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PO Box 5, Weare, NH 03281
The Lake Horace Landowners Corporation or LHLOC is a volunteer run organization established for the purpose of advocating a reasoned approach to management of Lake Horace to ensure the long-term stability of the lakes environmental and economic viability. Our areas of focus are:
* Preserving the waters from pollution and misuse.
* Protecting the health and safety of individuals who use the lake for recreation.
* Preserving the natural habitat of wildlife in and around the lake.
Chase Park - Boat Ramp Hours
LAST WEEKEND October 11 &12. Ramp closes 11-5.
All hours are weather permitting and submect to change. In doubt? Call Chase Park at
529-1866. Updated hours can also be heard on the Parks & Recreation voice mail 529-1866.
FOR SALE, LOST & FOUND
Do you have an item for sale, lost, or found? Email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will post on our Facebook page.
LHLOC Annual Meeting
Annual meetings are held in July at Chase Park. Please check back for exact day and time.
Your membership is needed. Click here to learn more. Please donate today!
LHLOC membership only $20.00!
Thank you to everyone who donated this year. The show was fantastic. We went back to Pyrotecnica and they didn't disappoint. A huge thanks to Mr. Tiffany for the use of his land, for all those who donated money and for those who worked tirelessly collecting the donations.
This webpage was last updated: October 11, 2014
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Lake Draw Down
The annual fall drawdown of Lake Horace began on October 11th. Total depth 5 feet. For more information regarding annual lake drawdowns, please contact NHDES.