Wakefield is home to seven lakes and ponds: Great East Lake, Balch Lake, Lovell Lake, Belleau Lake, Pine River Pond, Ivanhoe Lake, and Province Lake.
Lovell Lake is located in Wakefield, New Hampshire. It is a beautiful 554 acre lake with an average depth of 18' and a maximum depth of 40'. The lake is fed by springs and a few small streams including Horse Brook an drains into the Branch River. Great for boating, water sports, tubing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and so much more.
No boating restrictions.
Close to restaurants and shopping.
*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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