We put together a time lapse-video with a year’s worth of photos from our webcam. Our webcam overlooks Little Squam Lake from the clubhouse at Riveredge Marina. The clubhouse at Riveredge Marina is the only clubhouse with a clear view of the lake and a outside deck that shares the same view. The clubhouse room and the deck each have a 40 person capacity so give us a call at 603-968-4411 to reserve the clubhouse for your next function or party!
Tag Archives: Lakes Region
Written on April 13, 2012 at 2:46 pm, by sam
Written on March 19, 2012 at 10:06 am, by sam
It was an uncharacteristic winter season for the Lakes Region of New Hampshire with the lack of snow and mild temperatures. The long winter is now coming to a close as we at the marina change gears and prepare for another spring and summer on the Squam Lakes. To get you excited about summer we figured we would show you a video of a Squam Lake sunset!
Categories: Fun stuff, Squam Lake
Tags: Boat Slips on Squam Lake, Lakes Region, New Hampshire Marina, NH Marina, Squam Lake, Squam Lake Marina, Squam Lake Sunset, Squam Lake Video, Time Lapse Video
Written on March 8, 2012 at 2:21 pm, by sam
Covered bridges have long been a symbol of New England and its rustic history. At one time more than 10,000 covered bridges stood throughout the United States but that number has since dropped to 750, 54 of which still stand in New Hampshire. The Squam River Bridge in Ashland is one such bridge that stands in the Lakes Region.
The origin of the Squam River Bridge is an interesting one. It started when the state of New Hampshire condemned the former steel and concrete bridge. Rather than building a two-lane steel structure as proposed by the state, Ashland’s citizens steered the project in a new direction. The town instead voted for a one-lane lattice-truss wooden bridge and raised the necessary funds to make the idea a reality. The Town of Ashland allocated $35,000 for the building of the new bridge. The remaining funds were raised by direct contributions and fundraising events through the Ashland Historical Society.
The Squam River Bridge was constructed in 1990 by Milton Graton and Sons. As a resident of Ashland and a self-taught expert on New England’s covered bridges, Milton Graton was the right man for the job. Using a team of oxen for the build, Graton and his crew replicated the traditional construction methods for covered bridges. The Squam River Bridge was officially dedicated on July 1, 1990.
We at Squam River Landing and Riveredge Marina have a strong connection and appreciation for the landmark that our community worked so hard to create. Being locally funded and sustainably built, the Squam River Bridge is a perfect example of how a small community can come together and work independently to make great things happen.
For more information and a list of New Hampshire’s covered bridges click here.
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Categories: Squam Lake
Tags: Boat Houses on Squam Lake, Boat Slips on Squam Lake, Covered Bridge, Lakes Region, Marine Service, New Hampshire Marina, NH Boating, NH Covered Bridge, Riveredge Marina, Squam Lake, Squam Lake Marina, Squam River Bridge, watersports
Written on January 4, 2012 at 9:36 am, by sam
Riveredge Marina recently test-drove the MasterCraft X-14V featured in our showroom. The X-14V is a crossover boat which means it works well for just about every water sport while also being a great cruiser. We had heard good things about the X-14′s water skiing wake so we had to try it first-hand. Check out the video and see what you think!
The MasterCraft X-14V features seating for eleven, a touchscreen display, ballast wake system and plenty of storage. We all agreed that this is a fantastic crossover boat because it is roomy, comfortable, and has no shortage of features. As it turns out, the wake for water skiing is phenomenal at shorter rope lengths. The smooth throttle response and handling were also characteristics of the X-14V that we loved.
Riveredge Marina is a third-party dealer of MasterCraft and Regal boats through Silver Sands Marina on Lake Winnipesaukee in Gilford, New Hampshire. Contact us anytime for questions or to schedule a test-drive!
Categories: Fun stuff, Marina Service
Tags: Boat Slips on Squam Lake, Boats for sale NH, Gilford NH, Lakes Region, Marine Service, MasterCraft Dealer NH, New Hampshire, New Hampshire Marina, NH Boating, NH Marina, Regal Boats, Regal Dealer NH, Riveredge Marina, Silver Sands Marina, Squam Lake, Squam Lake Marina, Squam River Landing, watersports, White Mountains
Written on October 12, 2011 at 3:40 pm, by sam
Riveredge marina has the ability to perform specialty services aside from marine servicing, boat rentals and sales. Riveredge Marina’s service manager, Dan Eaton, operates the Lake Winnipesaukee chapter of Tow Boat US which serves New Hampshire’s Lakes Region. The service provided by Tow Boat US through Riveredge Marina includes towing, soft ungrounding, jump starts, and fuel deliveries among others. Here is a video to show you first-hand how Riveredge Marina accomplishes some challenging tasks.
Written on October 6, 2011 at 4:23 pm, by sam
Just because the season may be over for most Lakes Region boaters doesn’t mean you can forget about summer, 2012! Riveredge Marina has boat slips and boat houses still available which gives you easy access to Squam Lake at a great price. Fee simple ownership of irreplaceable lake side assets is available through Squam River Landing but only 4 boat houses remain!
New Hampshire is starting to experience some frost and that means snow fall is right around the corner! Get out there and experience the fall foliage while you still can! Enjoying the fall season in New Hampshire is easy with the fun events happening all over the state. The Sandwich Fair is a staple of the New Hampshire fall season and one that should not be missed! To stay current with New Hampshire’s happenings head over to NH.com.
Categories: Fun stuff, Marina Service, Upcoming Events
Tags: Boat Slips, Lakes Region, New Hampshire, Riveredge Marina, Sandwich Fair, Squam Lake, Squam River Landing, White Mountains, Winter Work