You must be signed in to save park lists.
Your Park Lists
add New List
Add Photo
You must be signed in to add photos.
state route ranger badge
New Hampshire

New Hampshire State Parks

responsive menu icon
USA Parks
New Hampshire
Merrimack Valley Region
Wadleigh State Park
Small Boy Fishing ©
Gone fishin.
Oh Yell ©
Availability Search
Route 114
Sutton, New Hampshire   03260

Phone: 603-927-4724
Wadleigh State Beach offers swimming on beautiful Kezar Lake. Tall pine trees shade the picnic sites located adjacent to the beach, making it an ideal location for families and group outings. Amenities in the park include a bathhouse, picnic tables, and playing fields.

The park is open weekends only from mid-May to mid-June, and daily from mid-June to Labor Day.

Admission is $3 for adults; $1 for children ages 6-11; children ages 5 and under and NH residents age 65 and over are admitted free.
1. Wadleigh State Park offers a large, sandy beach on Kezar Lake for swimming.
2. Lifeguards are typically present during summer months.
3. The park provides changing rooms and restrooms near the swim area.
4. Swimming is allowed from dawn to dusk in designated areas only.
5. No pets or alcohol are permitted at the beach area where people swim.
6. The lake's clear water makes it ideal for snorkeling as well as traditional swimming activities.
7. Park admission fee includes access to all recreational facilities including the swimming area.
Enjoy fishing in a serene lake setting, home to largemouth bass and yellow perch. Ice-fishing is popular during winter months.

Wadleigh State Park offers picnic tables and grills by the beach, perfect for family outings. No alcohol is permitted.
Biking enthusiasts should be aware that the park does not offer designated biking trails. Caution is advised when cycling here.

While there are no specific bike paths, cyclists can use multi-use trails shared with hikers and horseback riders.

Please note, these mixed-used routes may have uneven terrain or obstacles such as roots and rocks on them.

Cyclists must yield to pedestrians and equestrians for safety reasons due to lack of dedicated bicycle lanes in this area.

Remember always wear a helmet while riding your bike; it's crucial for personal safety given the conditions present at this location.

Be mindful of wildlife encounters during rides since they're common within its boundaries which could pose potential hazards.
The park offers birdwatchers a variety of species, including loons and ospreys. It's also home to migratory birds.

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
write a review
Share On

Area Campgrounds
Crows Nest Campground-NH
529 South Main Street
Newport, NH
Sandy Beach RV Resort
677 Clement Hill Road
Contoocook, NH
Sandy Beach Campground
677 Clement Hill Road
Hopkinton, NH
Spacious Skies French Pond
479 Old W Hopkinton Road
Henniker, NH
Area Fishing Related Businesses
Dickie's Outdoor Sports
94 Route 103
Newbury, NH
(603) 938-5393
Tight Lines Fishing Services
18 Elkins Rd
Elkins, NH
(603) 526-9299
Area Cabins and Lodges
Twin Lake Villa
164 Twin Lake Villa Rd
New London, NH
(603) 526-6460
Twin Lake Villa: Golf Shop The
21 Twin Lake Villa Rd
New London, NH
(603) 526-2034
Nearby Hotels

state route ranger badge
New Hampshire

New Hampshire State Parks