Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South Koa

Strafford, New Hampshire

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The many charms of New England lie within easy reach at this KOA, close to major roads yet tucked away in a relaxing rural setting. Stretch out by the pool or cast a line into the pond. Families will be entertained with the waterslide and spray park and all the activities, including hayrides and weekend entertainment. Explore Lake Winnipesaukee with its 200 miles of shoreline and hundreds of islands. The White Mountains to the north are a hiker's paradise. It's less than an hour's drive to the Atlantic, where you can relax on a sandy Maine beach or enjoy the coastal scenery aboard a harbor cruise. Villages like Wolfeboro, Portsmouth and Laconia greet you with postcard-perfect charm. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 40 feet. Your hosts: the Gagnon family.


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