ⓘ Harrisville Pond is a 138-acre water body located in Cheshire County in southwestern New Hampshire, United States, in the town of Harrisville. It is one of many ..

                                     

ⓘ Harrisville Pond

Harrisville Pond is a 138-acre water body located in Cheshire County in southwestern New Hampshire, United States, in the town of Harrisville. It is one of many lakes and ponds along Nubanusit Brook, a tributary of the Contoocook River. Water from Nubanusit Lake flows via the Great Meadows into the pond on the north side and out of the pond at two dams on the south side. One dam allows the level of the pond to be raised or lowered and also adjusts the flow through the mills that span that part of the outlet, while the other dam is made of large stones and sandbags. The village of Harrisville is located at the outlet of the pond.

A pond of warm water and contains largemouth and Smallmouth bass, Eastern chain pickerel, brown bullhead, black crappie and perch.

                                     
  • reflected in Harrisville Pond and canal, the village is frequently photographed as an iconic example of picturesque old New England. The Harrisville Rural District
  • in Nelson, New Hampshire. The brook flows south into Harrisville interrupted by Harrisville Pond and Skatutakee Lake, then flows east to the MacDowell
  • side of the mountain drains into Nubanusit Lake, Brickyard Brook, Harrisville Pond Skatutakee Lake, thence into Nubanusit Brook, the Contoocook River
  • Farm is a historic farmstead at the corner of Nelson and Tolman Pond Roads in Harrisville New Hampshire. This 1½ - story wood frame house was built in the
  • the lake its early name Breed Pond It was later owned by the Farwells and Seavers, like the Breeds prominent Harrisville families. Despite its active
  • six early 20th century summer houses in Harrisville New Hampshire, built on a ridge overlooking Dublin Pond with views of nearby Mount Monadnock. The
  • Old County Road in the east, and includes sections of Old Common Road, Harrisville Road, and Church Street. The district was listed on the National Register
  • The Elbridge G. Bemis House is a historic house on Chesham Road in Harrisville New Hampshire. The two - story Greek Revival frame house is one of a pair
  • north of the village center of Harrisville on the north side of Clymer Road, a short stub road extending east from Tolman Pond Road. It is a 1 - 1 2 story wood
  • Hamlet of Stillwater and flows into the West Branch Oswegatchie River in Harrisville The Middle Branch mostly consists of shallow and fast - moving waters
  • residents. By 1859, there were 1, 088. In 1870, the small mill town of Harrisville voted to separate from Dublin, leaving the latter with only 455 residents