Welcome to Lakeville Lake

Also known as Lake Wononscopomuc. Nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires it is Connecticut’s deepest lake and a premiere recreational asset for swimming, sailing, canoeing and fishing in the summer and skating and cross country skiing in the winter.

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About the Association

The Lake Wononscopomuc Association was formed in 1988 to protect, preserve and improve this important scenic and recreational resource for the enjoyment of present and future generations. Our mission is to promote public awareness of potential threats to the ecological health of this lake and its watershed, to improve its water quality and to discourage the growth of invasive weeds that may threaten the safe enjoyment of the lake by our community.

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Annual Meeting

June 2, 2018

Mary Silks gave a brief review of the lake water quality study report. She noted the lake water quality seems to be fairly stable over the past couple of decades. One exception is an increase in alkalinity probably due to storm water runoff from properties in the watershed and deicing material used by the state on the highways around the lake. The increase in alkalinity leads to more nutrients for blue-green algae and probably accounts for reduced water clarity in spring and autumn.


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Lake Management