• 1Mi. of Shoreline
  • 13Avg. Depth
  • Ownership
(603) 763-4884
1016 NH-103
Newbury, NH 03255
(603) 763-0111
81 Main St
Sunapee, NH 03782
Golf Courses
(603) 863-4500
6 Club House Ln
Grantham, NH 03753
(888) 483-4653
476 Barrows Towne Rd
Killington, VT 05751
(802) 295-9356
3268 Quechee Main St
White River Junction, VT 05001
(603) 448-5665
2 Smith Pond Rd
Enfield, NH 03748
(603) 448-5076
92 US Route 4A
Lebanon, NH 03766
(802) 296-6711
3700 Woodstock Rd
White River Junction, VT 05001
(802) 785-2997
300 Latham Rd
East Thetford, VT 05043
  • Counties: Windsor County
  • Condos available (No)
  • Notable events: Hoots and Howls, Annual Schumann Lecture, Dear Elizabeth in White River Junction and Gory Daze 5K
  • Sailing clubs: Dartmouth Corinthian Yacht Club
  • Interesting facts: No fishing in Lake Pineo
  • Landmarks: Quechee Green Park
  • Permit is not required to use the lake.
(802) 674-6711
289 County Rd
Windsor, VT 05089
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
1 Airport Rd, Manchester, NH 03103
89 miles away
Lebanon Municipal Airport
5 Airpark Rd, West Lebanon, NH 03784
9 miles away
    About Lake Pinneo
    Windsor County, Vermont

    Spanning a relatively small footprint of 52 acres, Lake Pinneo is located in east Vermont in Hartford, Vermont. It less than an hour from the state capital of Montpelier.

    The Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital is around 11 miles away, and the Burlington International Airport is 90 miles away.

    On the Water Fun

    Lake Pinneo has plenty of activities to fill your days! For the days of relaxation and slow-moving, the lake offers stations of picnicking and grilling while close to playgrounds for the little ones.

    Residents can also spend their days laying out on the soft sands and wading in the water of Lake Pinneo Beach located directly off the lake.

    There is easy access to kayak, paddleboard, or canoe rentals that can be used to explore the waters of Lake Pinneo if you don't own one. Lake Pinneo does not allow for any motorized crafts.

    Whether on land or boat, fishing is a favorite of most lake-loving residents! The most popular species are Largemouth bass and Skamania trout averaging around 16 inches long.

    Around the Area

    For the moments you would rather keep on dry land, Lake Pinneo offers an abundance of hiking trails and distinctions.

    Located a short five-minute drive from the lake, Quechee State Park is a must-see for nature enthusiasts. The park offers self-guided and trekker hiking experiences from “easy” to “advanced” along paved and unpaved routes.

    The most iconic destination of the park is Vermont’s deepest gorge, boosting a 165-foot drop to the Qttauquechee River. The gorge was formed by glacial activity approximately 13,000 years ago. Visitors can experience this amazing national landmark by taking a relatively easy in and out 2.7-mile hike.

    If walking and hiking are not really your speed, there are also numerous biking trails offered along paved and unpaved routes. For the long haulers, the park offers a scenic 18-mile paved biking trail following the Ottauquechee River and climbing 676 feet along the way.

    For those who prefer a gateway to the greens, The Quechee Club offers two world-class courses, known as Lakeland and Highland. Constructed in the 1970s, the course has seen the avid golfer to the amateur golfer on its mixture of well-groomed and scenic grounds.

    Why Lake Pinneo?

    Lake Pinneo offers a wide range of activities at different levels of expertise. From shopping amenities to outdoor adventures, the lake is a perfect fit for all ages to enjoy!