Horn Pond, a small lake in Maine and New Hampshire
Horn Pond is a 227-acre (92 ha) water body located on the border of Acton, Maine and Wakefield, New Hampshire, in the United States. The lake is both spring-fed and fed by the outflows of Great East Lake to the north and Wilson Lake to the east. Horn Pond’s outlet is the Salmon Falls River which forms a natural border between Maine and New Hampshire and empties into the Piscataqua River east of Dover, New Hampshire, and ultimately the Gulf of Maine.
The Horn Pond Association works to maintain the health and pristine condition of the lake. All home owners and friends of Horn Pond are encouraged to join the association to support our efforts. Click here to join us!