Perhaps The State’s Best Hidden Treasure, Hardly Anyone Knows This Tiny Lake Exists In New Hampshire

Where can you go in New Hampshire that feels like being in Canada but isn’t? The state’s northernmost town of Pittsburg is that place and it’s a spectacular, wild region that is mostly undeveloped. Just a very short distance from the town’s border with Chartierville, Québec lies the tiny source of what is one of the most significant waterways in the northeastern United States and it’s a hidden natural wonder in NH like no other.

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If visiting the Pittsburg area, this is as close as you’re going to get to Canada without needing a passport (although it wouldn’t hurt to have one on you). For more information on this hidden natural wonder in NH, visit The Nature Conservancy.

Whenever I am in this remote area of New Hampshire, I find myself completely removed from the rest of the world. It’s a magical place full of wonderful places to stay, things to do, and wildlife to see!

Address: Fourth Connecticut Lake Hiking Trail, US-3, Pittsburg, NH 03592, USA