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Weirs Beach has long been a favorite destination for day trippers and vacationers alike. The name Weirs is named after a fishing weir of woven branches set in a water way to catch passing fish. The native inhabitants had established one of the region's largest settlements at the Acquadocton Village located at the point now known as the Weirs.
My earliest memories of going to Winnipesaukee definitely include walking the pier at the Weirs. Lined with Arcades on one side, a huge sugar white sand beach on the end and the biggest pier I had ever seen, this (0 comments)
winnipesaukee: Melvin Village, NH on Lake Winnipesaukee - 04/14/07 09:07 AM
Melvin Village is a small area within the boundries of Tuftonboro, NH. On a ride through Melvin Village, if you blink you may pass right through! All said, Melvin Village is a bit of an oasis on NH Route 109. Suddenly you are transported to another era, one of charm and pride in home ownership. From the extensive waterfront estates to the quaint New England farm houses, all hugging the shores of Melvin Bay on Lake Winnipesaukee, it is no wonder properties in this village are rarely on the market.
Along the center of Melvin Village, there's a small (0 comments)
winnipesaukee: Has "Global Warming" changed your marketplace? - 04/09/07 10:55 AM
I realize in New Hampshire we can't count on the weather. Infact, if it wasn't for the weather, what would we complain about? As I was shivering yesterday, Easter Sunday, looking out the window to see snow falling, it dawned on me how beautiful it was Christmas day. Infact, it was in the 50's and we enjoyed goofing around outside in light weight jackets. Around these parts, it's supposed to be in the 20's Christmas with beautiful white snow covering the trees. This doesn't usually happen on Easter Sunday! The Lakes Region of New Hampshire has long been a vacation destination. Infact, the (2 comments)
winnipesaukee: Meredith, New Hampshire - 04/09/07 09:46 AM
Meredith, New Hampshire is the perfect setting for a wedding! (As can be testified to on almost any weekend of the year!) An idealic New England town, Meredith has transformed itself from a mill town to a happening spot. The mill that had fallen to disrepair, has been transformed in to an inside mall. Mill Falls sits in the center of town and boasts specialty shops, an Inn and restaurants. The changes in Meredith have enabled this once seasonal destination into a year round place to be. A terrific sight to behold is the annual Rotary Fishing Derby held every February on Meredith Bay, Lake Winnipesaukee. The view of (0 comments)
Moultonborough Village appears much as it did at the turn of the century, a small spread out town at the northern tip of Lake Winnipesaukee . Moultonborough boasts the most waterfront of any New Hampshire town with 68 miles of shoreline from Winnipesaukee alone, as well as frontage on Squam Lake, Lake Kanasatka, Lee's Pond and other smaller ponds, and streams. Attractions in Moultonboro include the famous Castle in the Clouds, a mansion built in the early 1900's by Robert Plant at a cost of more than $7 million dollars. Today visitors can tour this magnificent architectural wonder and (0 comments)
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