Dog Cove, with its calm, glassy waters and long vistas is one of our favorite spots on Squam Lake to water ski. It’s also a great place to kayak, fish, watch for loons, or enjoy a swim with your four-legged best friend.
Located in Center Harbor, NH, you can also access this quiet cove by land. Follow the East Fire Trail to the Dog Cove Shore Trail in the Chamberlain-Reynolds Memorial Forest. Your dog will thank you for bringing her on the wooden plank Swamp Trail. And, remember to keep an eye out for the occasional black bear! The trails are maintained by the Squam Lakes Association can be found on College Road in Center Harbor, New Hampshire.
For our fellow dog lovers looking for a unique Squam Lake experience, check out the Dog Lovers boat excursions with Experience Squam. The awesome folks from Experience Squam will custom tailor a unique experience just for you. Including a stop, of course, at this beautiful spot on the lake.
Artist David Simons creates original artwork that is inspired by the New Hampshire Lakes Region, where he spends as much of his time as possible. His paintings, illustrations, and home products celebrate lake life and all of the ways to enjoy this beautiful environment. Dog Cove art features his family dog, Tango, a rescue hound-lab mix who’s happy place (like David’s) is most definitely Squam Lake.
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