Hamilton Reservoir is located in the Town of Holland, Massachusetts.  Holland is located in south, central Massachusetts bordering Union, Connecticut.  In the 1860's the Hamilton Woolen Company dammed the Quinebaug River and formed the Hamilton Reservoir.  The Reservoir is located in the headwater region of the Quinebaug River watershed which flows north through the town and combines with the French and Middle Rivers to form the Thames River in Connecticut. 

Friends of HRA, Inc. (FHRA) is a 501 (c) (3) Public Charity, formerly known as the Hamilton Reservoir Association. The purpose of the Corporation is exclusively for charitable and/or educational purposes. The FHRA works to raise funds for the maintenance & preservation of Hamilton Reservoir, including public safety, environmental integrity & its’ conservation.

Any questions write an email to hamiltonreservoir@gmail.com




Also if you have not already signed up for Code Red (which is a communication tool - used by the Town when important information happening in or around Town is sent out to you via a phone call)
I would suggest you sign up for it by visiting the Town Website under useful links -

Please COMPLETE the membership form if you are new and/or renewing but your information has changed.

**** Calendar of Events – 2022 ****

Members Meeting at Holland Community Center - May 21, 2022 at 8:30 am 
Pancake Breakfast at Holland Community Center - June 12, 2022 8 am - Noon - Need volunteers

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Join the FHRA - $50 for membership – or make a “Preserve the Lake Fund” donation.
Send yourAnnual Draw Down will begin the day after Columbus Day in October at 2 inches at the dam per day until reaches 24 inches. It's recommended to hand rake your waterfront.membership form and donations to:
FHRA, 27 Sturbridge Rd., Unit 17, Holland, MA 01521
Please indicate: donation or membership & include mailing address and email address.


Membership Dues

Join the Fun and Help Save Hamilton Reservoir!

Preserve our Lake – Preserve our Town”

The FHRA is working to raise funds for additional lake maintenance in the future.
Your donations are tax deductible. Ask your employer if they offer gift matches to non-profits.
Please consider giving.