Visitors and residents love to capture magical moments on Pawtuckaway Lake in pictures and share them with like-minded individuals. We have collected many of them in galleries to share with the wider world. The following pages showcase some of these photos, whether of our Fourth of July Boat Parade, the amazing and varied wildlife on or around the lake, or the breathtaking scenery that changes with the weather, the time of day, and the seasons. Our last gallery takes us back in time to 1985, when the lake was virtually drained. This left an eerie landscape that was captured in photographs by former Pawtuckaway resident George Robinson, among others. If you are interested in some history about Dolloff Dam, you can find it here. Each gallery page has simple instructions on how to start watching, how to advance to the next photo, or how to choose one to view by itself. Most of the wildlife photos (like the one at top) were contributed by PLIA member Susan Medeiros, whose passion for capturing these images is exceeded only by her patience in waiting for that perfect shot.
You are invited to send in any photos of your own taken on or around Pawtuckaway Lake for posting on our web pages. Please email them to: Info@PawtuckawayLake.com, and let us know when and where you snapped your pictures. We’d love to see and share them!