Yummy Food Truck Boat on Lake Winnisquam Howls Summer


I spend a lot of time on the lake in the summer and have never seen a food truck boat in all my days. It’s genius! Pure genius! Laurie Kempf took to U Local New Hampshire’s Facebook page to share that she spotted this food truck boat at the Lake Winnisquam sandbar a few days ago. The water looks pretty shallow so I guess you are trotting around it and controlling whatever floats on your boat! (man I like a good boat pun)

Laurie Kempf via Local U New Hampshire Facebook

This photo almost broke the Internet! Her photo has received over 2,000 likes and has been shared over 500 times! I also loved that people tag their friends in the comments. I think it’s safe to say that we’ll all have our eyes on the Winni Lick Food Truck Boat this summer.

According to their Facebook page, they sell snacks and hard ice cream! Check out these two valued happy customers:

I saw in the review section that they have made house calls in the past. If you are living or renting a lakeside house this summer, this could be a very exciting option!

To pursue winni lick on Facebook to see where and when to catch them on the lake this summer.

Have you ever spotted this food truck or another in New Hampshire?

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