Great East Lake is a border lake straddling Acton, Maine and Wakefield, New Hampshire and is shared by the towns of Acton, Maine and Wakefield, New Hampshire. It is the largest lake in York County, covering over 1700 acres with a maximum depth of 102’ and a mean depth of 35’ with above average water quality.
The widest part of the lake is in New Hampshire. The lake narrows to the east in Maine, creating the First, Second and Third basins.
There is a public boat launch.
Great East is located about 2 hours of Boston and is less than an hour to North Conway.
Boating, fishing, swimming, wake boarding, water skiing, kayaking, paddle boarding, canoeing, tubing, and any other water activities are waiting for you on this pristine lake.
From the lake you can snowmobile into NH and ME. You are also close to area ATV trails.
*Trophic Class: Oligotrophic
*"Trophic Class is a designation of a lake according to algae production, rooted plant growth, water clarity and bottom dissolved oxygen levels." The three designations are Oligotrophic, Mesotrophic and Eutrotrophic.
Oligotrophic: Minimal support for algal blooms, rooted plant growth. Aesthetically, this is the most desirable of the three ratings and is usually the larger or deeper lakes.
Mesotrophic: Moderate support of algal production
Eutrotrophic:High Support of algal production.
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