Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology

Lake Winnipesaukee is located in central New Hampshire and is the largest lake in the state. Weirs Beach is a popular tourist spot located on the southern shore of the lake, which features several recreational activities including boating and swimming. The lake has a rich history dating back to the Native American tribes who first inhabited the area, and later played an important role in the logging and milling industries. The lake's hydrology is influenced by its many tributaries, including the Merrimack River and several smaller streams, and is also affected by the snowpack during the winter months. The lake is a popular destination for fishing and water sports, and is also used for agricultural irrigation.

July 13, 2024







Gage Height, Ft 24hr Change 0.3%
Percent of Normal 84%
Minimum 2.72 ft
Maximum 4.5 ft
Average 4 ft

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Northwood Meadows State Park

Northwood Meadows State Park is a 674-acre park located in the state of New Hampshire. The park offers visitors a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, and picnicking. Visitors can also enjoy the park's scenic views of the Northwood Lake and Great Bay. One of the main attractions of the park is the extensive trail system that offers a range of hiking options for visitors of all skill levels. The trails wind through forests, marshes, and along the shores of Northwood Lake, providing ample opportunities for wildlife viewing and bird watching. Another point of interest at Northwood Meadows State ...