Newfound Lake

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  • There are twenty-two identified different species of fish that can be found in the Newfound Lake watershed.
  • Newfound Lake is refreshed twice a year by eight underground springs and has of shore line.
  • Newfound Lake in Hebron, only eight miles distant, you can't see; it lies too deep among the hills. Cited from The Complete Works of John Greenleaf Whittier
  • Newfound Lake is in the northeast corner, with Wellington State Park on the western shore.
  • The fish stocking that occurs in Newfound Lake happens between mid-March and early July.
  • It consists of the town common, located near the northwest tip of Newfound Lake, the local cemetery, and the buildings immediately adjacent.
  • Newfound Lake has hosted multiple steamboats in its waters.
  • New Hampshire Route 3A passes through the eastern part of town, following the east shore of Newfound Lake.
  • Hebron sits at the north end of Newfound Lake, the fourth-largest lake in New Hampshire.
  • Surrounded by hills and lakes, Bristol includes the lower two-thirds of Newfound Lake, a resort area.
  • Bristol is one of four towns with shoreline on Newfound Lake, which has been a tourist destination since the mid-19th century.
  • A branch of the Baker River in the north, together with several small streams feeding Newfound Lake in the south, provided water power for mills.
  • They are located on the Cockermouth River, which is the longest tributary of Newfound Lake.
  • Continuing east, the Cockermouth River enters the town of Hebron and flows into Newfound Lake near the lake's northern end.
  • Prince later owned a developed a group of overnight bungalows known as Prince's Place on Newfound Lake in Bristol, New Hampshire.
  • The Fowler River flows southeast to a junction with Bog Brook, where it turns north and flows one mile to Newfound Lake.
  • Atwell Brook flows off a northeastern ridge of the mountain, draining via the Cockermouth River to Newfound Lake.
  • It is an inflow to Newfound Lake, part of the Pemigewasset River and therefore Merrimack River watersheds.
  • It is the longest tributary of Newfound Lake, part of the Pemigewasset River and ultimately Merrimack River watersheds.
  • The town center, Hebron village, is located near the northwest corner of Newfound Lake, at the intersection of North Shore Road, West Shore Road, and Groton Road.
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