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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Board of Directors Meeting

October 8, 2017

Mary Silks reported on the analysis of several algae blooms on the lake over the past year. One found on August 25th was identified as Aphanothese, a blue green algae in the cyanobacteria family. This was not one of the extreme toxic varieties, but can still cause skin irritation to swimmers and internal distress if ingested. Fortunately it dispersed quickly, but the appearance of these types of algae in our lake means we not only have to watch it closely, but also investigate what developments around the lake may be contributing to it.

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Lake Management