Geneva Point has nearly one mile of pristine shoreline on Lake Winnipesaukee including three private swimming beaches. During the summer operating season, a team of certified lifeguards is on duty every day. Guests also enjoy canoeing and kayaking within our protected safe boating area. Groups can arrange for guided canoe trips to explore some of the natural beauty of Winnipesaukee’s covesand islands.
Lake Winnipesaukee Facts
- Largest lake in New Hampshire
- 240 miles of shoreline
- 365 Islands
- 72 square miles of water surface
- 9 ½ miles wide and 28 miles long
- 504 feet above sea level
- Lake depths range between 20 and 100, except one spot that gets down to 169 feet deep.
- The lake is ringed by eight cities and towns including Moultonborough, Center Harbor, Meredith, Laconia, Gilford, Alton, Wolfeboro and Tuftonboro.
- In January, Lake Winnipesaukee usually freezes to a depth of 3 to 4 feet.
- It is a 63 mile drive around the lake.
Within Geneva Point’s nearly 200 acres there are nearly five miles of hiking trails to enjoy. The Perimeter is the longest trail and it includes a walk along the waterfront that is nearly a mile long.
The Green is Geneva Point’s largest grass activity field and it is located right in the center on things. Large enough for a regulation soccer game, the Green can accommodate a wide variety of recreational activities.
The second largest activity field is the Ball Field. It is a great place for softball, volley ball, ultimate Frisbee and many other field games.