Rust Pond

New Hampshire

3Listings
$410K-$1B
$2.8MTotal Value
Rust Pond, New Hampshire

Located in New Hampshire, Rust Pond real estate is a beautiful, but lesser known, market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

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    • Counties: Carroll County
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    About Rust Pond
    Carroll County, New Hampshire

    Rust Pond is in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, under 30 miles from Rochester. For another city trip, Concord and Portsmouth are under 50 miles away.

    The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and the Portland International Jetport are under 70 miles away. For medical care, the Huggins Hospital is 2.6 miles away.

    A Good Size

    Measuring 239 acres and with a max depth of 40 feet, Rust Pond has all the fun of a large lake but retains the atmosphere of a small lake.

    Popular activities include boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, and taking in the views.

    Anglers can find smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, rainbow smelt, eastern chain pickerel, yellow perch, sunfish, and brown bullhead.

    Explore Wolfeboro

    Those looking for fun off the water can explore the nearby town of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.

    One popular attraction is the Wright Museum of WWII, where visitors can learn about the second world war through the museum’s displays.

    Another popular attraction is the Libby Museum, where visitors can explore the different exhibits and learn about natural history.

    Visit Rochester

    Rochester is the largest city in the seacoast region and the fourth-largest city in the state. There is a lot of rich history and a variety of activities to embark on in the city.

    If you want to spend an afternoon outside, there are public and family-friendly parks and playgrounds. There are also hiking, walking, and biking trails along the Cocheco River.

    Enjoy the great shopping and dining scenes with some entertainment for a perfect night downtown.

    Cozy and Quaint

    Those looking for a beautiful place to feel right at home will love living on Rust Pond.