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About Lakes Region

With so many adventures to be had outdoors and within its New England cities, the Lakes Region has become a very popular destination for adventure-seeking vacationers. Come to the area during the summer months to hike the area’s majestic mountains and take a refreshing dip in the region’s lakes, or wait until snow falls to enjoy a variety of winter sports. Accessible from many major locations in the Northeast, Lakes Region vacation rentals are the jewels of the area and provide a first-class New England experience rich in beauty, history and exciting activities. 

Climate

New Hampshire’s climate can vary significantly depending on the region you visit. Typically, areas closer to the water, such as the Lakes Region, enjoy warmer weather throughout the year with summer months being warm and dry. July is the hottest month here with temperatures that can reach up to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. During the winter, temperatures can dip below 20 degrees and snow is not uncommon. Pack layers of clothing and choose your Lakes Region vacation rental carefully for the most pleasant weather during your trip.

Areas within the Lakes Region

The Lakes Region lies in the middle of the state of New Hampshire and encompasses the beautiful Winnipesaukee, Squam, Winnisquam and Newfound lakes. Although this popular tourist spot consists of several counties, Laconia holds the distinction of being the largest city in the region. Visitors to the Lakes Region can enjoy mesmerizing sights and sounds throughout each area, and staying in Lakes Region vacation rentals surrounded by old or natural landmarks will give vacationers a special feel.

Things to Do

With more than 250 unique lakes and ponds, the Lakes Region does not disappoint when it comes to activities on the water. The area is New Hampshire’s hub for boating, fishing, paddleboarding and swimming during the summer and boasts an array of ice fishing opportunities during the winter. A scenic cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee is a great way to experience the area and will surely keep the entire family happy.

History buffs will delight in touring the Castle in the Clouds. Built in 1914, the castle is located in the Ossipee Mountain Range and offers breathtaking views. It also gives science-lovers the ability to analyze the geology and ecology of the area through the use of trails. Visit Madison Boulder National Arena to see one of the most impressive rocks on the planet. The natural rock ...

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