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Beach Inspection Program 
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Please note: The above map may not display accurate icons for a short time after any update. The charts below listing advisories and warnings are updated instantly by DES Beach Program staff.

Beach sampling/monitoring is conducted between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

For beach & advisory details, sampling results, and yearly reports, conduct a OneStop search.

Summary reports of monitoring seasons are also available at:

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For explanations about advisories and procedures, please visit the Beach Advisories page:

Cyanobacteria Lake Warnings

Lakes without designated beaches or areas of a lake away from a designated beach are issued cyanobacteria lake warnings when a large algae bloom is observed. Lakes with cyanobacteria warnings are re-inspected weekly.

 There are currently no lakes with cyanobacteria warnings issued in the State of New Hampshire.


Current Beach Advisories

Advisories are updated daily during the swim season. Beaches are only listed here if the most recent fecal bacteria or cyanobacteria sample analysis exceeded state standards. Results are available through the OneStop database.

 There are currently no beaches with fecal bacteria warnings issued in the State of New Hampshire.

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