Spofford Lake Association

 Mission Statement:

The Spofford Lake Association exists to protect the natural resources and ecological conditions of Spofford Lake and of Chesterfield, New Hampshire so as to serve their recreational interests, promote their preservation, and enhance their character and scenic beauty.
Spofford Lake is a 739-acre (2.99 km2)[1] water body located in Cheshire County in southwestern New Hampshire, in the town of Chesterfield. Water from Spofford Lake flows via Partridge Brook to the Connecticut River. In 2005 the NH Department of Fish and Game named Spofford Lake the cleanest lake in southwestern New Hampshire, despite the amount of motor boating. The village of Spofford is located at the lake's outlet..