• CASPIAN CHALLENGE ROAD RACE

    The 13th annual Caspian Challenges and 5K road race will be held on Sunday, July 28, at 8:30 a.m. at the ballfield in Greensboro (corner of Lake Shore Road and Breezy Avenue). The race consists of the classic 6.7 mile loop around Caspian Lake as well as a flat, out and back 5K race/walk. A laser etched collectible glass will be awarded to winners in each age category. The race, sponsored by the Greensboro Association, is a fundraiser for the Caspian Lake Adult Swim program. Register at the greensassociation.org ($15) or on race day ($20) starting at 7:15 a.m.

  • JULY 15, 2024 WATER TESTS RESULTS FOR CASPIAN LAKE

    The second round of ‘After the Flood’ Caspian Lake water quality test results are in.
    Water samples were taken on Monday, July 15, 2024.
    The threshold for safe swimming are E.coli levels of LESS than 235 E. coli per 100 ml.
    Four areas of Caspian Lake were tested:
    ● Levels at the Cemetery Brook delta have fallen from 60 to 15.
    ● Levels at the public beach have fallen from 53 to 10.
    ● Levels at the cove south of Black’s Point have fallen from 980 to 23. [We wonder if
    the first result at this site was error or contamination of the test sample.]
    ● Levels at the cove north of Black’s Point was zero.
    ● The Highland Lodge beach was not retested.
    These results are more in line with the historical data. Water testing at the Caspian
    Town Beach will continue throughout the summer.

  • WATER TESTS FOR CASPIAN LAKE

    The first round of ‘After the Flood” Caspian Lake water quality test results are in.  The most recent flooding was on Wednesday, July 10.  Testing was performed on Thursday, July 11 and will be repeated on Monday, July 15 with results expected on Wednesday, July 17.  The turbidity is improving and the high water level is receding.

    • The threshold for safe swimming are E.coli levels of LESS than 235 E. coli per 100 ml.
    • Four areas of Caspian were tested:
      • Cemetery Brook delta had a test result of 60.  
      • Highland Lodge Beach had a test result of 3.  
      • The public beach had a test result of 53.  
      • The cove south of Black’s Point had a result of 980.
    • The public beach E.coli test results are higher than is typical and tells us to swim with caution.  We will not be closing the public beach at this time.
    • It is inadvisable to swim in the cove south of Black’s Point.
    • It is inadvisable to drink untreated water from Caspian Lake.
    • Water testing will continue throughout the summer.  Stay tuned
  • FLOOD UPDATE

    We are again hit hard by last night’s storm. The road crew have been out since 4 am. The following roads are closed:


    Overlook Road
    Harrington Road


    We will update this as we get updates from the Road crew and Road Liaison. Please drive with caution as conditions are changing. Please remember not to drive through standing water as you don’t know what is washed out beneath.

    FLOOD MAP

    NEK MUTUAL AID

    STORM SAFETY