Hey Guys! So remember a few weekends ago when Matt & dos went on a road trip to NH?? Well sorry this post is coming a little later than expected, but I’m here to recap our weekend & give you a little travel guide to Lake Winnipesauke.
Now, let’s be honest here, I am not an expert when it comes to Lake Winnipesauke, I’ve only visited the lake twice, so I still have a lot more to discover. But I wanted to whip up a quick beginners guide to the lake for you all!
So let’s jump into it!
Luckily enough Matt actually has a place on Lake Winnipesaukee, so I haven’t had the pleasure of staying in a local hotel. However after doing some research, I found a great resort for you guys to try out….
This resort is located in downtown Meredith NH, and is right on the lake! Need I say more?? As I’ve said before, I’ve never actually stayed here but I have walked on the property to take pictures and let’s just say it’s a stunner.
Oh God. There is sooooo much to do here at Lake Winnipesaukee.
From taking out a boat to just relaxing on the beach, Lake Winnipesaukee is a perfect New England road trip destination.
As you all know though, I love doing touristy things. Touristy things are just fun! So below I’ve listed some of my favorite tourist attractions on the lake.
If it’s your first time at Lake Winnipesaukee and you want to get a good view of the lake, then this scenic cruise is for you. I literally made Matt pull the car over so I could watch the ferry & snap some pictures. Sadly it was super rainy during our stay, but I’m determined to ride the Mount Washington Cruise, hopefully on our next visit to the lake.
Shopping? Yes please! Oh & did I mention this little shopping center also has a Ben & Jerry’s! What’s better than that.
Matt & I spent all Sunday exploring Wolfeboro, which is actually considered the oldest summer resort in America (FYI). The town is a quintessential New England town. From historic homes to charming little shops, this town sums up a New England lifestyle.
Overall there is so much to do on the lake, that I’ll 100% be doing another post showcasing more idyllic spots, later this summer.
Also if you love boats, this place is for you. The lake has ferry rides, rental boats, and even antique boats available for a cruise. The lake was filled to the rim with beautiful boats, like the one pictured above. So if you are all about those boats, boats, boats then start planning your trip to the lake.
There is something so charming about an old wooden boat, anyone else agree?
I can’t wait to go back to the lake, so please write any future recommendations down below in the comments.
Matt & I are thinking about going up for 4th of July weekend, which I’m so excited about.
I hope everyone had a wonderful and safe weekend. xx A.
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This makes me miss New England so much! I used to go every summer with my parents. Great post!
Pretty photos!! I love your neutral outfit with the pop of color bag 🙂
I adore you photography! Do you mind me asking what camera and lens do you use?
Tamara – LoveofMode.com
I use a 50 MM when shooting outfit pictures and the 18-55 mm for travel posts! xx A.
Your photos are gorgeous, Aubrey! I’ve never been to New Hampshire, but it’s definitely on my list! Lake Winnipesauke looks amazing.
Natalie | Natalie Was Here
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