Meredith is in the heart of the Lakes Region, nestled among New Hampshire's largest lakes. Family attractions, historic sites and historical societies, fishing derbys, summer concerts, country fairs, nature tours and fun festivals provide enjoyment for all interests and ages.Search Homes
You dip your hand into the crystal clear waters of Lake Winnippesaukee, relaxing with the rise and fall of your boat, the gentle slapping of waves against its side. As your boat rolls with the waves, you gaze at the town's shoreline. Meredith's iconic church steeple points to the sky, a symbol of the beautifully classic New England architecture along the city streets. The sun dapples the many anchored boats bobbing on the water, and you absorb the sizzle and smell of frying fish on the breeze, along with notes from a band playing on the dock. After a long work week, you finally have a day off, and you don't need to travel to find a spot for guilt-free lounging. Home - Meredith, NH - is as good as it gets.Search Listings
Meredith owns close proximity to both Highway 93, the central vein of New Hampshire, and Lake Winnipesaukee – the state’s most cherished retreat, which makes it a true gem of the Lakes Region. Meredith’s most recent population in 2015 recorded 6,325 residents. Meredith Village is the commercial hub of the town, while Meredith Center is nearer to Lake Wickwas. It is less commercial and close to several state-protected natural areas.
Not many people know how enjoyable lake life can be in the winter, but there are just as many activities and events around Winnipesaukee during the frozen months. The downtown area rejuvenates holiday spirit with beautiful window displays, décor, and sparkling white lights along the snow drifted boardwalk. If you want to give your family a real New England Christmas, full of childlike wonder and romance, there is nowhere like Meredith to experience it.
Leavitt Beach and Waukewan Beach are popular swimming spots. Launch your boat into Lake Winnie from Meredith Town Docks, Brown’s Boat Basin, or Meredith Neck. From Meredith, you can easily find your way to the popular “4,000 footers” hikes around the state, but the Waukewan Highlands are within the town borders – they are a managed forest area with popular, accessible walking trails. The Oak Hill Golf Course is also a popular retreat. Even the adults look forward to the annual Rubber Ducky Race in July, with cash prizes for a select few victors from thousands of little ducks that float down Mill Falls and travel to Meredith Bay. Late August brings the annual Lakes Region Fine Arts and Crafts Festival, which has been a town tradition for almost 40 years.
Even on rainy days in Meredith, you’ll never have a quiet moment. Winnipesaukee Playhouse and the Interlakes Summer Theatre are always performing quality plays that are fun for all ages. Close proximity to Barnz’s movie theater is a bonus, because movie theaters are sprinkled pretty thinly through New Hampshire. Experience Meredith’s sculpture walk downtown, which hosts almost 3 dozen sculptures along Main Street and throughout the Mill Falls Marketplace gardens. They also have an active public library.
Mill Falls Marketplace is a beautiful spot to shop – with multiple levels inside, treat yourself to some gummy bears from Lee’s Candy or Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, and peruse the books at Innisfree Bookshop. The brick walkways and 40 foot waterfall enhance the experience even more, along with ever-present views of Lake Winnie. The rest of downtown Meredith is full of little shops boasting arts and crafts, organic foods and beauty products, even popular board and card games. Best of all the shop owners are proud of what they sell and always happy to assist you or chat about life in Meredith.
