Tag Archives: Weirs Beach

The Market, All New Convenience Store

Written on June 22, 2018 at 4:45 pm

We are excited to announce the grand opening of our brand new onsite convenience store, The Market, which is now officially open! Located in the lobby of the Amenities Building, our guests will now be able to pick up a fresh brewed cup of coffee as well as a variety of food items, snacks, drinks and Summit Resort memorabilia.

Message from the Manager

Written on May 11, 2018 at 7:38 pm

With the long winter in our rear view mirror, the staff at the Summit have been eagerly preparing for the summer season ahead. The barbeque grills, picnic tables and deck furniture are out and ready for your families to enjoy. The outdoor pool and deck have been freshly painted and are waiting for you and your family to come splash around or just relax in the sun on a warm summer day.

Guide to Weirs Beach

Written on July 28, 2017 at 2:39 pm

If you are new to staying with us at the Summit Resort, and are unfamiliar with the area, don’t fret because we are here to let you in on some of our favorite spots. Weirs Beach has everything from restaurants, arcades, and the boardwalk to live music. There is always something to do and explore.

Weirs Beach and Lake Winnipesaukee

Written on August 7, 2012 at 1:41 pm

Weirs Beach on Lake Winnipesaukee has a long history of tourism and family fun. Long before the initial strip of sand was added along the shores of the big lake, the native Abenaquis Indians constructed large fishing traps called “Weirs” along the channel to feed their village. Surrounded by natural beauty and eventually serviced by a train station, the Weirs grew into a tourist destination. A narrow strip of sand was added along the rocky shores to provide a space for vacationers to enjoy the newest trend of sunbathing in the 1930’s. Beginning in 1950, the city of Laconia began a shorefront transformation project that brought loads of sand to the area to create the expansive lake front beach that is now present day Weirs Beach. The Town eventually added “Beach” to the village’s name in the 1950’s to promote tourism.