Are you looking for outdoor adventures? How about learning a new skill? Join us as we set out to guide your though a fun and exciting summer experience. Our programs are open to families and individuals alike. Some limitations may apply for small children but we work hard to make a fun and exciting experience for all. Please note that each program has limited availability so please register early for a guaranteed spot! Check back often to see a list of our ongoing and new family and adult programs. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Programs offered through-out the summer:
Adult Summer Sailing Series
Cost: $20 members or $25 non-members. For more information click here!
Adventure Ecology Programs
The Squam Lakes Association offers free programs open to the public on a variety of nature and conservation related topics throughout the year. The Adventure Ecology programs are presented by the Lakes Region Conservation Corps members who spend their time on Squam performing important conservation work in support of the Association's mission.
Weed Watcher Mornings
Weed Watcher mornings, held every Saturday morning in June, July, and August, is just one aspect of the SLA's invasive management program. Participants will join SLA milfoil experts for a morning of Weed Watching. After participating in this program, you will be a trained Weed Watcher, and can then survey the Lakes on your own, helping to protect Squam from aquatic invasive species. Participants can Weed Watch while snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking, paddleboards, or from a motor boat.
Adult & Family Boat Building Workshop with NH Boat Museum
The New Hampshire Boat Museum is offering an Adult and Family boat building workshop. In this session, adults can work individually or as a team with family and/or children. Choose between making the one person canoe or a Bevin’s Skiff. We will supply all the tools, supplies and expertise to help you build your boat. Depending on the type of boat you select, you may be finished with your project prior to the end of the course. Children will be taught the safe use of hand and a limited number of small power tools. At the end of the session, a special launching on Squam Lake will be held to celebrate the completion of the craft.
Not being offered in 2017. Check back next year!
We will be adding more programs - check back frequently!
All participants must have a completed legal form on file. You can download the Legal forms here.
For more information call 603-968-7336 or contact Torey Lee.