Weirs Beach, New Hampshire is one of several gateway communities to the largest lake in New Hampshire Lake Winnipesaukee. We stayed at the Naswa Resort with a room overlooking the lake and found the room and accompanying restaurant The Blue Bistro to both be top notch.
The resort has a small beach area with some watercraft available for rent.
About a mile away from the resort is the downtown section of Weirs Beach with most of the amenities in one easy to access location. The main drag has arcades for the kids and several fast food options.
If the weather is nice and you want to sun or swim the adjacent Endicott Rock Park has good sand and a life guard.
One of the cruise debarkation points is right there on the opposite side of the street from the arcades. Here you can book a cruise on the M/S Mount Washington out into the lake with beautiful views. Brunch is available on some of the cruises check the website for details.
If you do not want to go out on the water consider a train ride also available right at the beach.
The famous Winnipesaukee Pier has fast food, shops and a restaurant.
There is a drive-in movie theater next to the beach great for the nostalgic experience of watching a movie from your car.
Very much a fun destination for the summer but think about going during the shoulder seasons as well especially during the height of foliage.