Our annual Lake Hamilton fishing clinic will be held at the Lake Hamilton Dock (at the intersection of E. Keeling Rd. and Henderson Rd.) on Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. until noon. Kids of all ages are welcome to come and learn from our enthusiastic resident anglers. Bring a rod and enjoy a beautiful morning at our lake!
As a reminder, fishing at Lake Hamilton is open to the families of dues-paying members of Hamilton Lakes and Parks. If you need to renew your annual dues, please visit this page.
We also invite residents to participate in our neighborhood clean-up and work day on the morning of May 18. We’ll be gathering by the dock at 9 a.m. to talk about what needs to be done. Bring a pair of work gloves (and maybe some bug spray!) and help us preserve the beauty of Hamilton Lakes and Parks.
Lake Euphemia, Lake Hamilton, and Jim King Pond now all have pair of swans, thanks to the generosity of our neighbors in Hamilton Lakes and Parks. These majestic birds are enthralling to watch, and they also help keep the Canada geese under control.
Jack and Rose were relocated from a farm in Minnesota to Lake Hamilton in February.
Pretty Girl joined Big Boy, who was already a resident on Jim King Pond. They’re still getting to know each other, but maybe they’ll be in love by next year!
One of your neighbors recently wrote:
I wanted to thank you and the rest of the board for all the work that you did to get us not only a new swan couple for Lake Hamilton but also a mate for the widower swan that is on Jim King Pond. For me these birds have added so much pleasure to already joyous walks on the paths in our beautiful neighborhood. And I missed them terribly when they were gone. I know that many others value them as well even if not everyone has told you so. Please accept my thanks and extend it to all those who helped with this effort.