White Lake State Park Beach

Tamworth, New Hampshire

White Lake State Park offers some of the best swimming in the White Mountain region. The park lies along the shore of White Lake, which is an example of a typical glacial lake. During the Ice Age, glacial ice was buried beneath glacial till or debris. When the ice melted, a depression was created which gradually filled with water. Guests are welcome to enjoy a leisurely walk around the lake on a well-maintained foot path while looking for loons or signs of beaver activity, try their hand at the good trout fishing the lake provides or check out one of our types of boat rentals. The park offers a day-use area, group areas, and a campground with family campsites as well as youth group sites.
http://www.nhstateparks.org/visit/state-parks/white-lake-state-park.aspx

WATER QUALITY
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  • Current Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on . New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
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MONITORING FREQUENCY

White Lake State Park Beach is sampled monthly from June 1st to August 31st

SOURCE INFORMATION

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services monitors water quality at beaches in the state from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Water samples are collected several times a week throughout the swimming season. When advisories are issued, they are posted on the DES website and on its beach advisory Twitter feed (@NHDES_Beaches).

NHDES posts their latest test results to Swim Guide during the monitoring season as soon as they become available.

A beach is marked Green when test results are below water quality standards of 88 counts of E. coli per 100ml or when the geometric mean of at least three samples collected in a 60-day period meets the standard of 47 counts of E. coli per 100ml of water..

A freshwater beach is marked Red when two consecutive samples exceed 88 counts of E. coli per 100ml or when the geometric mean of at least three samples collected in a 60-day period exceeds 47 counts of E. coli per 100ml of water.

A beach is marked Grey when current or reliable information is unavailable.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH

White Lake State Park Beach

Tamworth, New Hampshire

WATER QUALITY
  • No data available
  • Current Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on . New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
For water quality icon legend, click:   

White Lake State Park offers some of the best swimming in the White Mountain region. The park lies along the shore of White Lake, which is an example of a typical glacial lake. During the Ice Age, glacial ice was buried beneath glacial till or debris. When the ice melted, a depression was created which gradually filled with water. Guests are welcome to enjoy a leisurely walk around the lake on a well-maintained foot path while looking for loons or signs of beaver activity, try their hand at the good trout fishing the lake provides or check out one of our types of boat rentals. The park offers a day-use area, group areas, and a campground with family campsites as well as youth group sites.
http://www.nhstateparks.org/visit/state-parks/white-lake-state-park.aspx

MONITORING FREQUENCY

White Lake State Park Beach is sampled monthly from June 1st to August 31st

SOURCE INFORMATION

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services monitors water quality at beaches in the state from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Water samples are collected several times a week throughout the swimming season. When advisories are issued, they are posted on the DES website and on its beach advisory Twitter feed (@NHDES_Beaches).

NHDES posts their latest test results to Swim Guide during the monitoring season as soon as they become available.

A beach is marked Green when test results are below water quality standards of 88 counts of E. coli per 100ml or when the geometric mean of at least three samples collected in a 60-day period meets the standard of 47 counts of E. coli per 100ml of water..

A freshwater beach is marked Red when two consecutive samples exceed 88 counts of E. coli per 100ml or when the geometric mean of at least three samples collected in a 60-day period exceeds 47 counts of E. coli per 100ml of water.

A beach is marked Grey when current or reliable information is unavailable.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH



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