Bacteria leads to swimming bans at some state lakes, ponds
At Sunapee on Sunday, park managers waived the $5-per-adult admission fee. Visitors were allowed on the sand and picnic areas, and kayaks were available for rent.
Bryce said he’s started a conversation with his management team about how to address water contamination. Options include aerating the water and even piping water from other areas in a lake to the beach, he said.
According to the DES, the other advisories in effect as of Sunday were:
• Oternic Pond in Hudson, since Friday, for cynobacteria.
• Bartlett Beach on Lake Winnisquam in Laconia, since July 23, for fecal bacteria.
• Center Harbor town beach, since Saturday, for fecal bacteria.
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