We are located in Nottingham NH, off of Rte. 125 in the town of Lee.
CWV's sign on Rte. 125 is in Lee, the park itself is in Nottingham.
Note that a "traffic circle" is called a roundabout in some places,
and a rotary in others.
View a map.
If you're coming from...
Rte. 90 (Mass Pike) to Rte. 290 North (towards Worcester) to
Rte. 495 North to Rte. 95 North and continue as if you were coming "from Boston".
Rte. 95 N to Exit 2. Rte. 51/101W towards Exeter, Manchester. Stay
on Rte. 51/101W for 13 miles to Rte. 125 North (Exit 7 Epping-Rochester)
for 7 miles until you see CWV's sign on left, just past the Lee
USA Speedway. Go to "Further Directions" below.
(Time from Boston, approx. 1 hour, 15 min.)
Rte. 95 South, after entering NH take Exit 5 (Spaulding Tpke., Rte. 4, Rt. 16)
towards Newington, 5 miles to Exit 6 W (last exit before tolls). On to Rte. 4 W,
toward Concord for 10 miles to Lee Traffic Circle. Take Rte. 125 South towards
Epping, 2 1/2 miles to our prominent sign on the right. If you see Lee USA Speedway,
you've gone too far. Go to "Further Directions" below.
(Time from Portland, ME, approx. 1 hour-30 min.)
Rte. 4 E to Lee Traffic Circle to 125 South towards Epping.
2 1/2 miles to our prominent sign on right before Lee Raceway.
If you see Lee USA Speedway, you've gone too far.
See "Further Directions" below. (Time from Concord, NH approx. 40 min.)
North Conway, NH:
Rte. 16 S to Spaulding Turnpike to Exit 12 Rte. 125S to Lee traffic circle,
stay on Rte. 125 South towards Epping, 2 1/2 miles to our prominent sign
on the right. If you see Lee USA Speedway, you've gone too far.
Go to "Further Directions" below. ( Time from Conway, NH , approx. 1 Hr.30 Mins.)
Turn in at our sign, off Rte. 125. Go approximately 1.3 miles to
the "four way" stop sign. Turn right on to Smoke Street.
You will see our granite sign ( the one on the web page) 1/2 mile
down on left. Turn in after the sign. Use the phone at the gate
house for permission to enter. Entry onto CWV's property without
permission is trespassing.
NOTE: Cedar Waters Village is an independently operated,
privately owned nudist park and is not affiliated with the
American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR), The Naturist Society
(TNS), the International Naturists Association (INA), or any nudist/naturist