Upper Kimball Pond

New Hampshire

Upper Kimball Pond, New Hampshire

The Upper Kimball Pond real estate market is a beautiful, but lesser known, marketplace for lake property in New Hampshire.

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    About Upper Kimball Pond
    Carroll County, New Hampshire

    Upper Kimball Pond is in Chatham, New Hampshire, almost touching the Maine border. For a city trip, Portland is under 65 miles away.

    The Portland International Jetport is under 70 miles away, and the Memorial Hospital is around 20 miles away.

    On the Water Fun

    Spanning 169 acres and with a max depth of 24 feet, Upper Kimball Pond has all the joys of a large lake with the atmosphere of a small lake.

    Popular activities include boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, and taking in the views. A public access point for canoes and kayaks is on the northern tip of the water.

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

    Explore Chatham

    Those looking for fun off the water can discover everything Chatham has to offer.

    One popular attraction is the Ultimate Dog Sledding Experience, where visitors can experience the thrill and excitement of dog sledding through the snow.

    Another popular attraction is the Gorham Moose Tour, where visitors can enjoy a wildlife tour to see many animals, such as moose and eagles.

    Visit Portland

    The nearby city of Portland, Maine is teeming with history, great food, and museums.

    A great draw is Old Port. This neighborhood has cobblestone roads and still features some original buildings from the 19th century. With great shopping and only steps away from the wharf, which brings in some of the best seafood in the world, Old Port is a must-visit destination.

    Consider going on one of Portland’s many brewery tours, or visiting the Portland Museum of Art. Featuring artists such as Andy Warhol and Claude Monet, this museum’s website states that with more than 18,000 pieces, it would take visitors almost 10 years to see everything in the museum.

    Built in 1807, the Portland Observatory is the country’s last remaining maritime signal tower. At a height of 86 feet, the observatory offers great views of the coastline and the city.

    Natural Beauty

    Those looking for a relaxing place to connect with nature will love living on Upper Kimball Pond.