Help keep Horn Pond clean!
Invasive aquatic plants are a big challenge for lakes in Maine and New Hampshire and quick action actually helps preserve a lake. If you see any unusual growth activity, please contact our volunteer lake watcher Rich Melanson at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Always check your boat, trailer and equipment for plant fragments before launch and after take-out.
CHINESE MYSTERY SNAILS ON HORN POND
It has come to our attention that several residents have noticed a great deal of Chinese Mystery Snails. These are invasive to our lake and should be extracted if spotted. More information can be found at:www.mainevlmp.org/programs/other-programs/chinese-mystery-snails/
New Hampshire Lakes Association Videos
NH Lakes offers an aquatic invasive species overview video
Aquatic Invasive Species in New Hampshire’s Waters: The Past, Present and Future?
and their Lake Host training video
Protect Our Lakes: How to Lake Host
Did you know we have a well known artist who is resides on Horn Pond? CAROL O'MALIA is accomplished artist and her paintings have caught the attention of both private and corporate collectors. Her work has been displayed in a number of regional museums as well as galleries in New York, California, Massachusetts, Florida, Maine, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. To find out more about Carol's work, check out her website at www.omalia.com This is one example of her work, it is called "Fly Like a G6".
Good Lake Manners
Local Services & Links
Tri-Town Tennis Association
A community tennis association
for permanent and seasonal residents
of Shapleigh, Newfield, and Acton, Maine.
Click here to visit TTTA's website
Horn Pond Organizations
Mountain View Shore Association
Association for the homes around Mountain View Road.