New Hampshire map collection

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About the map

New Hampshire Map Extent

In this map, you will find major rivers, reservoirs, and lakes of New Hampshire like the Connecticut River and Lake Winnipesaukee. In general, the rivers of New Hampshire flow into the Atlantic Ocean.

The Connecticut River is a major feature in New Hampshire. In fact, it entirely forms the western border with the state of Vermont. New Hampshire is filled with all sorts of outdoor activities.

New Hampshire has more than 800 lakes and ponds, and more than 19,000 miles of rivers and streams. By far, the largest lake in New Hampshire is Lake Winnipesaukee at 44,586 acres in area. It’s more than 5 times the size of the second-largest Umbagog Lake, which extends into Maine as well.

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New Hampshire lakes, rivers and reservoirs

Major lakes of New Hampshire

Lake Winnipesaukee
Umbagog Lake
Lake Francis
Connecticut Lake
Squam Lake

Sunapee Lake
Newfound Lake
Ossipee Lake
Lake Wentworth
Winnisquam Lake

Rivers and streams

Connecticut River
Merrimack River
Contoocook River
Saco River
Ammonoosuc River
Ashuelot River
Pemigewasset River

Androscoggin River
Moore Reservoir
Upper Ammonoosuc River
Suncook River
Souhegan River
Salmon Falls River
Piscataqua River

Bays and reservoirs

Great Bay
Blackwater Reservoir

References

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