Loch Haven

Loch Haven is a family-oriented waterfront community of approximately 300 homes on the Mayo peninsula of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. The community is governed by the Loch Haven Civic Association (LHCA), which maintains several areas for the enjoyment of its members including a recreation area, a marina and boat ramp, a community beach, a playing field, water-access rights of way, and beautiful vistas of the South River at the Overlook.

Read the November newsletter

Santa's Visit

Santa will be visiting our Loch Haven children at on December 15th. More details to come.

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Loch Haven Residents

Fishing Event!

Join your neighbors on November 17th.

Contact the event organizers for more information: Mike Harper 443-534-1771 and Mick Sweeny 410-353-2131.

In Other News

LHCA Annual Budget

Members of the Loch Haven Civic Association voted to approve the 2019 Annual Budget at the General Membership Meeting on November 13th. For information about the budget, see the November issue of Loch Haven News or email treasurer@lochhaven.org. A special meeting about beach project financing will be announced soon.

Loch Haven Parking Stickers and Community Directory

Parking stickers are required at the rec area, pier, beach, and overlook. If you need a sticker or a Loch Haven Community Directory, please contact Pam Cotter at pamcotter@verizon.net or 410-991-5054.

Check it out!

The Neighbors of the Mayo Peninsula is a community organization committed to preserving public safety, environmental stability and the quality of life on the Mayo peninsula. They have an active Facebook group.

Mayo Parks Plans

The final master plans for the Mayo Peninsula Parks are posted on the AA County website at http://www.aacounty.org/departments/recreation-parks/parks/mayo-peninsula-parks/.

The Health of the South River

The South River Federation has released its annual South River Scorecard. The Scorecard presents data on key indicators of River health such as water clarity, dissolved oxygen, underwater grasses, and the abundance of aquatic life. You can view the report card report and the related graphics here on their website.