The July Annual General Membership, and  Board of Directors Meetings which will be held on July16th at 9 am in person and via zoom.  Elections will be held from 8am to 9am and absentee ballots are available at the office prior to July 9th. The in person portion of the meeting is subject to change based on local COVID numbers and mandates.   All members in good standing are invited to attend.  Please contact the office to register for the zoom meeting by Friday, July 15th.  The office will be closed during all board meetings. The office is open Wednesday and Saturday from 9am to 2pm.  Please note the office will remain locked during business hours, please go to the salt shed side of the building.  There is also a mail slot in the office door by the ramp for use when the office is closed.    2022 tags are in for those who have paid their assessments. Remember, you must record your license plate number to get a car tag.  For important election information, please go to the Committees & Reports tab and then elections.  

Community Picnic, July 30th 5pm - 8pm, Burgers and hotdogs provided, bring a dish to share, a drink of your choice and a chair.  Members FREE, Non-Members $5 Rain or Shine, sign up at the office.  Anyone with a past due balance cannot attend.

Welcome to Walker Lake

Walker Lake Shores Landowners Association is located approximately 80 miles northwest of New York City on the eastern edge of the Pocono Mountains.

Amenities at Walker Lake include our beautiful 113 acre lake with a 3 mile long shoreline. Members can enjoy two swimming beaches, a boat launch and storage area, a tennis court and clubhouse. Residents enjoy planned activities such as an annual picnic and nature presentations.

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Walker Lake's location, surrounded by hundreds of acres of Federal and State park lands and proximity to the beautiful Delaware River provide ample opportunities for hiking, bird watching, boating, camping, skiing and fishing.

Picturesque Milford, Pennsylvania is a quick drive; home to art galleries, restaurants, shops and historic sites.

Please note that committee reports may include suggestions to the board.  Please see board meeting minutes for further action.  Some items may appear in multiple reports.

Emergency and Local Phone Numbers:
State Police/Fire Dept./Ambulance in an emergency dial:  911

State Police non-emergency number:  (570) 226-5718 
Fire Department non-emergency number:  (570) 559-7525
Shohola Township Municipal Office & Zoning Office number:  (570) 559-7394
PP&L Electric number:  (800) 342-5775

Blue Ridge Communications:  (570) 296-8200

Dog Warden number:  (570) 350-3589

PA Fish and Game Commission number:  (570) 477-5717

Poison Control number:  (800) 222-1222