Lake Beseck Living

~All things Lake Beseck brought together in one informative space~

Whether you are interested in family activities in the area, efforts being made toward issues such as weed control and algae of the lake, becoming a volunteer, or you want to stay on top of crime events in the area, this is the place to be.


Lake Beseck Beach is  located on Lake Road and is a private town beach open to residents of Middlefield and Rockfall. Beach Passes are required for admittance. The passes are $25 per family and can be purchased from the Town Clerk at the Town Hall.  Beach passes can also be purchased at the Snack Shack on Saturday's and Sunday's from 10a-3p.


The Beach Pavilion is available for small private parties.  Contact the Park and Recreation Commission for availability and reservation form.



PARK RULES Rules Apply toward the Lake Beseck Beach and adjacent park and parking area. A. General park rules apply Additional rules include: A. The beach, park, and parking area shall be open each day during the period commencing one-half hour after sunrise and ending one-half hour before sunset. Except at such times as a winter parking ban is in effect, no person shall be permitted in such area when the area is not open B. A middlefield or rockfall resident only beach pass is required at all times and must be presented upon request. Passes must be purchased for $25 for a single person or a family pass. Resident’s 62 years old and up can obtain a pass for $0. C. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult D. No dogs or animals allowed (Service dogs are OK with Proper ID) E. No alcohol or illegal substances F. No vehicles of any type on the beach G. No motorized boats on the beach (Special permitting required) H. No inflatables. Exceptions are to be made by the guards on duty. I. Fishing will only be allowed for children at the right hand side of the property by the paved kayak launch, between Labor Day and Memorial Day. J. No camping K. No fires- Permit Required L. No glass M. No loud music N. No masks, snorkels or fins Final Submission for the Record May 2nd, 2019 Town meeting on 4/4 at 7:00 Passed by a majority vote on 4/4/2019 O. No unauthorized vendors P. No anchoring or mooring overnight Q. No littering- bring out what you bring in R. No activities that are disruptive S. Proper beach attire required T. No tobacco U. No Fireworks- Permit required V. Authorized town representatives may enforce and advise patrons of the beach rules and regulations. W.kayaks, canoes, and other non-motorized boats may launch at the boat launch X. Gate closes at 9pm

The Snack Shack at Lake Beseck Beach is something new and fun for the summer.   It is open seasonally from 10a-3p on Saturday's and Sunday's.  Attendants offer snacks, drinks and beach passes.




$1.00 Drinks:  Coca Cola, Mountain Dew, Arnold Palmer Iced Tea, Capri Sun, Water

$2.00 Drinks:  Red Bull, Rock Star, Monster                               

2 @ $1.00 Snacks:  Ice pops, Goldfish, a variety of potato chips, peanut butter crackers, cheese crackers, tortilla chips.

 $1.00 Ice Cream:  sandwiches, bars, drumsticks 

Beach Passes $25.00



Middlefield Dog Park is located on the beautiful 75 acre open space parcel known as The King Property, nestled on Beseck Mountain. It offers an opportunity for dogs to safely run leash-free, and owners to socialize with other dog lovers. The park consists of about 1 acre of woodland, enclosed with a 5' tall chain link fence. There are separate fenced areas for both large and small (or timid) dogs. Visit for more information.


Lake Beseck Family Fishing Retreat is accessible just below the Middlefield Dog Park.  The family fishing area embraces the natural beauty of the open space King Property.   Take the trail to the left of the dog park and down to the water.  


Lake Beseck Boat Launch is located at 225 Baileyville Road-Middlefield.  There are 20 parking spaces to accommodate the 116 acre lake.  Regulations to be aware of:  8 MPH speed limit, no water-skiing except for the period June 15 to first Sunday after Labor Day when speeds in excess of 8 MPH and water-skiing are permitted between 11 am - 6 pm.