Lake Sunapee is a 4100-acre glacial lake located in central New Hampshire. The glistening waters stretch over 10 miles from Georges Mills Harbor to Newbury Harbor. Early conservation efforts have resulted in generous stretches of shoreline forever protected from development. The forward-thinking Lake Sunapee Protective Association has been encouraging stewardship of the Class A waters since 1898. Local treasures include The Fells- a historic estate and gardens offering a wide-range of cultural and environmental programs for all ages on Lake Sunapee's eastern shore. Mt. Sunapee rises 2700' and offers over 230 skiable acres on the south shore. In summer antique Chris-Craft boats ply the waters. Sunapee Harbor is a favorite gathering spot for a kale salad, a game of checkers on the green or a possible Steven Tyler sighting. In the autumn plan to hike some of the 75 miles of interconnected greenbelt trails - or take a yoga class on top of Mt. Sunapee. Winter brings kite sailers and skaters and bonfires at the State Beach. In springtime, the Eagles soar low and the loons arrive. If you ever tire of the lake - the New London village is a 5-minute drive offering great shopping and summer theater. Dartmouth College is 20 minutes north. Manchester/Boston Airport is 45 minutes south. Lake Sunapee is a 90-minute easy drive to Downtown Boston.