Welcome to Lake Hiawatha
Lake Hiawatha is a small lake (approximately 70 acres) that is partly in Bellingham and partly in Blackstone. This quiet, serene lake is privately owned. The residents can enjoy the beauty of all the seasons taking part in fishing, skating, boating and more. There are no gas powered motors of any kind on this lake, making it one of the cleanest lakes in the state and environmentally friendly. Fishing is on a catch and release basis so that the population does not dwindle.
This lake is home to many beautiful wildlife including swans, ducks, blue herrings and more. In fact, our resident swans have been with us for more than 6 years! Yard
Our residents can join the Lake Hiawatha Association for $75.00 per year. This fee helps support the annual de-weeding of the lake as well as other beautification and environmental friendly projects throughout the year.
One hightlight of the lake is the annual Yard to Yard Sale held in September. Residents and visitors enjoy a multitude of Yard Sales surrounding the lake. Dynamites, hot dogs, soda and more are available throughout the day. Proceeds for this event also help out the lake community projects.
Lake Hiawatha is truly a hidden gem in the Bellingham - Blackstone Area.
The LHA Annual Dues Bill for 2017 has been emailed to all. You will also receive a paper copy attached to your mailbox sometime in April.
Mail your payment of $75.00 to
337 Lakeshore Drive, Bellingham
or drop off in the LHA mailbox located at 51 Lakeshore Drive.
Thank you in advance for your support.