Blue Algae Bloom
Confirmed on Otter Lake
has indicated the original spotting on the
mitigated, but people should be on the lookout for new
occurrences. For more information click
Any outbreaks should be reported to the DEC.
Contact information is available here. You should submit any possible sighting using this form.
Be aware there are risks piping surface water from the lake into your
home or camp. Click here.
old lock on the gate to the boat launch has been changed, A
key is available for Otter Lake Membership owners. If you
paid membership and need a new key please contact Shari
(315.532.8818) of June Wellman (1046 Norton Rd). If you have
old key it will be replaced for free. If you do not have an
key it will be $10.
Otter Lake Association Membership Form added to web site. Click Here
and Greet THe meet
and greet was held at the Otter Lake Station on August 11. A
good time was had by all!.
OLA Scholarship Awards Thanks
to your generous donations four substantial scholarships were awarded
in 2017. The recipients were Danielle Commisso, Zacharia
Commisso, William Johnson, Mora Oranicio, and Carter
Schmitt. Congratulations! We wish them the best in their academic
work included insertion of a drainage pipe and repaving of the lower
section of the road to the boat launch. Please do not park
the indicated markers.
life expectancy of our Grass Carp has run out and one shouldn’t be
alarmed to see dead carp washing up on shore. (They can be safely
buried and make great fertilizer) Remember that by order of the DEC and
APA, fishing for grass carp is prohibited. Accidental catches must be
Takes a Swim in Otter Lake
On September 28, 2007 a moose decided to take a swim across the
lake. Click here for some
Swimming in the Lake
Pictures of some otters having fun in the lake. Click here for