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On New Hampshire's 1,300 lakes and ponds, there are many put ins and points of access. NH Fish and Game has an interactive Public Access Boating and Fishing Map with more than 200 sites where you can launch a boat or fish from shore. 

NH Fish and Game is an excellent resource for more information about boating in New Hampshire. Other resources include The Handbook of New Hampshire's Boating Laws and Responsibilities, which is available online for free from the New Hampshire Department of Safety, Marine Patrol Bureau.

Please note: All those 16 years of age or older who operate a powerboat with an engine in excess of 25 horsepower (including electric powered motors) on the public waters in New Hampshire must have a valid safe boating education certificate. For more on this, see the Boater Education Information on the Marine Patrol Bureau pages online.

Please use the search boxes below to complete a comprehensive attraction search. You may sort by any combination of attraction type, region, city or town.

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Goodhue & Hawkins Navy Yard, LLC
244 Sewall Rd., Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Phone: 6035692371 | Website

The Winnipesaukee Belle
90 N. Main St. (Boat boards at Town Dock in Wolfeboro), Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Phone: 6035693016 | Website

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center
23 Science Center Rd., Holderness, NH 03245
Phone: 6039687194 | Website

Shep Brown's Boat Basin
31 Lovejoy Sands Rd, Meredith, NH 03253
Phone: 6032794573 | Website

Lake Life Lessons LLC
23 Old Woods Road, Tuftonboro, NH 03816
Phone: 6039864332 | Website

Mount Washington Cruises
211 Lakeside Ave. Weirs Beach, Laconia, NH 03246
Phone: 6033665531 | Website

Winnipesaukee Pier
PO Box 5415, Weirs Beach, NH 03247-5145
Phone: 6033665188

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