CONTACTS (for email addresses, replace "at" with @)



  • Roseland Park is managed by a Board of Trustees. The Park caretakers Rick and Dee Harless can be reached at 860.963.9557 or by cell at 860.886.3058, or by email: ssbn598gold"at" The physical address for the Park entrance is 205 Roseland Park Road, Woodstock CT, and their mailing address for donations, etc., is Trustees of Roseland Park, P.O. Box 155, South Woodstock, CT 06267. See The Roseland Park website and the Town of Woodstock website.Contact Roseland Lake

  • There is no Roseland Lake association.

  • The Roseland Terrace Association, Inc. manages a community well/water supply for 38 homes on Laurel and Woodland Drive. The President is Debbie Faist, and her phone number is 860-963-9478, and their mailing address is 48 Laurel Drive, Woodstock CT 06281.

  • Putnam County Fish & Game: has a 100 yard rifle range, a separate heated indoor pistol and rifle range, archery targets, horse shoe pits, outdoor picnic area, a boat launching area on the southern end of Roseland Lake. See website at or contact 860.928.0450.

  • Senexet House is a non-profit retreat/meeting/event location on the shores of Rooseland Lake. See their website or call 860.233.4676.

  • Roseland Lake Website: This Roseland Lake website is a volunteer project. The purpose of this website is to provide information about the lake and surrounding land. The ultimate goal is to increase awareness, appreciation, enjoyment and conservation of this little slice of paradise. The site is maintained by Bet Zimmerman Smith of Chimalis LLC. If you have problems, corrections or suggestions for this website, contact me at contact webmaster


  • The Putnam Water & Sewer Authority is permitted by the CT DEEP to use Roseland Lake as a source of drinking water for the Town of Putnam. They also treat/hire a treatment company to manage algae on the lake. They can be reached at 860.963.6819. See website.

  • ECCD: Water Quality Monitoring: The Eastern CT Conservation District (ECCD) is involved with water quality monitoring. Contact Jean Pillo, Watershed Conservation Project Manager, Thames River Basin Partnership Coordinator at jean.pillo"at" or 860.928.4948.

  • State of CT DEEP
    • Invasive Species Control: The CT DEEP Wetlands Habitat and Mosquito Management Program has treated invasive Phragmites on Roseland Lake. Contact the Franklin Wildlife Management Area 391 Rt. 32 N. Franklin, CT 06254 (860) 642-7630 or see
    • Watershed Management: Eric Thomas, Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse, eric.thomas"at"; 860.428.3548.

  • Town of Woodstock: The Town of Woodstock Wetlands Commission, Conservation Commission, Planning & Zoning Commission, Zoning Enforcement Office, and others at the Town of Woodstock play a variety of roles when it comes to conservation and development in Woodstock. See or call 860.928.0208.

  • Wyndham Land Trust: This local land trust manages the Little River Greenway Preserve on the Little River. See or call 860.963.2090.