Newfound Lake Live Cam
The lake is located in the town of Bristol. Newfound Lake is named one of the cleanest lakes in the world.
The lake is 4,106 acres in size and is also one of the deepest lakes in New Hampshire at over 180 feet deep. The lake is about two and a half miles wide and seven miles in length. It is surrounded by eight springs and 22 miles of shoreline.
Newfound Lake covers four towns in NH: Bridgewater, Bristol, Hebron and Alexandria, New Hampshire. Newfound Lake has two lighthouses: Newfound Lighthouse at Paradise Point Lodge on Route 3A in Bridgewater and Reed Lighthouse near the ledges on West Shore Road.
Newfound Lake hosts many NH events such as the NH marathon held the first week in October, Granite Ledges Triathlon is held in September, Hebron Gazebo programs are held on Sunday evenings in the summer, July 4th parade in downtown Bristol NH and Ice Racing On Sundays in January through March.
The Newfound Lake cam faces northwest from the eastern shore of Newfound Lake at the mouth of Pasquaney Bay in Bridgewater, NH. Great way to view the Fall Foliage conditions in New Hampshire. Use your browser’s refresh button to view the latest Newfound Lake webcam image. Images are updated every 15 minutes. Newfound Lake live cam is provided by Newfound Lake Weather.
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6 Questions, Comments, and Reviews on “Newfound Lake Cam: Bristol NH Live Cam”
Thanks for making your webcam accessible. It is a nice reminder when I am working away in the city. I need to get back for a visit.
Thank You Joanne & Paul for for letting us enjoy the Lake even when we can’t be there.
Thank you so much for allowing me to see my Happy Place..and waiting to see the snow melt (and the Ice). Cant wait to get back up to the Lake!!
I met my late wife there July 4, 1976. A happy place it was.
Looks like the Camera moved slightly, and i love the New Spot for these shots! Happy Summer!!