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Beach - Resorts and Lodges in New Hampshire
No matter whether you’re looking for a private lakefront beach or sun-kissed seaside sand, you’ll find your beach bummer’s paradise in New Hampshire! The shoreline fun begins on the seacoast, where five state park beaches overlook the Atlantic Ocean. Tan, swim, or explore the waters at Hampton Beach State Park, North Beach, North Hampton State Beach, Jenness State Beach, or Wallis Sands State Park. For some freshwater fun, explore 400 feet of private beach at the Margate on Winnipesaukee or soak in the sun on 1,000 feet of sandy shores at Naswa Resort. The beach is always within reach in New Hampshire!
With direct access to Lake Winnipesaukee, The Margate features the largest private beach on the lake - 400 feet of white sand for you to enjoy! Try your hand in a sandcastle contest or rent the resort's kayaks and canoes. The Beach Bar offers lunch, dinner and live entertainment - a gem on New Hampshire's largest lake!
Lake Winnipesaukee provides 1,000 feet of beautiful beach for your getaway at Naswa Resort. Here, you can indulge in a range of exciting lake beach fun including fishing, swimming and waterskiing. Don't forget to bring your boat! You can dock it right at the resort. For a simpler, more relaxed day, enjoy a picnic on the shore or watch the sun set...
Located just a half-mile from the beautiful beaches of Lake Winnepesaukee, Summit Resort is the perfect place for your next New Hampshire vacation. Enjoy a relaxing walk over to the shores and spend an afternoon soaking up the sun and lounging out on the warm sand. There are a variety of marinas around the lake that offer boating and watercraft...
New Hampshire Top List Picks
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