The Lake St. Catherine Association was organized in 1953. The mission is to preserve, protect, and maintain beautiful Lake St. Catherine. The association is a volunteer organization of 15 Trustees who work year-round to fulfill their mission.
Lake St. Catherine is located on the western border of Vermont. It is approximately 29 miles north of Manchester and 26 miles west of Rutland. It lies between the Towns of Poultney and Wells. It has approximately 700 dwellings bordering the lake. It is really a system of three lakes connected by short channels. To the north is Lily Pond, then the Big Lake, and to the south, Little Lake. At the southern end of the Big Lake, a bridge crosses the channel to Little Lake allowing easy access to the western shore of the Big Lake. It has free public access to fishing and access to swimming can be had at the State Park off route 30.