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Belleau Lake

Belleau Lake is a 187 acre lake in a 5.82 square mile watershed in Wakefield, NH. It is an artificial lake formed by the damming of the Little Ossipee River headwater. It flows over a dam through Woodman Lake and into Balch Lake. Invasive milfoil is found in this lake, and there are considerable efforts in place to manage this aquatic plant. For more information, check out the Belleau Lake Property Owner’s Association website or download the Belleau Lake Watershed brochure. For the most recent water quality report please follow this link to the UNH Lakes Lay Monitoring Program Reports.

WHAT’S AWWA UP TO ON BELLEAU LAKE?

  • Support for Invasive Species funding at the town level
  • Hosting events and workshops of interest to lake associations and their members

WHAT’S AWWA UP TO ON BELLEAU LAKE?

  • Support for Invasive Species funding at the town level
  • Hosting events and workshops of interest to lake associations and their members

Belleau Lake

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