Skatutakee Lake

New Hampshire

Skatutakee Lake, New Hampshire

The Skatutakee Lake real estate market is a limited supply marketplace for lake property in New Hampshire.

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    • Counties: Cheshire County
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    About Skatutakee Lake
    Cheshire County, New Hampshire

    Skatutakee Lake is in Harrisville, New Hampshire, under 50 miles from Nashua. For another city trip, Manchester is under 65 miles away.

    The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is under 50 miles away, and there are two hospitals within 20 miles: Monadnock Community Hospital and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene Hospital.

    Fun on the Water

    Spanning 236 acres and with a max depth of 17 feet, Skatutakee Lake has all the joy of a large lake with 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, eastern chain pickerel, brown bullhead, northern pike, black crappie, bluegill, and yellow perch.

    Explore Harrisville

    Those looking for fun on the land can discover everything Harrisville has to offer residents.

    One popular attraction is the Friendly Farm, where visitors can interact with animals from cows to rabbits.

    Another popular attraction is Tenney Farm, where visitors can buy a variety of goods such as pottery and ice cream.

    Visit Nashua

    Nashua is the second-largest city in New Hampshire, ensuring a vibrant place full of attractions and amenities.

    The city offers plenty of delicious dining options, breweries, wineries, and places to enjoy a night out. Shopping and entertainment are plentiful in the area, with something for every family member.

    Mine Falls Park is the top attraction in Nashua, a 325-acre park in the heart of the city. It boasts miles of trails, water for boating, fishing opportunities, and nature observing.

    Beautiful and Comfortable

    Those looking for a cozy place to settle down will love living on Skatutakee Lake.