass, perch, pickerel, or catfish.

    Around the Area

    The Newport Scenic Overlook and Barton & Coit Trails are lovely places to hike about the New Hampshire woods. The trails feature the local flora and fauna as well as overlooks of the town of Newport and Mount Sunapee.

    Residents can enjoy year-round recreational opportunities at Mount Sunapee State Park. It has water access, a beach, hiking trails, campsites, alpine ski trails, and more.

    Explore Concord

    Concord, the capital city of New Hampshire, has lots to offer residents of Rockybound Pond.

    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.

    Year-Round Recreation

    Rockybound Pond is an outdoorsman’s paradise hidden in the dense forests of central New Hampshire. The lake offers year-round recreation making it an ideal location for a permanent residence or vacation rental.