Welcome to Lake Hiawatha
This quiet, serene lake is privately owned. The residents here enjoy the beauty of the changing seasons that only lake living can deliver.
Access to fishing, boating, swimming, skating, and more are available.
(There are no gas powered motors of any kind on this lake, making it one of the cleanest and environmentally friendly lakes in the state.)
Also, fishing is on a catch and release basis so that our fish population remains healthy 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 10 years!
The Lake Hiawatha Association is run by volunteers who help to make the lake safe and enjoyable for all residents. Membership is $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. We encourage all residents to join.
We meet monthly during the months of April through October. All are welcome to attend.
Lake Hiawatha is truly a hidden gem in the Bellingham - Blackstone Area.
Thank you to all who have sent in their annual dues. If you have not already done so, please mail to 337 Lakeshore Drive, or, drop in the LHA box at 51 Lakeshore Drive.
Thursday, July 22 at 6:30
All welcome to Attend
Elections took place at the last meeting.
Our current officers are:
- President – Larry Sposato
- Vice President – Alison Ferrone
- Treasurer – Mark Pouliot
- Secretary – Tabitha Willey
- Wardens – George Leal, Pam Leal, David Buettner
- Board of Directors –
Ray Shamas (Data Management), Nancy Davidson
The LHA Annual Dues Bill for 2021 have been mailed. We continue to collect dues payments.
Please remit $75.00 as soon as possible.
Mail to 337 Lakeshore Drive, or, drop in the LHA box at 51 Lakeshore Drive.
Thank you for your support.
What is the LHA?
Becoming a member of Lake Hiawatha allows you to use the beach for swimming and boating as well as access to the boat launch off Marcel Lane.
To learn more about what the Lake Hiawatha Association is Click here.
Lake WardensOur volunteer Lake Wardens do monitor the lake, especially the beach.
Contact any one of the Wardens by calling or texting:
George Leal 508-530-8211
Note: This is a voluntary position and lake wardens are NOT available on any particular schedule. Please be patient.