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Queen Lake

Last Updated: 7/2016
 Fishing
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Description

        

      Queen Lake Beach has been available since 1934 when Daniel "Web" Baker granted it to the inhabitants of the Town of Phillipston as a gift to be used for the purpose of a free public bathing beach. Located on Queen Lake Road (Route 101), 1 mile south of the Phillipston Center, the beach offers a public swimming area for the town. All persons are cautioned to swim within 100 feet from the shore. Persons swimming further than 100 feet from shore should be accompanied by a boat or visible watercraft. There are posted signs for parking along Route 101. A porta-potty is available on the premises, as well as trash dispensers and buoys that mark the separation of the boat ramp and beach. No dogs are allowed on the beach. For complete rules and regulations, please see the Town Bylaws 
        The Queen Lake Association oversees the large resort lake. The Town owns and maintains the public beach and boat ramp. A new committee made up of Queen Lake Association members and town residents has formed to address the potential invasive species in Queen Lake. Occasional needs and concerns are brought to town attention via meetings with the Selectmen.
STATISTICS
Skill Level:  Class 1 - Flat water
Estimated Time:    1.5 hour
Distance around lake:  3.3 miles

Nearest Address:  
{cke_protected}{C}%3C!%2D%2DStartFragment%2D%2D%3E269 Queen Lake Road, Phillipston, MA 01331
Position: 42-31.55 N 72-07.00 W
USGS Map: Athol, MA
Access:
The boat ramp is gravel and is located next to the town beach.  There is only some rocks to separate the two.  Park roadside.

Physical Features:
  • Area:                139 acres
  • Max depth:          feet
  • Average Depth:   feet
  • Transparency:     feet
  • Terrain Type:  Homes, Woods

Fish Population
  • Last survey Unknown
  •   Species : Unknown

Put-In/Take-Out Directions ( 4.5 miles, 8 minutes):
From Exit 20 of Route 2 - Templeton/Baldwinville

  1. At the end of the ramp turn south on Baldwinville Road.
  2. At mile 1.0, in the center of Templeton, turn right onto Route 101 South just past the First Church of Templeton.
  3. At mile 4.5, arrive at the town beach on your right. The boat ramp is to the left of the beach.
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Queen Lake Association
       The primary purpose of this Association shall be to promote the best interests of Queen Lake.
      The Queen Lake Association By-Laws are posted on the website.
The Queen Lake Association meets annually on the second Saturday of July. The Association’s Board of Directors meet twice yearly: in June to set the agenda for the annual meeting again in the autumn.

QLA