The Fawn Lake Forest Association is a not-for-profit residential - recreational community governed by Restrictive Covenants and By-Laws. The Board of Directors consists of thirteen Directors as per our By-Laws (Article III Section 1) and in compliance with Article V Section I. We have a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer. The Board of Directors establishes committees to assist them as community needs dictate. Each committee has a Chairperson who works with his/her Committee Members to accomplish the task at hand and to inform the Directors of their progress at regular intervals. All Directors, Chairpersons, and Committee Members are volunteers and they do not receive any financial compensation. We do, however, have paid employees who perform many necessary functions. Please use the Contact Us box to request additional information.
Fawn Lake Forest Association is a fiscally-sound, vibrant & growing residential community located in Northeast Pennsylvania. There are 2 lakes within the community which provide for various water activities including boating, fishing, swimming and sailing. The community also features a full size indoor and outdoor pools, lakefront clubhouse, fitness center, tennis & basketball courts, baseball field, pickleball court (indoor & outdoor) and miniature golf. Owners enjoy a variety of social and recreational events offered throughout the year, coordinated by the Recreation/Social Dept, including a summer picnic, dinner dances, holiday parties, Independence Day boat regatta, and a variety of other activities for all ages. A full-time public safety staff patrols 24/7 and a full time maintenance staff ensure well maintained facilities and roadways in excellent condition in all seasons. Office personnel are helpful and informative, and available 7 days a week during the summer months, 6 days a week the rest of the year.
Total acres for Land and Lake - 1907.2 (2.55 Square Miles Land/.43 Square Miles On Fawn Lake)
Fawn Lake is 150 acres
Westcolang Lake is 250 acres
FIFA paved roads are 36 miles
640 acres equals 1 square mile
Lake front beach house with bathroom & shower facilities located by a sandy beach, adjacent to full-sized, modern outdoor pool, boat launch and docks, covered pavilions, playground area, & basketball, bocce ball & shuffle board courts.
Community Center/Clubhouse: A 20,800 square foot facility located on an electric-motor-only lake with full size indoor swimming pool, locker rooms, lounge area, dining room with kitchen, recently-upgraded fitness center, recreation and card rooms, along with a multi-purpose space offering handball, volleyball, pickleball and basketball. The Clubhouse offers outdoor, deck seating, adjacent tennis courts and miniature golf course.
Activities and Events
Our full time recreation team hosts a variety of entertainment and social events, children's recreational activities as well as fitness classes.
Located next door to Masthope - Ski Big Bear, The Summit Restaurant, Woodloch Pines Resort and Spa, Woodloch Springs Country Club, and 3 Hammers Winery. A variety of restaurants, shops & entertainment venues are within a short driving distance and historic Hawley, Pa and scenic Lake Wallenpaupack are within a 20 minute drive, Montage Mountain, Elk Mountain, Bethel Woods Center for the Performing Arts, 3 casinos and major shopping areas are within approximate 1 hour or less drive. The Lackawaxen & Delaware Rivers are within a few miles.
It is the mission of the Fawn Lake Forest Association, a private residential community, to envision, plan and maintain an environment that produces a safe and secure quality of life and embracing pride, compassion, responsibility and harmony among its members. We will be financially responsible, maintaining our physical assets and amenities while planning for growth without harm to the environment.
The Fawn Lake Forest community was founded in 1969 by the American Central Corporation who set up rules governing the land (Restrictive Covenants) for a period of 90 years. A Fawn Lake Forest steering committee and subcommittees were organized in Spring 1972 and worked toward the formation of a property owners association. The By-Laws of the association were formulated and at the July 14, 1973 Annual Meeting, the first Board of Directors (13) were elected.
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Fawn Lake Forest Association
113 Bay Center Circle
Hawley, PA 18428
Office - 570-685-7600