Umbagog Lake

New Hampshire

1Listings$225K$225KTotal Value
Umbagog Lake, New Hampshire

Located in New Hampshire, Umbagog Lake real estate is a limited supply market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

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    About Umbagog Lake
    Coos County, New Hampshire

    Umbagog Lake sits on the New Hampshire-Maine border, about 48 miles away from White Mountain National Forest. It touches Errol and Cambridge, New Hampshire, as well as Upton and Magalloway Plantation, Maine.

    For weekend getaways to big cities, Augusta is under 120 miles away, Burlington is under 185 miles away, and Concord is under 220 miles away.

    The Northeast Kingdom International Airport is under 130 miles away, and the Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital is under 50 miles away.

    Residents can shop at The Maine Mall or sample local flavors such as Northern Exposure Restaurant and Chai Thai Cuisine.

    Vast Surface

    Umbagog Lake spans 7,850 acres, providing many different opportunities to residents.

    The area provides wonderful space for boating, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and white-water rafting. Certain areas allow motorboats and others do not so plan your boating outings wisely. Anglers can toss a line out for bass, salmon, pickerel, trout, and pike.

    Along the southernmost shore, there is a public campground and a public boat launch ramp. There are 33 wilderness campsites, accessible only by boat, around the lake.

    The area is abundant with wildlife, including coyotes, wild turkeys, bald eagles, ospreys, bobcats, moose, rabbits, bears, loons, and many other native species.

    Over 250 miles of snowmobiling trails have earned the area the undisputed title as the Snowmobile Capital of the Northeast United States. Snowshoeing, downhill, and cross-country skiing are also exciting winter activities to enjoy.

    Explore the White Mountain National Forest

    With over 750,000 acres of wilderness, White Mountain National Forest provides a slew of adventures for its visitors.

    Camping is a popular venture in this park, as is hiking. Snowmobile trails are also available seasonally, and as long as the park is open, visitors can always enjoy a scenic drive amongst the White Mountains.

    Visit Augusta

    There are many attractions to visit in Augusta, the capital of Maine.

    Fort Western is home to the country’s oldest wooden garrison building, which was built in 1754. Old Fort Western is a living history museum offering tours, hands-on activities, and unique interactive experiences involving the history of New England during the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.

    For outdoor enthusiasts, visit Viles Arboretum, a park with six miles of trails, over 200 species of trees to observe, and wildlife all on this 224-acre garden.

    Golf enthusiasts should check out Belgrade Lakes Golf Club, an 18 hole course considered one of the top courses in Maine and New England. It includes fabulous greens and fairways and beautiful scenes of nature.

    The Heart of Wilderness

    Those seeking to lose themselves in the natural world around them will love calling Umbagog Lake home.