I spent most of my summers growing up at cedar pond.We had our camp there and I remember the penny candy at the red and white striped store and the dog inky. There was also a dog named cedar that would visit all the camps in search of food. The lake would be freezing even in August and when we had to start a fire in the furnace the only wood we had to burn was obviously cedar and the smell was wonderful. And though the ''camp'' my Pepere had is no longer there,
the wonderful memories are. Says Bernadette Vassilatos
Cedar Pond is a lovely 78 acre lake.
Whohoo, so many entertaining things in one place! The White Mountains rules! A perfect close by hotel is Top Notch Inn, and you can go for a hike on the Six Husbands Trail.