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About Kezar Lake
Located in an area known far and wide for year round activities, Kezar Lake in North Sutton, New Hampshire, offers a variety of recreation both in the water and on land. The lake has an island perfect for an afternoon getaway, plenty of accommodations near shore and a wealth of surrounding regions to explore. Optimal for a romantic weekend away, a solo reflection trip or a time to detox from the digital world, Kezar Lake is a New England destination that’s as scenic and serene as it gets.
Things to do in Kezar Lake
The friendly, quiet waters of Kezar Lake are ideal for a relaxing time. During the summer months, rent a kayak or canoe and head out on the water. Take in the scenic views while fishing, or enjoy the shoreline as you sail across the lake. Hike the trails around Lake Kezar, or have a picnic on the island. Take a bike ride around the lake; it only takes an hour or so. The foliage is absolutely stunning during the autumn months, but winter paints a pretty picture, too. Cold weather sports include downhill skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and more. Cross country skiing is another popular pastime of the region. Check out one of Kezar Lake’s oldest lakeside communities, located to the west. The shores are lined with beautiful old homes and shaded walking paths.
Day trips from Kezar Lake
Kezar Lake is in New Hampshire’s Sunapee/Dartmouth region, south of New London. The lake is part of Wadleigh State Park’s swimming access area. Wadleigh State Park is a 50-acre land plot with tall pine trees, trails and playing fields. It’s a popular destination for picnics and recreation. A 75-mile hiking trail that links four state parks, three state forests and one state wildlife management area, known as the Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway, passes through Wadleigh. From there, hikers can reach Mount Sunapee, Winslow, Rollins state parks; Gile Kearsarge and Shadow Hill state forests; and Bog Mountain wildlife management area. North Sutton is near Mount Sunnapee and Ragged Mountain, two renowned ski resorts of New Hampshire. It’s also near New London, New Hampshire, which has various points of attractions. Lake Sunapee and Pleasant Lake are noteworthy lakes in the state located nearby. The Ice House Museum in New London houses a special collection of automobiles that will fascinate visitors of all ages. The Philbrick-Cricenti Bog Trail, a unique hike that showcases plants from a tundra environment, is also located in New London. Day trips from Kezar Lake can also take visitors to the Massachusetts’ capital city of Boston, Vermont’s capital of Montpelier, or Maine’s capital of Augusta in less than three hours by car.
Kezar Lake accommodations
Serene and scenic describe the housing options around North Sutton. The most well-known accommodation near Kezar Lake is Follansbee Inn, which is right across the street from the water. Staying at Kezar Lake offers visitors a chance to unwind in a simple, uncluttered setting. The space is noteworthy for its absence of digital gizmos and gadgets -- no televisions in either the guest or common rooms. The inn also offers guests unlimited use of their canoes, kayaks and bikes, so no rentals are necessary. Room are also available for rent less than 10 miles from North Sutton in Mount Sunapee and Bradford, New Hampshire.
Transportation in Kezar Lake
The best way to get to Kezar Lake is by car. Major routes include into North Sutton include Interstate 89 and New Hampshire Route 11. Once in the lake area, walking and biking are additional options.