Scenic USA - New Hampshire

Berry Pond

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Berry Pond - Moultonborough, New Hampshire

Photos by Ben Prepelka
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   Just to the south of New Hampshire's famous White Mountains lies the Lakes Region, named for 270 ponds and the state's largest lake. Here, every one of the region's towns border on one of these lakes, varying from inviting cities to charming villages. The Lakes Region was made for summer fun, when vacationers hone their wake-boarding and water-skiing skills, while others enjoy boating, kayaking, canoeing and fishing.
   Although autumn marks the end of summer fun, Road To Berry Pond - Moultonborough, New Hampshire New Hampshire's fall foliage brings in another flood of tourists. Pictured here is the gorgeous Berry Pond, nearing the peak of autumn splendor. The 55 acre lake is found in Moultonborough's backyard, one of the region's many ponds that are actually good sized lakes. Perhaps they're called ponds because all are dwarfed by Carroll County's huge Lake Winnipesauke. Not only is spring-fed Lake Winnipesaukee the largest lake in New Hampshire, but is among some of the largest lakes in America. Here, most of these area lakes in the region are measured in acres, while Winnipesaukee measures 70 square miles. The Lake Region Tour circles Lake Winnipesauke and introduces byway guests to some of the earliest tourist destinations in the state, traditional New England villages and historic stops at the Belknap Mill and Tilton's Arch.
   Berry Pond is found in along New Hampshire's Route 25. Here, the Sandwich Mountains to the north paint a deep blue backdrop for this picturesque autumn scene. Sandwich Dome, reaching nearly 4000 feet, is a good introduction to White Mountains hikes and the ever popular fall foliage drives.

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