Squam Lake

Squam River Landing | A Sustainable Squam Lake Community

Squam River Landing is located on the southwestern end of Little Squam in Ashland on a 65 acre parcel overlooking the lake. You quickly realize that this community will be something special as you cross over the classic wooden covered bridge that spans the Squam River. You can’t miss the beautiful Riveredge Marina that is the community anchor and big part of the allure of living here.  The project is being developed by Sippican Partners Development, LLC. Their primary goal is to encourage sustainable and responsible development alongside economic development. I think they have succeeded! This community of beautifully crafted homes has been thoughtfully planned to weave within the Squam Lake Watershed and community.

Best Walking Trails Around Squam Lake

New Hampshire is well known for its access to all things outdoors.  In fact CNBC voted New Hampshire as "the best state to live in" for 2012 based on a quality of life ranking system.  We could go on and on about how great we think this part of the world is but let's just jump right into what we think are the best walking trails around Squam Lake.  A short drive from Squam River Landing is the Chamberlain-Reynolds Memorial Forest.  The forest, locally known as "NEFFA", has been managed by the Squam Lakes Association since 1953 when it was donated by the New England Forestry Foundation.

Why Squam Lake?

I was speaking with a customer recently who is going to build a home here at Squam River Landing.  Our discussion prompted him to ask a simple question yet my answer gave both of us a greater appreciation for life here at Squam.  He asked, “What makes living at Squam Lake special compared to other beautiful lake communities”?  I need to first point out that the answer is really more about the “why” and not the “what."  Yes, there are many areas in and around New Hampshire to have a home whether you enjoy living near the water or the mountains.  Squam Lake like other areas in the lakes region of New Hampshire has many homes with owners from away.  This means the homes are considered vacation or second homes for the residents.