About The Friends of Lake Glenville:
The Friends of Lake Glenville is an association of lake residents organized to benefit and protect the natural beauty and integrity of Lake Glenville. Common interests are water quality and lake ecology and environment as well as property owner issues such as shoreline management, lake levels, noise, pollution and relations with the lake owner Duke Energy.
Voting members are property owners and/or registered voters living within one mile of the lake or within Hamburg Township. Associate members are also welcome to participate in our activities and to help promote the issues that keep our lake one of the finest and purest in the United States.
About the lake:
Lake Glenville, at an elevation of 3500 feet MSL, is the highest lake east of the Mississippi and one of the 10 most beautiful lakes in America. The lake is 4.5 miles long, covering 1470 acres, has 26 miles of shoreline, and has a maximum depth of 125 feet. Hurricane, Norton, Mill, Cedar and Pine Creeks feed the lake and are the head waters of the west fork of the Tuckasegee River.
Download the current membership form (FLG Membership Form 2013), fill it out, and mail it in with your dues. Further information is in the Membership Letter for 2013 or elsewhere on this web site. Welcome!