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Public Access Maps for New Hampshire's 36 largest lakes.

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(click on a column heading to sort by that column)
Name Size (acres)
Bow Lake 1,160.7
Comerford Reservoir 1,093.0
Conway Lake 1,299.0
First Connecticut Lake 3,071.0
Francis, Lake 1,933.8
Franklin Pierce Lake 483.4
Goose Pond 624.6
Great East Lake 1,829.6
Highland Lake (Stoddard) 712.0
Island Pond (Hampstead/Derry/Atkinson) 531.6
Lovell Lake 538.0
Mascoma Lake 1,165.3
Massabesic Lake 2,561.4
Merrymeeting Lake 1,233.0
Moore Reservoir 3,490.0
Newfound Lake 4,450.7
Northwood Lake 653.0
Nubanusit Lake 715.0
Ossipee Lake 3,245.3
Pawtuckaway Pond 783.4
Pine River Pond 570.4
Pleasant Lake (New London) 606.0
Province Lake 967.1
Second Connecticut Lake 1,102.1
Silver Lake (Madison) 969.4
Spofford Lake 738.8
Squam Lake 6,790.7
Sunapee Lake 4,136.2
Suncook Lakes 697.0
Umbagog Lake 7,583.9
Waukewan, Lake 928.3
Webster Lake 612.0
Wentworth, Lake 3,115.6
Winnipesaukee, Lake 44,586.0
Paugus Bay 1,220.0
Winnisquam Lake 4,237.5

For additional information, see the Official List of Public Waters pdf file published by the Dam Bureau of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Water Division.

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NH Office of Energy and Planning
Governor Hugh J. Gallen State Office Park
Johnson Hall, 3rd Floor  |  107 Pleasant Street  |  Concord, NH 03301
(603) 271-2155  |  fax: (603) 271-2615