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Dan Hole Pond is a body of water in New Hampshire. It is situated in the Lakes Region of the state and runs through the towns of Ossipee and Tuftonboro in Carroll County. It is 443 acres wide and reaches a maximum depth of 130 feet. On average, depth is 57 feet. The pond is located at an altitude of 827 feet above see level.
According to the New Hampshire Fish and Game department, the pond is home to various species of cold water fish, including brook trout, lake trout, chain pickerel, horned pout and landlocked salmon. The pond has a public water access site that includes a canoe/cartop area, a shorebank and a ramp.
Dan Hole Pond sits adjacent to the Dan Hole Pond Conservation area, the Roland Park Conservation Land and the Ossipee Mountains. There is also a campground on site. Water from the pond drains through the Dan Hole River and, eventually, through the Saco River located in the nearby state of Maine. The pond is a part of the Ossipee Lake watershed. Its primary inflow is Bodge Brook.
See the depth map for Dan Hole Pond for more information.