Turn back time to Grampa's lakeside fishing camp, and add the modern facilities you need. Stay in our simple cabin, play in the quiet, clean lake, take a short (1/2 mi) stroll to all the shopping and restaurants of Meredith! 10 minute drive from Weirs Beach or Squam.
Our 30' dock holds your boat, or use one of our 3 kayaks, canoe, paddle-boat or sunfish. Fish in the clear water of the town's water supply lake, swim to our float, jog or bike around quiet local streets. Keep your bike or car in the garage tent. Hang out in the evenings on the deck surrounding the fire pit. No TV to destroy the spell of the past, but WiFi available when you must sneak into the present.
This camp sleeps 6-10: the bedroom has a double futon with a bunk above, the sleeping porch has the wide-screen windows onto the lake to wake up to from the double bed, and the sleeping loft has a double mattress with 2 twin mattresses and space for a cot.
There's a garage tent that can hold a car with bikes behind, or several motorcycles.
The large yard slopes gently to the lake, as solar lights line the path to the deck surrounding a fire pit for evenings, and connects to the dock, where you can tie your boat, or swim in the clearest lake of the region. Lounge on the stone patio off the sleeping porch, barbeque on the Weber gas grill, picnic at the round table that seats 8 easily. Below the patio, there's easy access to a shallow sandy beach - perfect for launching kayaks, canoe, wading out to the sailboat, or watching small children play safely.
The camp is a relaxing, casual environment, with flexible seating, eating at the (fully stocked appliances) kitchenette counter, or setting up tables to eat or play cards on.
Our camp is on the east side of Lake Waukewan, 2 miles long, which provides the water supply for Meredith, bass fishing, public beach, and public launch for motorboats. Away from the heavy traffic of downtown Meredith, it is a short walk to the Mills Falls corner of Lake Winnipesaukee, with its restaurants, hotels and shops; and can be approached from Rt.93 without going through town.