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Exclusively for the propose of providing an organization for voluntary charitable, scientific and educational action working toward the preservation of Onota Lake, by providing help, assistance, advice and support to the City of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, the municipality owning Onota Lake, on matters concerning Onota Lake, and promoting closer cooperation between the City, lake users and lake-front property owners and their associations.
Located on the eastern shore of Onota Lake, Burbank Park is open year round. This 153-acre public park offers a fishing pier and free public boat launch, picnic groves with grills, a public swimming beach with lifeguards during July and August, and a walking path along the lake. Burbank Park can be accessed off of Valentine Road. More information about Burbank Park can be found at the City of Pittsfield website or by calling (413) 499-9344
The Live on the Lake concert series is held every Wednesday in July and August at Burbank Park from 6 to 8 pm. Information on the event, including performer lineups, can be found through the WBEC website.
Onota Lake offers a host of water-based recreational opportunities in all seasons. With its unparalleled scenic beauty, this high-quality lake naturally attracts boaters, fisherman, and nature enthusiasts from around the region. We look forward to seeing you on the lake soon. And remember, please use the lake responsibly!
If you enjoy and appreciate Lake Onota, there’s a way you can give back. Becoming a LOPA Member means you support the preservation of this natural splendor.
We depend on people like you who appreciate the natural beauty of Lake Onota and want to keep it that way. Help us help Lake Onota today.
Our purpose is to assist the City of Pittsfield on all matters regarding Lake Onota. We’re a volunteer organization, providing education and scientific study to help preserve this beautiful place.
LOPA is the voice of Lake Onota, and our members are dedicated to its preservation and restoration.