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Jun 24
Jul 1


Independence Day Fireworks on Lake St. Catherine

Jul 2

5th Annual Boat Parade

Sunday, July 2nd ay 1 PM

Jul 22


There is a lot to see and a lot to learn here. If you are a member of our association, you’ll be kept up to date on our efforts to control milfoil, sedimentation, prevent pollution and, above all, keep our magnificent lake clean, clear and full of fish and a source of the best in water recreational activity. You’ll also be updated on association meetings and events.

If you wish to contact a member of our Board of Trustees or the officers of the Lake St. Catherine Association please go to our section on The Lake St. Catherine Association. You will also find our Association meeting dates. All meetings are open to the public and we always welcome your questions and comments.

If you wish to become a member, we make it easy. We have room for everyone. Just click on "Become A Member" here or at the top of this page under Membership and fill out our new member form.

If you have come to this site as a casual visitor, you’ll be able learn about the history of the area, the many opportunities for recreation and for observing the diversity of wildlife and to enjoy the exceptional fishing. Please explore our site!

Water Quality & Milfoil Control

For those of you who want to learn more about milfoil we have a section showing typical plants and information about how it grows and some experiments with weed control

Maps & Recreation

We provide maps of the Lake indicating depths and the typography of the area; a chart indicating the fish found in Vermont's fresh water lakes and rivers and much more

Recent news

LSCA Announces 2017 Milfoil Treatment

The Lake St. Catherine Association would like to inform the community that the lake will be treated for milfoil on Wednesday June 14th, 2017.
05/27/2017 | Jerremy | 0
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Take A Hike - Climb Haystack Mountain

Looking for a gorgeous bird’s eye view of the Stone Valley? Climb Haystack Mountain in nearby Pawlet (not to be confused with Haystack Mountain in Wilmington, VT.)
05/12/2017 | Jerremy | 0
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LSCA Applies For Permit To Restore Connectivity To Lily Pond

The Lake St. Catherine Association has applied for a permit to remove sediment and organic debris from the center of the channel between the Lily Pond and the North Bay of Lake St. Catherine.
05/12/2017 | Jerremy | 0
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