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Squam Lake New Hampshire Boat Rentals

 

Riveredge Marina

RiverEdge Marina - RiverEdge has the most diverse rental boat fleet on Squam Lake, winter storage, boat slip sales, summer slip rental, valet service, bath and shower house, town beach, clubhouse, barbeque areas, internet access and a ship store stocked to meet the needs of any customer.

 

 

Holderness Harbor - Offering seasonal boathouse and open slip rentals in a protected no wake cove, valet/dry stack storage, off premises boat trailer storage and the exclusive Holderness Harbor Club. The main building is home to the Asquam Marina Ship Store, business office, Boathouse Café,  bathroom facilities and the Harborview Room (function room and Holderness Harbor Clubhouse).

 

  

Squam Boat Livery - Squam Boat Liver has been located in Holderness  since the turn of the century. It is a family owned and operated business. They offer sales, rentals and shop services of many different style boats.

 

Experience Squam Excursions -  Experience Squam Lake aboard a 21' Sea Ray Bow-Rider. Bask in the sun or stay shaded under the boat's canopy. Anchor in quiet coves or off sandy beaches, swim or jump off the boat. This is the perfect excursion for those who'd like to rent a boat for a day or a couple of hours, but are leery of navigating Squam's shallow and rocky waterways, and don't want to have to get a boater's license. Bathroom facilities are accessible on several public islands. All of their boat operators are commercially licensed and insured and have 25 years of boating experience on Squam.

 -  Experience Squam Lake aboard a 21' Sea Ray Bow-Rider. Bask in the sun or stay shaded under the boat's canopy. Anchor in quiet coves or off sandy beaches, swim or jump off the boat. This is the perfect excursion for those who'd like to rent a boat for a day or a couple of hours, but are leery of navigating Squam's shallow and rocky waterways, and don't want to have to get a boater's license. Bathroom facilities are accessible on several public islands. All of their boat operators are commercially licensed and insured and have 25 years of boating experience on Squam.

   

Recreation in the Lakes Region Area

 

The Squam Lakes Association (SLA) is dedicated to conserving the lakes and surrounding area. In cooperation with local and state authorities and other conservation organizations, the Association promotes the protection, careful use and shared enjoyment of the lakes, mountains, forests, open spaces and wildlife of the Squam Lakes Region. Since 1904 the Squam Lakes Association has worked to preserve the character of the Squam Lakes.

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Little Squam

Little Squam
Little Squam Lake is a 408-acre of  water body located in Grafton County in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire, United States, in the towns of Holderness and Ashland. The lake connects upstream via a short channel to Squam Lake in Holderness. The two lakes are maintained at a common water level by a dam located one mile downstream from the outlet of Little Squam Lake, on the Squam River, a tributary of the Pemigewasset River.

Holderness NH

Holderness NH
Holderness New Hampshire is home to Squam Lake where the Movie on Golden Pond was filmed. If you looking to purchase a new home in the Lakes Region area contact Jackie Elliott Realtor at New Hampshire Colonials 603-968-7615 ex 105. P.O. box 550 Holderness New Hampshire 03245

Squam Lake

Squam Lake
Squam Lake History


Squam Lake is located 40 miles north of Concord, and is a natural, spring-fed bodies of water consisting of a small and large lake connected by a channel. The Squam Lakes are not only rich in natural beauty but history as well. Squam Lakes’ earliest inhabitants were from the Abenaki Nation of the Algonguin Federation of Indians.

Originally, they referred to Squam as Keeseenunknipee, which meant “the goose lake in the highlands”. The white settlers that followed shortened the name to Casumpa, Kusumpy and/or Kesumpe around 1779. In the early 1800’s, the lake was given another Abenaki name, Asquam, which means water. Finally, in the early 1900’s, Asquam was shortened to its present version, Squam.

If you're not familiar with Squam Lake, it is New Hampshire's second largest lake offering magnificent mountain scenery and unspoiled beauty. It is 7,700 acres with 65 miles of shoreline to explore. The area offers many enjoyable activities such as boating, fishing, hiking, and biking. Dining and shopping are among the finest in New Hampshire. Area attractions offer fun for the whole family. Browse through some of our web links to peruse this beautiful Lakes Region.

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