Preserving and protecting Ossipee Lake, its bays and rivers, and the surrounding waters since 2003

Campers Sue Past and Present Westward Shores Owners and the Town of Ossipee

A long-simmering dispute over zoning enforcement and sales practices at Westward Shores has come to a head with a lawsuit filed in State Superior Court by more than 70 campers against the Town of Ossipee and the current and previous owners of the big lake business. The group has asked the court to ‘grandfather’ their camping units for zoning purposes, and is seeking monetary damages from current campground owner Northgate Ossipee, and two previous owners, Anthony Aversa and Joan Brassil.

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3 months ago

Posting for a friend at Wabanaki:
Lost our tube somewhere on ossipee. Would be great if someone finds it and could return it to Wabanaki campground. It was our daughters Xmas gift this past year.
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Where is the new weather feature on the website from? It doesn’t seem very accurate. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

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NH Marine Patrol has asked us to post the following request for information. Please share with others:

The New Hampshire State Police - Marine Patrol is actively investigating a boat crash that took place on Ossipee Lake. It happened in the late evening hours on July 3rd or early morning hours of July 4, 2018 in the area of Long Sands Road in Ossipee. A moored power boat was struck by a pontoon style boat that left the scene. Anyone with information relative to this matter is urged to contact NHSP - Marine Patrol via email at Marine.Patrol@dos.nh.gov or (603) 293-2037 ext. 0.
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4 months ago

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Green Mountain Conservation Group needs water quality monitoring volunteers to collect water samples on Tuesday, July 31. You'll leave from Totem Pole Park on a shaded pontoon boat at 10 a.m. and be back around 3 p.m. There will be refreshments. A pleasant day on the lake for a good cause. Contact Jill Emerson at (603) 539-1859 or water@gmcg.org for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

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