Welcome to Long Pond 

in Parsonsfield, Maine

The purpose of the Long Pond Association (LPA) is to promote the protection and enhancement of the water quality of Long Pond and to preserve its ecological, economic, recreational and aesthetic value.  The LPA is a 501(c)(3) organization with Tax ID 01-0967755.


The successful treatment of Long Pond in the Spring of 2022 was made possible by the generous contributions from the LPA membership, the West End House Camp, and concerned citizens as well as support from state and local governments.  Donations continue to be accepted to support the LPA mission of preserving and enhancing the water quality and overall health of the lake. 

Link to our Spring 2022 Alum Treatment webpage for more information.

Bird photos by Jim Whitney 

Sunrise over the pond - July 2023

Septic System Inspection Program

The LPA is offering the following assistance to LPA members who wish to have their septic system inspected:

If you are interested, please fill out and submit this application.

LakeSmart Tips

Help keep Long Pond free of watershed-borne nutrients by following these tips:

LPA Dues

The Long Pond Association collects dues from members each year. These dues go toward the operations of the organization, prevention of aquatic intruders, and other programs. Payment of $100 for fiscal year 2025 is due by May 16, 2024. Please submit a check made out to "Long Pond Association" and post it to: Peggy Day, 50 Oakland Ave, Westbrook, ME 04092. Or, pay now by credit card.

LPA Meetings

Interested in what is happening on the pond? Would you like to meet your neighbors?  Come to a Long Pond Association meeting!  Meetings are held during the summer and open to anyone interested in Long Pond and the surrounding area

The next general meeting of the Long Pond Association will be held Saturday, August 10 2024 at 11:00am at the West End House Camp on the Road Between the Ponds in Parsonsfield.

See the minutes from all previous meetings.  View the Long Pond Association bylaws.

Please have a look at the Long Pond Guidelines for homeowners and renters.

For information on water quality and invasive plants, please see the following websites: