The Lake Hadlock Association takes great pride in the condition of our lake. It tests the lake waters in several different place along the lake, several times a year, and is constantly looking and searching for ways to improve the water of Lake Hadlock. Aquatic Plant life is one of the many interests the association is concerned about. It has been working diligently trying to ride the lake of invasive plant life.
The Board takes the responsibility of preserving the quality of life for our Association Members at the Lake and in the surrounding community very seriously. Our responibility is to keep you, our members, informed of the issues facing our lake community. Our goal is to preserve the treasure we have today and plan for future generations.
Please visit the different Lake Issues pages. They are packed wih great information on how to preserve our lake and what we as a Board are doing about it.
If you have any comments or suggestions please email us or participate in the discussion forums to help raise awareness.
News & Events AUG 23rd
Message from LHPD Park Manager re: Harvester
As I am sure some of you are aware, the mechanical harvester has not been operational for almost two weeks due to a major mechanical breakdown. It is unknown at this point if parts will be available to continue operations through Labor Day weekend.
Local News SEP 20th
Adirondacks Welcome Center opens near Exit 18
QUEENSBURY — The Adirondacks Welcome Center, located off the northbound lanes of the Northway near Exit 18, had its grand opening Thursday, showcasing tourism information, regional snacks and beverages and even some historical trivia....Read More