Boston Kayaker

Kayaking on Lost Lake - in Groton MA

Rating: One-and-a-Half Stars - The odd shape of Lost Lake--with its coves and jutting land necks--makes this lake an interesting paddle. Though the coast is mostly private, not many houses can be seen from the water and most are set back.

  Put in at Pine Trail
  in Groton MA.
Paddle around Lost
  Lake and return.
Estimated round trip
  distance = to 2 miles
Lost Lake
  Beach (public)

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At the Fisherman Access public boat ramp to Load Lake on Pine Trail in Groton MA.
Trip date is June 2014.

Lost Lake ramp.

The Boston Kayaker just launched on Lost Lake in Groton MA.

Paddling to my right to get out of this launch cove and around that neck in front of me.

I am just about at the mouth of the launch cove.

Just out of the launch cove and veering left.

Lost Lake's main body looking from the north.

On my left is the Wenuchas Trail road and behind that the launch cove I came out from.

Islands on Lost Lake.

I made the mistake of following the coastline to my left and into this cove.

Never saw a bridge that I did not want to paddle under.

Not sure really what awaits me behind this bridge.

After passing under the bridge, I paddled left and turns out I just did a big circle around the Island Road neck.

Sargisson Beach road sign on Whiley Road.

The Sargisson Beach sign from Wenuchas Trail road.

Continuing my clock-wise paddle on Lost Lake and now in a westerly direction.

A house on an island.

Members' only beach.

I am now turning left and entering the launch cove where I came from.

Landed on Lost Lake's boat ramp.