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Lakes Region, New Hampshire

Lakes Region, NH

Home to America’s oldest summer resort town, iconic Wolfeboro on Lake Winnipesaukee, the Lakes Region of New Hampshire has attracted families to its postcard-worthy shores and quaint New England towns for centuries.

Our collection of New Hampshire lakes vacation rentals provides an escape from modern life with homes on Weirs Beach, Meredith, Shell Camp Lake, and Lake Winnipesaukee. Each of our Lake Winnipesaukee cabin rentals lies on forested grounds with easy access to the lake for swimming, boating, and fishing in the summer, and spectacular leaf-peeping in the fall. Many offer private beaches and docks.

Our team of year-round Lakes Region locals will help you feel right at home with recommendations for kayaking routes, evening strolls and family-friendly restaurants.

 

Moultonborough
With Lake Winnipesaukee to the South, wildlife-rich Squam Lake to the North, and sleepy Lake Kanasatka in between, the historic town of Moultonborough is the heart and soul of the Lakes Region. Take in a morning at the farmers market. Later, explore the surrounding woodlands by foot and the local waterways by boat. Moultonborough features many of New Hampshire’s most impressive waterfront homes. The Natural Retreats curated collection of vacation rentals includes private timber lodges with floor-to-ceiling windows and private docks and private beach access, and charming bungalows on wooded grounds with covered verandas. Many offer panoramic views and direct access to the lake.

Meredith
This charming township on Lake Winnipesaukee’s scenic Meredith Bay is defined by its storybook landscapes and New England charm. Sample the offerings of a local winemaker, take in a production at the Summer Theater, and experience the thrill of a zipline tour through the forest canopy. The Natural Retreats collection of vacation rentals in Meredith highlights the area’s architectural diversity with a mix of midcentury modern ranches, family homes, and cozy beach cabins—many offering waterfront access and proximity to Meredith Village.

Weirs Beach
Located on the southern shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, Weirs Beach offers a magical escape to a resort town that has turned back time. It’s a destination like no other, with pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters—all set against the backdrop of a charming town in the heart of the White Mountains. The town of Weirs Beach is as unique as it is fun, offering a drive-in theater, a vibrant boardwalk, and a pier with a variety of shops, restaurants, and boutiques. Many of the Natural Retreats Collection of homes offer private beaches and docks.  

 

Silver Lake
Surrounded by an enchanted New England forest, Silver Lake is a favorite among hikers, mountain bikers, and those who love lake life. And what’s not to love? The destination is famous for its many secluded swimming spots and beaches, including the renowned Nichols Beach. Natural Retreats offers cabin rentals with private beaches and docks.

Tuftonboro
Quaint and lively, Tuftonboro lies on the western shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, offering the best of New England lake life—from exploring uninhabited islands to fishing and canoeing. Landside activities are just as diverse. Tour historic homes dating back to the 1770s. Later, take an extended hike in the surrounding woodlands where native blue finch and loons abound. Natural Retreats offers cabin rentals with easy access to the lake and spectacular leaf-peeping in the Fall. Many of the homes offer private beaches and docks.

Wolfeboro
Widely considered “the oldest Summer resort town in America,” Wolfeboro is an immersive experience. Dating back to the 1750s, this lakeside retreat features year-round dining, shopping, and entertainment, as well as plenty of hiking, biking, and beautiful sandy beaches. It also offers an abundance of history. Take in the Wright Museum of World War II, the Libby Museum of Natural History, and the New Hampshire Boat Museum. Many of the Natural Retreats cabin rentals here on Lake Winnipesaukee lie tucked away in secluded woodlands with easy access to swimming, boating, fishing, and spectacular leaf-peeping in the Fall.  Some offer private beaches and docks.  

 

Lake Winnisquam
As beautiful as it is unique, Lake Winnisquam connects Lake Winnipesaukee and the Merrimack River, offering an abundance of activities on the water and beyond. Take a boat, either by paddle or motor, to explore one of Lake Winnipesaukee’s five islands. Hike the surrounding forest. Or hit the links on one of Lake Winnisquam’s historic golf courses. Many  Natural Retreats cabin rentals feature easy access to swimming, boating, fishing, and spectacular leaf-peeping in the Fall. Some offer private beaches and docks.  

 

Lake Shell Camp
Located in the historic town of Gilmanton, Lake Shell Camp turns back time for all who visit. It’s a destination that dates all the way back to pre-colonial times—and today, there is so much to see and do. Explore Meadow Pond State Forest or take to the waters of Lake Shell Camp by boat. Ella Stroud Memorial Forest and Shaker State Forest lie just to the south of the lake and offer spectacular hiking and mountain biking. Many of the Natural Retreats collection of cabin rentals feature easy access to swimming, boating, fishing, and spectacular leaf-peeping in the Fall. Some offer private beaches and docks.  

 

Lake Kanasatka
With Lake Winnipesaukee to the South, beautiful Squam Lake to the North, and sleepy Lake Kanasatka in between, this storybook realm features many of New Hampshire’s most impressive waterfront homes. The Natural Retreats collection of hand-picked vacation rentals includes private timber lodges with floor-to-ceiling windows and private docks with private beach access, and charming bungalows on wooded grounds with covered verandas. Many offer panoramic views and direct access to the lake.