Beaver Lake is a private, man made lake of approximately 152 acres located in the western portion of Ware, MA. The lake is currently owned and managed by Beaver Lake Trust Inc.  Beaver Lake Club Corporation is a non-profit organization of eligible property owners whose mission is to work together with Beaver Lake Trust Inc. to preserve and protect the lake for future generations.

News

Beaver Lake Nuisance Aquatic Vegetation Treatment - Wednesday June 3, 2020

Beaver Bytes

May 29, 2020

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


 

The lake will be treated to control milfoil growth on Wednesday June 3. Please see restrictions below on use of the lake. Thanks for your cooperation.

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Beaver Lake Logo Wear Size Information

Unclaimed Floating Dock and Smimming Hazard Markers

Beaver Bytes

May 28, 2020

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


 
Unclaimed Floating Dock
 
 

The swim raft shown above has been on the south end of the lake for a while. Now its “beached” (may have to look hard at the pictures to see it) by the 30 MPH sign on Beaver Lake Rd near Babcock Tavern Rd. Any one know who it belongs to?  Please reply to Ken Willette, kennethrwillette@gmail.com , 617-750-0111 .


Swimming Hazard Markers

If you are out in the middle of the lake, you will see two white milk jugs floating. These mark an area where the branches of submerged trees are sticking up, several sharp tips just a foot or two below the surface. Please do not anchor your boat and jump off into the water in this area! BLCC is working with a diver to remedy this in the next 30 days, but until then, please proceed with caution!

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Beaver Lake Logo Wear

Beaver Bytes

May26, 2020

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


Get your Beaver Lake Logo Wear Now!

Don't Pass up Another Opportunity! Get your Beaver Lake Logo Wear Now!  A great way to support the Beaver Lake Club and get some new special order Beaver Lake clothing. Hats, T-shirts, lighter weight sweatshirts and even youth sizes!  All proceeds with support BLCC.  Order soon, Sale ends June 12, 2020.  

https://2020beaverlake.itemorder.com/
 

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Beaver Lake Beach Use Guidelines

Beaver Bytes

May 22, 2020

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


 

Looks like this weekend will be a great start to the summer! As a member of the Beaver Lake Community Club, you have access to our wonderful lake and beaches, but those come with a responsibility to use them respectfully and, this year, in compliance with recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Gov. Baker.

The sign below will be posted at all three beaches and parking areas. These guidelines are for the safety of our community and your compliance with each of them is requested.


BLCC has ordered a portable restroom for only the West Beach, but it may not be delivered until next week. It will be cleaned daily and deep cleaned weekly. If you visit West Beach, you are encouraged to bring hand sanitizer and cleaning wipes for your own use and to supplement the hand sanitizer in the portable restroom.

The picnic tables have been removed.

Here are some reminders about standing BLCC Policies and Beach Etiquette that remain in effect:

  • You must be a member in good standing of BLCC to access the lake and beaches for any purpose, boating, swimming, tubing; you name it!
  • No dogs allowed on the beaches and approach areas surrounding beaches.
  • There are no trash receptacles, it is “You carried it in, please carry it out”.
  • Kayak racks are first come, first served, and should not be climbed on.
  • Last one to leave the West Beach parking lot, please close and lock the gate.
  • Blue, 2020 Stickers must be on vehicles and watercraft by June 1.

Lastly, this Saturday, several BLCC Board members will be in the middle of the lake working with a SCUBA diver to try and remove submerged trees whose branches stick up and are just below the water’s surface. These present a very real danger to kids and adults jumping off boats to swim. If they cannot be removed, the area will be marked by hazard buoys and a notice sent to the community.

On behalf of the BLCC Board, thank you for your continued support, especially during these challenging times. We are on track to meet our membership goal and the Community was very generous with donations of food and funds for the Jubilee Food Cupboard. As restrictions on public gatherings ease, our social programs will resume. As I have said to many people, “If I have to stay home to stay safe, Beaver Lake is the place to do it!”

Now, more than ever, your respect of our community & the lake by following the basic guidelines and etiquette outlined here Is needed. Thank you for your compliance and continued support!

Ken Willette
President
BLCC
 

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Success! Beaver Lake Club Assistance For The Jubilee Food Cupboard

Beaver Bytes


May 13, 2020

Beaver Bytes is an e-mail communication issued by the BeaverlakeCC.com website to inform website members about current BLCC news and upcoming events.


 


Thanks to the overwhelming generosity of so many Beaver Lake community residents, we were able to deliver a good many boxes and bags full of donated food and other necessaries to the Jubilee Food Cupboard of the Trinity Episcopal Church in Ware this afternoon.

Cheryl Vaugh, director of the Cupboard, was greatly appreciative of the variety and the quantity of food that will help so many Ware residents during this difficult and challenging time for our community.

We plan to collect food again in mid-June and will send out a notice about specific dates in the future.

Thanks to everyone who participated—for their generosity and the many offers of assistance we received to help with sorting and delivery.  When we move forward with future deliveries, we will seek the assistance of those others who offered to help.

Thanks to Deborah & David Poppel for leading this effort.

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