Opechee Bay Reservoir

New Hampshire

19Listings$95K-$2.1M$9.6MTotal Value
Opechee Bay Reservoir, New Hampshire

Opechee Bay Reservoir real estate is regarded as a top twenty market in New Hampshire for lake homes and lake lots.

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    • Ownership
    • Counties: Belknap County
    About Opechee Bay Reservoir
    Belknap County, New Hampshire

    Opechee Bay Reservoir is a desirable body of water between the renowned Winnipesaukee Lake and Winnisquam Lake. It's in Laconia, New Hampshire, and under 30 miles from Concord.

    The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is under 55 miles away, and the Lakes Region General Hospital is down the street.

    On the Water Fun

    Opechee Bay Reservoir is a mid-size lake stretching across two miles to cover 426 acres.

    Lined with tall, healthy trees along the six-mile shoreline, Opechee Bay Reservoir is also surrounded by hills and mountains that make a great backdrop for sunrises and sunsets.

    Opechee Bay is a more relaxed body of water with lighter traffic and lower wake risk than Lake Winnipesaukee's neighbor. This makes it a well-loved location for swimming, sailing, windsurfing, boating, water skiing, jet skiing, or kayaking in a worry-free zone.

    Bond Beach Park has a 200-foot stretch of sand on Opechee’s clean, clear waters. Lakers can swim, sunbathe, or set out in a kayak or canoe from this area. The park includes picnic facilities, restrooms, changing areas, as well as hiking trails that can be used for cross-country skiing.

    The lake is a cold and warm water fishery, having a stock of brook trout, rainbow trout, land-locked salmon, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, chain pickerel, black crappie, and bluegill.

    Endless Opportunities

    Go to the Laconia Golf Club for a fine golfing experience on a championship course that offers casual dining and hosts several social events.

    The Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion is a 9,000 seat amphitheater that hosts hit artists such as Luke Bryan, Zac Brown Band, or Dave Matthews.

    The Gunstock Mountain Resort is a hub of outdoor recreation, host to a nine-acre zipline course, mountain coaster, summit lift ride, off-road segway tours, skiing, and snowboarding.

    Funspot, the world’s largest arcade, has a selection of 600 different games that are sure to challenge even the best gamers.

    There are a variety of small shops and boutiques surrounding the lake region, but for big-name stores, you can go to the Tanger Outlets of Tilton.

    Lake Life Dream

    Opechee Bay reservoir has everything you could wish for: an attractive, well-sized lake offering a variety of lake activities with city access.