You dip your hand into the crystal clear waters of Lake Winnipesaukee, relaxing with the rise and fall of your boat, the gentle slapping of waves against its side. As your boat rolls with the waves, you gaze at the town’s shoreline. Meredith’s iconic church steeple points to the sky, a symbol of the beautifully classic New England architecture along the city streets. The sun dapples the many anchored boats bobbing on the water, and you absorb the sizzle and smell of frying fish on the breeze, along with notes from a band playing on the dock. After a long work week, you finally have a day off, and you don’t need to travel to find a spot for guilt-free lounging. Home - Meredith, NH – is as good as it gets.Get A Copy Search Homes
If you are looking for a fun family vacation or a weekend getaway for two, Gunstock is New Hampshire's closest major ski area with breathtaking views of Lake Winnipesaukee. Enjoy the best of New Hampshire where you can Ski, Snowboard, Tube, Cross Country Ski, Snowshoe, or ride a FatTire Bike on our 32 miles of Cross Country trails, and try out our all-new Mountain Coaster. Gunstock's 100% energy efficient and high capacity snowmaking guarantees great conditions all winter, day and night. And when you’re done, the Winnipesaukee Lakes Region offers great dining, lodging and entertainment. Don't forget all of our Summer activities - Ziplining, Off-Road Segway Tours, Aerial Treetop Adventure, Discover Zone, and our new Mountain Coaster! Come camping and enjoy our miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. We can't wait to see you on the mountain!Visit Website
Club Motorsports is a premiere country club for enthusiasts of vintage and performance cars and motorcycles at the edge of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. On hundreds of rolling wooded acres with breathtaking views, we’ve built a heart-pounding ribbon through the woods: 15 turns over 2.5 miles with an elevation change of 250 feet.Visit Website
The Winnipesaukee Sportsman's Club was formed in 1969 by a group of locals interested in hunting and fishing. The 18 acres of land off NH 109 in Moultonborough was acquired from Bud Ambrose. At a later date a small building was purchased which became the club house. We now own 27 acres, a lot of this is wet land, but we have enough to expand a little. Most all work done at the range is volunteer. Shooting is allowed 9AM to sunset Monday through Saturday and 11AM to sunset on Sunday.Visit Website
The Laconia Country club was established in 1922, is situated on over 200 acres in Laconia, and is the only private country club on the western side of Lake Winnipesaukee! Nestled between Lake Opeechee and Lake Winnipesaukee, Laconia Country Club is a convenient drive from Alton, Belmont, Gilford, Gilmanton, Meredith, Moultonborough, Sanbornton, and Tilton. There are plenty of opportunities for you to make your own history here. This is the perfect backdrop for any bride's wedding and reception, for your company or charity's all-important golf outing — even the place where your family chooses to put down roots or vacation for the summer.Visit Website
Owned and operated by Castle Preservation Society since 2006, Lucknow is now open to the public for guests to enjoy. Revel in the beauty of the views, while taking in the magnificent features Plant had installed in his home. Enjoy a self-guided tour as if time stood still in the early 1900s. Rooms are set up as if Tom and Olive had just stepped out for the day, and vintage apparel adorns the house in closets. Experience life through the eyes of the Plants, image yourself living in the mansion with spectacular views from every room. Search for the innovations of the time – central vacuuming, ammonia brine refrigeration, intercom systems.Visit Website
Bald Peak, the only lakeside private country club in New Hampshire, offers 850 acres of unspoiled natural beauty with breathtaking views. In this idyllic setting, members enjoy golf on a challenging Donald Ross course, clay court tennis, water sports, beach activities, and an endless array of social, dining and junior events. While the superb facilities and natural beauty are incomparable, the lifelong friendships fostered through fun filled summers are the true treasures of Bald Peak. Our members come to the lake for complete relaxation and to enjoy the peaceful natural surroundings with their families. Bald Peak provides an added dimension to life at the lake by offering exceptional dining, a chance for young children and teens to gather and meet friends, and an endless variety of social and sporting events for adults. Whether you prefer traditional golf tournaments, bridge, a casual game of tennis, arts and crafts, swimming, kayaking or mountain climbing, there are activities for you at Bald Peak.Visit Website
New Hampton School is a dynamic, innovative learning community. They serve as lifelong learners as well as global citizens. New Hampton offers an individually customized curriculum that allows you to create the perfect mix of project-based experience and challenging courses to allow you to achieve your greatest potential. New Hampton School instills in its students the core values of respect and responsibility. These two core values of New Hampton is what enhances the students as well as the staffs potential for success.Visit Website
Holderness school is a private, coeducational college-preparatory school in Holderness, near Plymouth, New Hampshire. Holderness prides itself in not just grading students, but pushing them to develop a lifelong passion for learning. Holderness lays the foundation for their students to gain a lifetime of curiosity, inquiry and learning. The school prides itself in the success of it students through the upholding of their core values curiosity, character, and community. With these holderness has the vision to redefine leadership and intellectual development in the students and throughout the community.Visit Website
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