The Lake Attitash Association (LAA) was formed in 1993 to develop and encourage activities, improvements, and responsible behavior on Lake Attitash and in its watershed for the best interests of residents and visitors, and to preserve the aesthetic, environmental and recreational values of the lake.
LAA is a non-profit organization managed by volunteers. Any person, family, or business interested in supporting the purposes of the association is welcome to join.
Many in the lake community are concerned about maintaining the quality of the lake for ourselves, our children and for future generations to enjoy. We share common concerns over various issues such as overgrowth of nuisance weeds, water quality, boating safety, and wildlife preservation.
The best way to address these concerns is by working together to identify them and then address them as an organized group. Many other lakes around Massachusetts and all over the country have done the same.
Note: The Lake Attitash Association does not own, control or manage any beach or any access to the lake.
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Mission Accomplished! You are the best!
The friends and protectors of Lake Attitash have met the goal of $25,000 for this year’s invasive weed treatment. We met that goal in 70 days! Many, many thanks to lake residents and their friends who contributed to this successful campaign. You are the best!
All the permits we have to obtain from Amesbury and Merrimac are in place and the 2021 invasive weed treatment, targeting milfoil and curlyleaf pondweed is anticipated to take place in June.
We look forward to seeing the effects of the use of ProcellaCOR on the persistent variable milfoil growth in Back River this year.
LAA Board of Directors