Goose Pond is a bit of a local's secret swimming find, with it's location in the middle of Chatham's forested center. Goose Pond is a lovely, unspoiled fresh water kettlehole pond ((a shallow body of water formed by retreating glaciers); and at 38 acres, Goose Pond is the largest of Chatham's freshwater ponds great for swimming, canoeing, and kayaking. And, perfect for a family beach day destination.
Goose Pond Freshwater Free Parking No Lifeguard No Restroom
It has a sandy bottom with an average depth of 24 feet and a maximum depth of 52 feet. Transparency is exceptional, extending to 23 feet, and aquatic vegetation is scant. The 0.87 miles of shoreline is wooded and sparsely developed with a hiking trail that rings that perimeter of the pond which permits you to view its scenic splendor
Directions: Take a left onto Queen Anne Road and head east for four-tenths (0.4) of a mile. The access is a dirt road on the right and you'll see the conservation sign on your left as you enter. This public right-of-way is suitable only for launching car top boats and canoes.
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