Lake Kanasatka is a body of water located in New Hampshire in the Lakes Region of the state. It is situated in the town of Moultonborough in Western Carroll County. It is 358 acres wide and reaches a maximum depth of 40 feet. On average, its depth is 18 feet. The lake is located at an altitude of 513 feet above sea level.
According to the New Hampshire Fish and Game department, the pond is home to various species of warm water fish, including small mouth bass, large mouth bass, chain pickerel, white perch, yellow perch, sunfish and brown bullhead. The lake is accessible to the public via a cartop launch at its southernmost tip.
The lake is just a half-mile north of another local body of water: Lake Winnipesaukee. While the two are located in extremely close proximity, Lake Kanasatka is actually positioned nine vertical feet higher than Lake Winnipesaukee.
Lake Kanasatka was once known as Long Pond, primarily due to its long, thin shape. Many early maps of the area still reflect this name. See the depth map for Lake Kanasatka for more information.