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:
At the August 13 meeting, the following nominations were elected as our upcoming 2017-2019 executive board. David Reilly, President Dave has owned his Winona home for over 30 years, becoming a year-round resident in 2011. Originally from Massachusetts, he worked for the State … Continue reading
Since the last NHDOT public meeting on June 8, 2016, in Center Harbor, members of the Snake River/Mosquito Bridge Preservation Committee have worked closely and diligently throughout the summer with town officials, State Representative Valerie Fraser and NHDOT to develop a … Continue reading
You wouldn’t skip routine maintenance on an expensive car. Nor should you ignore the upkeep on your septic system. Keep in mind that a septic system costs less than $400 to pump but $12,000 or more to replace and can … Continue reading
The Anchorage Club, the oldest Masonic Railroad Club in New England, is celebrating its 100th Anniversary with a special scenic railway tour with Hobo Railroad on Saturday, October 1, 2016. Join the club and enjoy the fall foilage from a … Continue reading
The rain held off long enough for this year’s Canoe & Kayak Race, but the weather resulted in a smaller turnout than years past. Participants had fun racing each other around the large pink floating flamingo (our official race buoy compliments of Wally … Continue reading