Visitors Guide to PRP
ALL EMERGENCIES: 911
Huggins Hospital (Wolfeboro) 603-569-7500
Frisbee Hospital (Rochester) 603-332-5211
Wentworth-Douglas Hospital (Dover) 603-742-5252
Poison Control 800-222-1222
Police – Wakefield 603-522-3232
Fire – Wakefield 603-522-8336
Power Outage – PSNH 800-662-7764
Power Outage – NHEC 800-343-6432
State Police Emergency 800-525-5555
White Mountain Medical Center Walk-In Care
2531 White Mountain Highway, Sanbornville, NH
Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
Portsmouth Regional Hospital’s Dover Emergency Room
10 Central Ave, Dover NH (Exit 7 off Route 16)
Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Animal Control – If your animal is missing, please contact the Wakefield Police Department by calling:
603-522-3232 Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm
603-539-2284 After hours (Carroll County Sheriff’s Dispatch)
Fish & Game District 2 603-744-5470
Landfill/Transfer Station 603-522-3590
Marine Patrol Emergency 877-642-9700
Poacher Reporting 800-344-4262
Wakefield Town Hall 603-522-6205
DO’s and DON’Ts
- NH boating laws require you be 150 feet from shore, docks, rafts, swimmers, skiers/tubers/boarders and other boats when above headway speed.
- If you don’t have 150 feet ON EACH SIDE when BETWEEN ISLANDS AND SHORE, SLOW DOWN to headway speed.
- Canoes, kayaks, rowboats, sailboats, seaplanes, and swimmers have the RIGHT-OF-WAY.
- Observers for towing skiers/tubing/wake boarders or surfing must be at least 13 years old.
- CHILDREN 12 and under MUST WEAR a Coast Guard approved PFD when on a watercraft.
- A PFD is required for each person onboard a kayak, paddleboat, paddle board, or canoe.
- From SUNSET TO SUNRISE, navigation lights are required when boating, and skiing/tubing/boarding is prohibited.
- NH FISHING regulations apply. Please pick up a copy of the regulations when purchasing a fishing license.
- LEASH LAW in effect, and “pooper scoopers” and proper disposal in the trash is very much appreciated.
- Purchase TRANSFER STATION PERMITS at the Transfer Station in Sanbornville and dispose of trash and recyclables properly.
- CAMPFIRE PERMITS are available from the fire warden at Sanbornville Fire Station (no charge), State Line Garage in East Wakefield, or obtain online (small fee).
- NH CLEAN, DRAIN AND DRY law requires removal of all plants from boats, trailers, and fishing equipment before launching and when exiting the lake. Milfoil and other invasive species is of serious concern for us all.
- The ISLANDS are private property. Do not trespass without the owner’s permission.
- JET SKIS are BANNED by NH law on PRP. PWC’s that seat 3 or more are permitted. The operator must be 16 years or older.
- No washing or shampooing in or near the lake.
- Mooring to a navigational marker is prohibited by NH law.
- If you allow others to use your property to launch, please ensure the NH Clean, Drain and Dry law is observed to protect from milfoil and invasive species being introduced into PRP.
- BE AWARE OF NOISE AND LIGHTS – Please be considerate of your neighbors. Sound travels and lights reflect across the water. Please keep music turned down and flood lights off after dark.
- ATV’s are NOT allowed on private land or roads without written permission of owner. It’s the law!
- MEMBERS of the PRP Association are permitted to use the Lord Road Boat Ramp. If you are not a member, or don’t have deeded property rights to use the PRA Access Point on Lord Road, you are trespassing.