Welcome to the lake!

The Cold Stream Camp Owners' Association is a volunteer, non-profit organization.

Our Mission: "Protecting and improving the water quality of Cold Stream Pond."

LakeSmart Tip of the Month: "Show a neighbor how much you care about Cold Stream Pond by telling them about LakeSmart."

Current News

Food sale sells out early. More

Bass Derby-- 31 boats entered, official results available More.

Boat parade results More

Summer events still to come:

  • Saturday July 21-- Loon count. More
  • Saturday July 28-- Annual meeting. More.

Reminder: Projects affecting soil or vegetation near the lake may require a permit-- check with the Town first!

Watershed grant money still availble for roads and shoreline projects. More.

Kiosk refurbished. More      2018 CSCOA maps available. More

You can now join or renew online. Click below.

     

As a 501c-3 non-profit organization, all dues and donations are tax deductible.


News, Events, Newsletters

Check out meeting notes and highlights from recent events. Here you can also find newsletters dating back to 2004.

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Lake Information

Learn about the history of Cold Stream Pond, fish and wildlife, and shoreland zoning at Cold Stream Pond. You can also find important permits and forms.

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LakeSmart

The flagship program of the Maine Lakes Society, LakeSmart recognizes waterfront homeowners who use natural landscaping strategies to protect the health of Cold Stream Pond. Find out more and schedule a visit to your property.

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Photos and Memories

Send us your old photos and stories to include in our newsletter and website. Email Laurie Fenwood at lfenwood@gmail.com.

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Water Quality

The Cold Stream Pond Camp Owners' Association participates in the Maine Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program. CSCOA volunteers measure water clarity throughout the summer. The CSCOA also funds collection of water samples which are analyzed for phosphorus, the major pollutant of Cold Stream Pond.

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