Lakes of New Hampshire

This is a list of lakes in the U.S. state of New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services lists 944 lakes and impoundments in their Official List of Public Waters. The water bodies that are listed include natural lakes and reservoirs, including areas on rivers impounded behind dams. Wikipedia articles have been written about the following New Hampshire lakes:

Lake Area (acres) Area (hectares)
Akers Pond 276.3 111.8
Arlington Mill Reservoir 268.6 108.7
Ashuelot Pond 361.5 146.3
Ayers Island Reservoir 500.0 202.3
Baboosic Lake 222 90
Back Lake 347.7 140.1
Baxter Lake 294.9 119.3
Bellamy Reservoir 382.2 154.7
Bow Lake 1,160.7 469.7
Broad Bay 463.8 187.7
Canaan Street Lake 303.0 122.6
Canobie Lake 373.4 151.1
Cedar Pond 78 32
Chocorua Lake 222 90
Christine Lake 197 80
Cobbetts Pond 302.1 122.3
Comerford Reservoir 1,093.0 442.3
Contoocook Lake 380.0 153.8
Conway Lake 1,299.0 525.7
Country Pond 255.0 103.2
Crystal Lake (Enfield) 404.4 163.7
Crystal Lake (Gilmanton) 440.9 178.4
Crystal Lake (Manchester) 18.6 7.5
Dan Hole Pond 443.3 179.4
Deering Reservoir 315.4 127.6
Dublin Pond 240 97
Eastman Pond 335.0 135.6
Echo Lake (Franconia Notch) 38.2 15.5
Echo Lake (North Conway) 15.7 6.4
First Connecticut Lake 3,071.0 1,242.8
Fourth Connecticut Lake 1.8 0.74
Francis, Lake (Murphy Dam) 1,933.8 782.6
Franklin Pierce Lake 483.4 195.6
Goose Pond 624.6 252.8
Grafton Pond 321.0 129.9
Great East Lake 1,829.6 740.4
Great Pond 268.0 108.5
Greenough Pond 234 95
Halfmoon Lake 282.4 114.3
Harrisville Pond 138 56
Highland Lake 712.0 288.1
Hopkins Pond (Adder Pond) 27 11
Horn Pond 227 92
Island Pond (Cheshire County) 179 72
Island Pond (Rockingham County) 531.6 215.1
Ivanhoe, Lake 68 28
Jenness Pond 266.9 108.0
Kanasatka, Lake 371.0 150.1
Lakes of the Clouds 0.6 0.24
Little Squam Lake 408.1 165.1
Little Sunapee Lake 472.0 191.0
Locke Lake 149 60
Lonesome Lake 12.2 4.9
Lovell Lake 538.0 217.7
Mascoma Lake 1,165.3 471.6
Massabesic Lake 2,561.4 1,036.6
Massasecum, Lake 401.7 162.6
McIndoes Reservoir 545.0 220.6
Mendums Pond 252.7 102.3
Merrymeeting Lake 1,233.0 499.0
Milton Pond 270.5 109.5
Mirror Lake 332.8 134.7
Monomonac, Lake 593.8 240.3
Moore Reservoir 3,490.0 1,412.3
Newfound Lake 4,450.7 1,801.2
Northeast Pond 682.7 276.4
Northwood Lake 653.0 264.3
Nubanusit Lake 715.0 289.3
Opechee Bay 449.0 181.7
Ossipee Lake 3,245.3 1,313.4
Paugus Bay 1,220.0 493.7
Pawtuckaway Lake 783.4 317.0
Pemigewasset Lake 255.8 103.5
Penacook Lake 360.0 145.7
Pine River Pond 570.4 230.8
Pleasant Lake (Deerfield) 479.0 193.8
Pleasant Lake (New London) 606.0 245.2
Pontook Reservoir 280.0 113.3
Powder Mill Pond 435.0 176.0
Powwow Pond 285.3 115.5
Profile Lake 13 5.3
Province Lake 967.1 391.4
Sebbins Pond 20 8.1
Second Connecticut Lake 1,102.1 446.0
Silver Lake (Harrisville) 332.7 134.6
Silver Lake (Hollis) 39 16
Silver Lake (Madison) 969.4 392.3
Skatutakee Lake 228 92
Solitude, Lake 4.6 1.9
Spofford Lake 738.8 299.0
Squam Lake 6,790.7 2,748.2
Stinson Lake 350.0 141.6
Stump Pond (Balch Pond) 570.7 230.9
Success Pond 290.0 117.4
Sunapee, Lake 4,136.2 1,673.9
Suncook Lakes 697.0 282.1
Sunrise Lake 256.9 104.0
Sunset Lake (Lakes Region) 252.7 102.3
Surry Mountain Lake 265.0 107.2
Swains Lake 348.8 141.2
Tarleton, Lake 334.3 135.3
Third Connecticut Lake 231 93
Thorndike Pond 248.7 100.6
Turkey Ponds 339.0 137.2
Tuxbury Pond 119 48
Umbagog Lake 7,538.9 3,051.0
Waukewan, Lake 928.3 375.7
Weare Reservoir 279.1 113.0
Webster Lake 612.0 247.7
Wentworth, Lake 3,115.6 1,260.9
White Oak Pond 291.0 117.8
Wickwas Lake 350.1 141.7
Winnipesaukee, Lake 44,586.0 18,043.1
Winnisquam Lake 4,237.5 1,714.9

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