Peacham Pond is located near Groton State Forest in Central Vermont.  The Peacham Pond Association was formed in 1947 with the object "to assist in improving, promoting, maintaining and protecting wild life in the area and assisting each other in the betterment of the Camp Community".  

During the 1947 meetings much of the discussion focused on getting electricity to the seasonal properties on the pond, the stocking of fish and the quality of the roads.  There were fifteen members who paid one dollar each in annual dues.

While we still talk about roads and fish, times have changed.  Our discussions now include topics of water quality, invasive species, health of the loon population and our relationship with town government.  The pond now has a number of year round residents and our annual meeting includes family day activities and a picnic.

This web site is intended as a resource for Peacham Pond Association members.  Please visit us regularly for updated news, event calendar, useful links/resources and pictures of the pond.

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