IMPORTANT: Injured loon in the cove: Please see the news post for more info
2016 Annual Meeting The 2016 Annual Meeting of Pine Point Park Association was be held on May 29, 2016.

Unapproved 2016 meeting minutes have been posted for review.
Welcome Pine Point Park is a small summer-based association on serene Northwood Lake, in Northwood, NH. We are a close, lively community, focused on making Pine Point the most relaxing place it can be! As a community, members contribute to the betterment of one another.

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From the Gallery... From the 2008 Gallery Bingo
From the 2008 Gallery Bingo
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  • Water Systems

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Latest News

6/21/2016 - Injured Loon in the Pine Point Cove

The association has been contacted by Angela Nourer, a member of the Loon Preservation Committee, in regards to issues with the loons on the lake this season.

"We have had a number of extra loons on the lake, in addition to our two nesting pairs. This has resulted in some brutal loon-to-loon fights.
There is a badly injured loon against the reeds in Pine Point cove. We are watching it and hope to capture it soon, but it is still able to dive, so that makes capture difficult."


This loon should not be approached. If it is found dead, it should not be touched. In the case it is found dead, please call Angela Nourer at 978-836-8309 and she will retrieve the deceased loon. There are rules from NH Fish and Game about the retrieval of a deceased loon.


6/12/2016 - Portions of Northwood Lake to be Chemically Treated on Monday June 13th, 2016

Beginning at 10:30am on Monday June 13th, several areas of Northwood Lake will be treated with the herbicide Navigate (2,4-D) in order to control variable milfoil. See the map here for those areas affected.
Yellow signs will be posted around the lake and abutting homeowners notified by mail. The following temporary restrictions will be in effect for the indicated areas only:

1. No swimming for 24 hours OR until 6/14/16 at 3pm
2. Do not use lake water for drinking, irrigation or for mixing sprays for agricultural or ornamental plants until further notice. Some irrigation restrictions may be relaxed, at the discretion of the applicator. These restrictions apply to all intakes within 1,200 feet of a treatment area.

Once post-treatment water testing is completed and found satisfactory, these restrictions will be lifted.

News post and map courtesy of NorthwoodLake.com

3/28/2016 - Proposed 2016 Milfoil Treatment Areas

The association has received information from SOLitude Lake Management regarding proposed milfoil treatment areas for the 2016 season. A PDF of the letter outlining treatment sites and other information is available for viewing.

11/30/15 - NLWA GoFundMe

The Northwood Lake Watershed Association has begun a crowdsourcing campaign to raise funds for the treatment of milfoil in Northwood Lake. The campaign is through GoFundMe. Below is the campaign information:
VARIABLE INVASIVE MILFOIL THREATENS WILDLIFE, INCLUDING LOONS AND BALD EAGLES, ON NORTHWOOD LAKE, NEW HAMPSHIRE


We need your help to save the natural beauty and wildlife on the shores of Northwood Lake. Common Loons, Bald Eagles, and Great Blue Heron are among the species of wildlife that call the Lake home. Variable Invasive Milfoil is a runaway weed choking Northwood Lake, threatening its value as a home to wildlife and as a resource to its community.

Fighting Variable Invasive Milfoil is expensive, with limited State and Municipal funding. NO Federal funding is available. Please contribute to our 2016 fight to ensure that Northwood Lake will remain a vibrant place where all can continue to live, learn and grow.

The Northwood Lake Watershed Association oversees the lake's health and welfare. The money collected by this initiative will be used 100% for the expensive work of controlling Variable Invasive Milfoil threatening the Lake's survival. Please read the Concord Monitor article detailing the impact and challenges of Variable Invasive Milfoil.

8/26/15 - 50 Years of Milfoil

The Concord Monitor published an article about Northwood Lake (among others) that face increased costs with milfoil treatments and decreased budgets from the federal, state, and town governments. The Northwood Lake Watershed Association manages this funding and treatment of the lake.

6/29/15 - 2015 Minutes Available

The 2015 minutes have been posted to the website, and are available for viewing.
These minutes are unapproved until next year's meeting. They are available in PDF or HTML format.


6/9/15 - Milfoil Treatment

This notice is from the Northwood Lake Watershed Association. The treatment map can be seen here.

This is a notice to all members that we have a scheduled herbicide (2,4-D) treatment of Northwood Lake on or around Thursday June 11th. Please look for posted notices around the lake.

It is recommended that the following restrictions be observed after the treatment:

  • Avoid drinking lake water for a period of 21 days.
  • Avoid swimming within 200 feet of treatment area for 24 hours following treatment.
  • Avoid using lake water to irrigate lawns or crops for 21 days following treatment if the intake is within 1,200 feet of a treatment area.
If you have any specific questions, please feel free to contact myself [Kevin Ash, NLWA] or NH DES (Amy.Smagula@des.nh.gov)


5/31/15 - 50th Anniversary T Shirts

At the 2015 annual meeting, it was determined that t-shirts will be made to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Pine Point Park. Kelly McInerney is handling all orders, which need to be submitted by June 13 to be created in time for the 4th of July celebration. To order, please email your name, size and quantity to Kelly at Kelly.mcinerney@gd-ms.com and don't forget to specify men, women or youth for the size. I will collect payment in cash or check at the time we deliver your shirt.

  • Sizes Available:
    • Men's S-3XL
    • Women's XS-2XL
    • Youth XXS-XL
  • All shirts will be blue
  • All shirts are $15


  • 5/5/15

    Mike McCarthy and Dave Stewart have turned the water on this past weekend. The system is ready to go, however, the pump is currently not powered. If water is needed, someone with the code and knowledge of how to operate the pump may turn it on. Otherwise, please contact Mike or Dave.


    4/6/15

    Recently, there have been breakins in the Gulf Road Association area and Pleasant Lake South. The Northwood Police have two suspects and some recovered property (fishing tools and equipment). A memo was sent to the Gulf Road association with contact information, and is available for review.
    The Gulf Road association members were advised to check their residences. If items are found to be missing or there are signs a crime has occurred please contact Northwood Police. The memo was sent from Sergeant Shane Wells, 603-942-9101 ext. 302 (8a-4p M-F), swells@northwoodpolice.org.