The Boater's Guide to New Hampshire
An online Official guide of boater safety. Don't go out in charge of a boat WITHOUT reading this. You might be surprised!
An online boating safety course, accredited by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) and recognized as acceptable by New Hampshire.
United States Power Squadrons®
Another online boating safety course, recognized as acceptable by New Hampshire. Organized in 1914, USPS is a non profit, educational organization dedicated to making boating safer and more enjoyable by teaching classes in seamanship, navigation and related subjects. Our members are boating families who contribute to their communities by promoting safe boating through education. USPS has some 45,000 members organized into 450 squadrons across the country and in some US territories. USPS is America's largest non-profit boating organization and has been honored by three US presidents for its civic contributions.
The Weather Page
An essential for safe boating.
The Loon Center
The Audubon Society's Loon Committee has worked miracles to make the Lake a safe nesting ground for our beloved loons. They still need support from all of us! Visit their site to see how you can help.
New Hampshire Fish and Game
A MUST if you want to hunt or fish in the Lakes Region.
Visit New Hampshire
The official site of the New Hampshire Office of Travel and Tourism Development. Beautifully designed and illustrated, this site includes comprehensive information about things to do and places to go in all six New Hampshire regions.
Lakes Region Conservation Trust™
Central New Hampshire contains some of the most beautiful and threatened wildlife and recreation resources in the northeastern United States. Since 1979, the Lakes Region Conservation Trust has protected more than 20,000 acres of shore frontage, islands, forests, and mountaintops, including the 5,381-acre Castle in the Clouds property.
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
The mission of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services is to help sustain a high quality of life for all citizens by protecting and restoring the environment and public health in New Hampshire.
The protection and wise management of the state of New Hampshire's environment are the important goals of the NH Department of Environmental Services (DES). The department's responsibilities range from ensuring high levels of water quality for water supplies, ecological balance, and recreational benefits, to regulating the emissions of air pollutants, to fostering the proper management of municipal and industrial waste, to managing water resources for future generations.