Area Amenities



Excellent Family Friendly Sandy Beaches on both sides of the property. Cove on the east side offers calm clear shallow waters. The west side offers beach and deep Broad Bay water with breeze off of Mt. Chocorua.


The three most notable mountain ranges of the Lakes Region are the Belknap, the Ossipee and the Squam Range. The Ossipee Mountains are a small mountain range, the remains of an ancient volcanic ring dike, located north of Lake Winnipesaukee and east of Squam Lake, south of the Sandwich Range and the southernmost of the White mountains. Squam Lake has a new Science Center that is worth the trip! Mount Chocorua (the most photographed mountain east of the Mississippi) is a 3,490 ft. mountain in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the easternmost peak of the Sandwich Range. Although the mountain is not outstanding for its elevation, it is very rugged and has excellent views of the surrounding lakes, mountains, and forests. Mount Chocorua’s bare summit can be seen from almost every direction and identified from many points throughout central New Hampshire and western Maine. Many hiking trails ascend the mountain. Scenic Chocorua Lake lies directly to the south.
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New Hampshire can’t be beat for outdoor recreation, especially when it comes to hiking! There are over 4,000 miles of hiking trails to choose from that can accommodate all ages and experience levels from family strolls to intense climbs, with plenty of waterfalls, lakes, and breathtaking scenery. Mount Chocoura Loop Trail is a 9.8 mile, heavily trafficked loop trail located near Conway, New Hampshire that features a river and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers according to All Trails. Additionally, AllTrails lists 1,377 trails in New Hampshire with detailed reviews and ratings that include level of difficulty.  The Outdoor Project serves up their list of 20 Must-Do Hikes. Closer to ‘home’ you will find the Ossipee Conservation Trail and Conservation Boardwalk, at the southern end of Ossipee Lake near Long Sands off Conservation Trail Road. The Ossipee Pine Barrens Preserve, New Hampshire’s last intact pitch-pine-scrub oak woodland natural community, a globally rare forest type, sits on top of New Hampshire’s largest “stratified-drift” aquifirs, a constant and clean source of water from the area’s families and businesses. There’s a brand new, three-quarter mile, accessible trail in the Pine Barrens, the first of its kind on a Conservancy Preserve in New Hampshire. The Greater Ossipee Area Chamber of Commerce publishes a Greater Ossipee Area guidebook for visitors and the Madison Conservation Commission prepared a list of trails including the ten essentials for every hike.


The Lakes Region offers a handful of designated off-road biking trails and even some on-road adventures. lists some beautiful trails within driving distance, that provides level of difficulty and hints at what you will see along the way. Traillink maps are a great way to search for locations, also providing surface descriptions, photos and reviews. Bring your bikes and get out there!


New Hampshire is a boater’s paradise! Our incredible waterfront location and dock is the perfect way to bring your boat and take advantage of everything our lake has to offer! Our dock will accommodate most boat sizes. Please contact us with questions about your boat. Alternatively, there are marinas on the lake that offer all kinds of boat and waverunner rentals. Fuel is also available, even year-round for snowmobilers in the winter at Westward Shores, according to their website. Pontoon boats are popular on the lake! Lakefront Landing Marina, provides fuel, boat repair, a variety of boat rentals, a convenience store and boat launch. Ossipee Lake Marina, a full-service marina offering pontoon boat rentals & wave runner rentals, parts, sales & repair, fuel, and a snack shack. When bringing your own boat, you will need to launch at nearby Lakefront Landing or at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s Ossipee Lake boat ramp on Pine River located about one mile south of the lake. This searchable map will show you locations of access points for the entire state. Click here for a map of Access sites on Ossipee Lake and Bays. Important Note! Any boat/rental that is over 25 horsepower requires a Boaters Safety Certificate or Boaters License. The Official New Hampshire Boating Safety Course can be done online. Some marinas offer a temporary boater’s license.


