Lakes Region NH Beaches
Weirs Beach is probably the most famous of all the New Hampshire Lakes region beaches. The Weirs (Weirs Beach)
attracts beach-goers from everywhere to enjoy clear waters of the “big lake” – Lake Winnipesaukee. Beautiful Ellacoya State Park is a large sandy beach. Ask about NH Lake Region beaches or share comments. To feature your business, contact us.
NH Lakes Region Public Beaches & Swimming
Weirs Beach – Endicott Park
A nice sandy beach on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee where the big lake empties into Paugus Bay. The Indians once fished this channel and caught salmon here. Massachusetts Bay Colony Governor John Endicott commissioned surveyors here in 1652. You can view their signatures on Endicott Rock. Admission is charged. A great place for boat watching, sunbathing, and swimming.
Alton Town Beaches
Alton Bay, NH
A wonderful swimming area. No admission fee. Parking and restrooms are available. Rt. 28 on Alton Bay. No lifeguards on duty. Swim Dock on Rt. 11 next to the town docks. No admission fee, lifeguard on duty.
A nice free public beach on Lake Winnisquam. Take Rt. 3 to Court Street, turn onto Bay Street, Left to Winnisquam Ave. Beach is at the end. No fee for parking or admission. Swimming, bathrooms, fishing, playground, picnicking.
North Main Street
Ahern State Park
off Route 106
Gilford Town Beach
Varney Point Access Road
A beautiful place to cool down for Gilford residents. Gilford beach is a Town Beach, and is restricted to Gilford residents, taxpayers, and their guests only; it is not open to the general public.
Center Harbor Town Beach
Center Harbor, NH
Ellacoya State Park
This NH state park offers 600 feet of sandy beach on the state’s largest lake, Winnipesaukee. There are picnicking areas, a bathhouse with restrooms, and lifeguards on duty. The campground here is only for RVs. There are more than 35 campsites available.
Wellington State Park
A half-mile of sandy beach on pristine Newfound Lake offers some of the state’s nicest swimming. Lifeguards are on duty. Bathhouses, restrooms, and a store are all available, and there is a picnic area in a pine grove along with some nice hiking trails. Wellington also provides a boat launch. The park is open 9 AM to 7 PM every day during the summer.
Wentworth State Park
This small park offers very nice swimming, with a gradual drop off that lets even little kids walk “way out.” The beach is mostly sandy, with picnic tables on the grass close enough to watch the kids from. Lifeguards and a bathhouse with restrooms are provided.
Clark Road off South Main Street
Forest Road off North Main Street
Allen Albee Beach
Rt. 28 North
Twenty Mile Bay Beach
Nineteen Mile Bay Beach
Duncan Lake Road off Route 16
Long Island Beach
Long Island Beach Road off Rt. 109
Moultonboro Neck, NH
State Landing Beach
State Landing Road off Rt. 109
Veasey Shore Road off Route 25
Melvin Village Town Beach
Wharf Road off Route 109
Melvin Village, NH
White Lake State Park
In addition to camping and hiking, this park offers a nice sandy beach with lifeguards, a bathhouse and restrooms. There is a picnic area, and canoe rentals are available.
NH Beaches by Region
Great North Woods NH Beaches
Berlin, Colebrook, Errol, Dixville, Lancaster, Pittsburg
White Mountain NH Beaches
North Conway, Lincoln, Woodstock, Littleton, Franconia, Gorham, Jackson, Sugar Hill, Whitefield, Waterville Valley
Lakes Region NH Beaches
Laconia, Rochester, Plymouth, Ossipee, Meredith, Ashland, Wolfeboro, Bristol, Winnipesaukee
Dartmouth Lake Sunapee NH Beaches
Lebanon, Hanover, Claremont, Newport, Tilton, Lyme, Plainfield, Newport
Monadnock NH Beaches
Keene, Peterborough, Fitzwilliam, Westmoreland, Chesterfield
Merrimack Valley NH Beaches
Manchester, Concord, Nashua, Salem, Derry, New London, Merrimack, Loudon
Seacoast NH Beaches
Portsmouth, Dover, Durham, Hampton, Exeter, Rye, Hampton Beach