Information on the towns surrounding New Hampshire’s Lake Sunapee.
Newport is a quiet, friendly mill town located 6 miles west of Lake Sunapee.
There is a wide variety of great places to eat, a thriving art scene, and wonderful outdoor recreation including camping, golf, biking and hiking.
Newbury is a small town that has a lot of excitement to offer.
Incorporated in 1778 as Fisherfield (although originally called Dantzic after a Baltic seaport in 1753), Newbury has long been a destination for outdoor adventure and leisure, in a community setting.
The town of Goshen NH, a quintessential New England town, is nestled in the foothills of Mount Sunapee in Sullivan County.
Comprised of Mill Village and Goshen Four Corners, it is home to the Franklin Pierce Lead Mine, and Lake Gunnison.
Just over 8 miles Northeast of Sunapee, New London is a perfect destination for recreation, dining, shopping and sightseeing.
Visitors to the area will be impressed that despite New London’s cozy, small town feel, there are many wonderful restaurant choices. Shoppers will delight in the wide array of stores that New London has to offer.