Welcome Owners and Guests of Lake Winona

As property owners on Lake Winona we are fortunate to have clear, clean water; water that is critical for fish and wildlife habitat and recreation. Lake Winona is our most valuable resource and protecting it is an investment we all must make.

This website is maintained by the Lake Winona Improvement Association (LWIA) and contains lake protection tips and helpful information on maintaining a healthy lake for both property owners and visitors.

Recent News from the LWIA:

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Making a Second Home Look Lived In

The following points are condensed from various articles and police reports about best practices. Enlist support of neighbors. Provide emergency notification phone numbers to your closest year-round neighbors. Make sure that your information with the LWIA is accurate. Let Nora Foster … Continue reading

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2017 Summer Meeting Set for June 24

The Lake Winona Improvement Association (LWIA) summer meeting will be held Saturday, June 24 at 9 am. Jeanne Chute (900 Winona Rd) has once again graciously offered her wonderful yard and stunning views of the lake for our meeting. Coffee, muffins, … Continue reading

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Winona Lake Host Program Kicks Off June 3

We will kick off our Lake Winona Lake Host Program Saturday, June 3. Last year, thanks to the efforts of paid and volunteer Lake Hosts, 68 complimentary boat and watercraft inspections were conducted at Lake Winona’s boat launch. Statewide, the … Continue reading

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Ice Out on Winona

Today was our official 2017 ice out date; similar to prior ice out dates and a just a few days behind Winnipesaukee’s April 16 ice out. Just a few days prior, the lake still had a layer of ice over most … Continue reading

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New ‘Clean & Drain’ Law Effective January 1, 2017

The new ‘Clean & Drain’ law, initiated by NH Lakes, went into effect on January 1, 2017. Now all recreational boaters are essentially required to: Clean off all hitchhiking fragments of plants, animals, and debris on the outside of vessel … Continue reading

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