Squam Lake is a body of water located in central New Hampshire in the Lakes Region of the state. It is situated in parts of Grafton, Carroll and Belknap Counties, and can be seen in the towns of Holderness, Sandwich, Moultonborough and Center Harbor. The lake has a total surface area of 6,791 acres, making it the second largest lake in the state.
Tons of off-water activities are also available in the Squam Lake area. Visitors can explore the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, as well as a number of local nature preserves. There are also opportunities for hiking, biking, zip lining, rock climbing and more. In the winter, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing and ice skating are fun options. In the towns surrounding Squam Lake, there are various art galleries, live theater, shopping and more. For more information, visit the Squam Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce or check out the Squam Lake depth map.