1. Lake Winnipesaukee
Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest lake in New Hampshire and is located in the Lakes Region. It is home to more than 250 islands and inlets and is a highly visited tourist destination year-round.
2. Lake Sunapee
Lake Sunapee is located in western New Hampshire and is the fifth-largest lake located entirely in New Hampshire.
3. Lake Winnisquam
Lake Winnisquam is located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. At 4,214 acres, it is the fourth-largest lake in the state.
4. Newfound Lake
Newfound Lake is the deepest lake in the entire state of New Hampshire. It is one of the cleanest lakes in the state, being fed by eight underground springs.
5. Squam Lake
Squam Lake is located in the Lakes Region, just south of the White Mountains and northwest of Lake Winnipesaukee. The largest town center on the lake is Holderness. Squam Lake has about 30 named islands and numerous unnamed islets.
6. Conway Lake
Conway Lake is located in eastern New Hampshire in Conway and Eaton, just to the east of the White Mountains, and is part of the Saco River watershed.
7. Pawtuckaway Lake
Pawtuckaway Lake is a reservoir located in southeastern New Hampshire, in the town of Nottingham.
8. Silver Lake
Silver Lake is located in eastern New Hampshire. The village of Silver Lake within Madison lies at the north end of the lake.
9. Ossipee Lake
Ossipee Lake is the sixth-largest lake in the state and is fed by four different rivers.