No Wake Zone Clock

No Wake Zone clock
No Wake Zone Clock by David Simons available for purchase

Squam Lake, New Hampshire – Our No Wake Zone clock will help you keep track of time. If you’ve spent any time on a lake, you’ve likely come across no wake zones, which are the inspiration for this artwork. Shop Now

You can also find other clocks from Lake and Leisure, featuring popular images from artist David Simons in addition to the No Wake Zone clock.

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So what are no wake zones and what purpose do they serve?

No wake zones limit the speed boaters can travel (headway speed) in certain areas in order to help reduce erosion and protect lake wildlife, like the loons on Squam. It also helps ensure the safety of other boaters.

On Squam Lake in New Hampshire there are several no wake zones, including:

  • The Squam River in Holderness between the southerly end of the boathouse in Little Squam Lake near the Holderness bridge and the light buoy at the lower or westerly end of Squam Lake
  • The area extending from the Sandwich Town Beach 300 feet to the southern tip of Camp Hale on Squam Lake
  • The channel between Bowman Island and Moon Island
  • The channel between Potato Island and Finisterre Point (Livermore Cove)
  • From June 15 to Sept. 15, on Sunday between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. the channel between Chocorua Island, also known as Church Island at light 5 and Merrill Island at light 6
  • Rattlesnake Cove in the town of Sandwich, NH
  • Squaw Cove in the town of Sandwich, NH

In addition, there is a 10 MPH limit for Bean Cove and Nichols Cove. The Squam River in Ashland is also a no wake zone.

For more information on protecting loons on Squam Lake, check out the Loon Chick Watch Program from the Squam Lakes Association.

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. The No Wake Zone clock, inspired by David’s frustration with no wake zones, is available in multiple colors.

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