The Harvey Lake Association
Harvey Lake is a beautiful lake located about 50 kilometers southwest of Fredericton, New Brunswick. The lakeshore is home to many cottages and permanent residences, but also has expanses of undeveloped shoreline making it a lovely place to swim, fish, and boat in the summer, and snowmobile, ski and skate in the winter. The lake is about 6 km long and 1 1/4 km wide at the widest points, with a drainage area of 26 square km.
Because of the importance of the lake to its users, the Harvey Lake Association was formed in an effort to keep the lake clean and healthy. Its formal mission is the following:
The goal of the Harvey Lake Association is to promote a healthy and safe
Harvey Lake ecosystem and watershed for the benefit of all users.
Check out our brochure for a short description of Association purpose and activities.
The main purpose of this website is to inform members of the Harvey Lake Association about stewardship activities being done to the benefit of all. Please explore the website to learn about the current and past projects, data that is being collected and analyzed, as well as the latest news. Photos of Harvey Lake are posted throughout and, for the most part, were taken by members of the Association.
Want to be a member? Fill out the membership application and mail it to the indicated address. Membership is only $5 per year. Best deal in town!!
Membership Directories ($5 each) can be ordered at email@example.com.
We're on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube
Check out our Facebook page. It has status updates about and tons of pictures of our beautiful lake. You don't need a Facebook account to view our page; it's open to the public. You need an account only to make comments.
Our Twitter account links us to many other waterway and lake associations around Canada and the United States as well as to research and government organizations that focus on lake stewardship.
And finally, see us on YouTube. Check out member videos and links to other YouTube videos that you may find interesting.
Suggestions on how to enhance these venues are welcome. Just send them to: