We look forward to again being able to visit with old friends, foster new friendships, and meet our new members, while we celebrate our love of Toddy Pond. Justin Thatcher of the Balsam Cove Campground will again gift the Toddy Pond Association with the use of the pavilion for our 2021 gathering. We hope that you will join us! We will provide grilled chicken, hotdogs, fixin’s and beverages. Please bring a pot luck dish to share ! Our events are open to all Toddy Pond property owners and pond supporters.
Please let us know if you will attend and how many in your group by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invite you to learn more about Toddy Pond and all it has to offer.
Here you will be able to learn about our organization, our mission and our ongoing projects, read up on our pond's history and meet our board members.
You will also be able to become a member, pay your dues, donate additional funds and contact us with questions or comments.
WHY BECOME A MEMBER?
Membership is an important way to underwrite our efforts at keeping our lake clean and beautiful for the enjoyment of all. The Toddy Pond Association is an all-volunteer organization and relies on your donated funds and dues to support the programs that we conduct for the greater good of Toddy Pond.
Membership runs for each calendar year, from January through December and includes our twice yearly newsletter The Toddy Ponder.
Visit the Membership Page.
To protect Toddy Pond and its watershed through responsible stewardship and education so that we and future generations may enjoy its beauty.
Courtesy Boat Inspection
Toddy Pond Boat Launch
Sign up for 4.5 hr shifts- Training Provided
June, July, Aug
Help protect our lakes from invasive species!
Students (16 yr +) / Seniors Welcome
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Are you missing a canoe or float?
Found: One canoe, good working condition, on lower Toddy Pond in fall of 2020. Was found washed up on shore of the west side of lake. If you think it might be yours, please send an email describing your missing canoe to email@example.com and we can see if it’s a match.
There is a loose wooden float on the eastern shore of South Toddy in good condition with green artificial carpet. Contact Lucy 207-266-3212.
Beached on the floating island between North Toddy and Middle Toddy: an octagonal wooden float or dock section.
Red wooden Adirondack chair floated in to Tilton’s at Old Toddy Pond cabins.
The best way to report an injured or dead loon or any injured animal is to call the Maine warden service 1-800-432-7381
(photo credit Alex Rogers)