Important Dates: Lake Science programs scheduled for the next two Sundays (8/19 & 8/26) have to be CANCELLED due to illness, and we hope to reschedule them next summer

The Twin Lakes of Salisbury, Connecticut, otherwise
known 
as Lakes Washining (East Twin) and Washinee
(West Twin), serve 
as an important freshwater resource for the state of Connecticut.  The Twin Lakes are regarded as one of the State’s best fisheries supporting both warm-water and cold-water game fish. They have excellent water quality and support adiverse assemblage of aquatic plants including several State Protected species. The ample amount of wooded shoreline and large adjacent wetlands} provide hospice for an array of wildlife. There is low to moderate density residential development around the lake shorelines. The lakes are a recreational resource for the area, supporting a variety of water-based activities including fishing, paddling, swimming and water skiing.

Please help preserve our beautiful lakes.

• Treat all boaters, lake residents, and wildlife with respect and consideration.

• Avoid large wakes, jet skiing, and casting near docks, boats and swimmers.

• Remember that sound carries over water—avoid making loud noise.

• Help us keep the lakes safe, clean and trash free.

Thank you for your cooperation!