Average Depth: 15 feet
Maximum Depth: 45 feet
Kayaks, Canoes, Sail Boats, Electric Motor Boats, Power Boats, State & Local Rules & Regulations Apply, Other Restrictions, See Comments
Boating Comments: Single person jet skis are banned. PWC- personal water craft are allowed.
Nestled in the towns of Conway and Eaton, Conway Lake is a hidden gem in eastern New Hampshire. This natural freshwater lake has a surface area of 1,316 acres and remains quiet and private thanks to many very careful preservation efforts and building guidelines put in place. Conway Lake sits in the shadows of the White Mountains, which means that visitors to the lake have easy access to a wide array of outdoor recreational activities like rock climbing, camping, and hunting. Meanwhile, at the lake, fishing, boating, swimming, and sailing are all activities to enjoy as well as fishing. Fishermen can find black bass, salmon, smallmouth bass, rainbow trout, and more at Conway Lake.
Conway Lake is a big lake by White Mountain standards, and provides miles of pine-covered shoreline filled with nooks and crannies that are fun to explore. This trip takes you to the southern half of the lake, which is well suited to quietwater paddling because of its two narrow and secluded fingerlike coves. Except for a 0.25-mile stretch of waterfront camps and a large commercial campground on the western shore, the lake is relatively undeveloped and provides excellent opportunities for bird watching and solitude.
Ramp Comments: ACCESS: Conway Beach (residents) No public boat access.
Parking Spaces: Unknown
Directions: Mill St.
Shoreline Development: Unknown