The Franklin Pierce Lake Association (FPLA) was established in 2009 to support the environmental health of Franklin Pierce Lake in Hillsborough and Antrim, New Hampshire, and to promote community among property owners and friends of the lake.
FPLA is a registered 501c3 charitable organization.
registered 501c3 charitable organization
Become a member
Receive the FPLA newsletter, emailed six to eight times per year, with lake news and association updates.
Get email notification of special or urgent situations, such as changing lake levels or cyanobacteria blooms
Meet other residents and friends of the lake at the potluck dinner, boat parade, boat-in concert, annual member meeting, and other association events.
Support the lake hosts, who work at the boat ramp to educate boaters and inspect boats for invasive species. Lake hosts prevent the spread of invasive plants such as milfoil, which can quickly spoil a lake and decrease property values.
Support water testing, weed watchers, and other efforts to maintain the environmental health of the lake.
Participate in the FPLA Facebook Group.
The FPLA doesn't make or enforce rules for property owners or boaters. The goals of the group are strictly to support the ecological health of the lake and promote community among members.