You’ll find 3 kayaks and 2 paddle boards for your use, along with a variety of child, teen and adult size life jackets; bringing your own would guarantee correct fit but we do have a variety to choose from. Should you need additional paddle boats, some of the local marinas rent canoes, kayaks and paddle boards by the day. The Ossipee Lake Alliance, a full-time volunteer organization, celebrates the natural beauty of our lake and is dedicated to protecting it by promoting careful stewardship. With 3,245 acres, being the 6th largest lake located entirely in the state, there’s lots to discover!

GOLF says there are 90 public, semiprivate and resort golf courses waiting for you in New Hampshire. Many of the courses flank rivers and lakes, lie at the base of a mountain range, and overlook scenic New England story-book settings. The closest one to us is the Indian Mound Golf Club & Rivers Edge Grille & Tavern, also open to the public. Golf Advisor is a great resource for searching by location and includes reviews.


You will see plenty of folks fishing on the lake! Bring your fishing rods and give it a try! A fishing license is required for anyone 16 years of age and older. Temporary one, three, and seven day fishing licenses are available to non-residents. Find out everything you need to know from the NH Fish and Game website about fishing licenses. See a map of Ossipee Lake showing lake depths and fish species.



There are over 6,830 miles of snowmobiling in New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Snowmobile Association maintains the state’s trail system and, with local clubs, grooms the trails. A valid NH snowmobile registration is required to ride in New Hampshire. Visit the NHSA website for details; they even offer a snowmobile safety course online. Find local trail conditions posted by the Ossipee Valley Snowmobile Club. The New England Outdoor Center, 45 minutes away, offers snowmobile rentals and guided trips.


Ski among breathtaking winter surroundings, near or far! You’ll find the closest ski and tubing resort, only a 15 minute drive, at King Pine, known for its family-friendly atmosphere, affordability and consistent snow conditions.  Or, venture further and put your skills to the test at Wildcat, where some say is the best expert area. Beginners have been said to favor Bretton Woods and Cranmore. If you spend the day at Bretton Woods, check out the Mount Washington Hotel lobby while you’re there; the view off the back veranda is jaw dropping. Snowpak gives their list of the 9 best ski resorts in NH including an interactive map, highlights, AND trail maps!  New Hampshire has the most extensive network of cross-country ski trails in the east and a rich history dating back to 1914. New England Travel Today points to the best cross-country skiing in New England including four in New Hampshire and some best kept secrets. Find out more about skiing in the White Mountains and ski resorts across all regions New Hampshire.


New Hampshire has the most extensive network of cross-country ski trails in the east and a rich history dating back to 1914. New England Travel Today points to the best cross-country skiing in New England including four in New Hampshire. New Hampshire Magazine reveals the hidden secrets of a cross country skier with an in depth look into where, how and why. New Hampshire State Parks, forests and recreational rail trails are popular places for snowshoeing and cross country; here’s some recommendations from the New Hampshire State Parks website.


North Conway, less than an hour’s drive away, also known as the outlet capital of New Hampshire (Tax Free!) will keep you busy for a full day or more. North Conway Village, another storybook setting, surrounded by the Presidential Mountain Range with the Conway Scenic Railway station at its heart, is home to a collection of over 100 independent shops and eateries. You’ll find fun pubs, cafés, galleries, live entertainment, nearby skiing, mountain bike trails, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. For true outlet shopping you’ll find another 100 stores at the North Conway NH outlets and malls about 10 minutes away. We can’t mention North Conway without mentioning the very popular Diana’s Baths located 2.5 miles from North Conway Village. Expect crowds and parking issues during popular times but there’s a reason it’s popular; it’s beautiful.


Mount Washington, the region’s highest peak, with a cog railway to its summit is a destination in and of itself but surrounded by enough activities to easily fill a week’s time. Most kids raised in New England have memories of day trips to Story Land, Santa’s Village, Clarks Trading Post (now Clarks Bears) or the Flume Gorge or once owned a station wagon with an I climbed Mt. Washington bumper sticker.  Mount Washington Valley attractions offer something for everyone and for all seasons.