Welcome to Lakes of Lockwood

Located 2.6 miles to Holden Beach, 1/4 mile to Lockwood Folly Golf Community & 1 mile from Varnamtown boat launch & seafood markets.

Lakes of Lockwood offers an exciting array of homes and home lots. The community offers a two story Charleston style club house and is close to the beaches and area golfing.

Club House: A wonderfully appointed two story, Charleston style, club house lends its amenities to the home-owners of Lakes of Lockwood. The club house is a great get-together location for friends and families for special occasions or for everyday relaxation.

Pool: Relax on those hot southern summer days, or meet friends for an afternoon dip by the community pool.

Lake: 7 Acre lake beautifully situated in a wooded setting. The lake is the center point of the community and provides a great backdrop for the homes nestled on its banks along with the gazebo.

Board of Directors

Lakes of Lockwood

2606 Jessica Lane SW

Supply, NC 28462

President : MaryK McGinley

Vice President:  Richard Sanderson

Secretary:  Dee Jeter

Treasurer:  Dianne Bennett

Director:  Don Perham

FORGET ME NOT...... LOL current membership dues of $609 annually are due on or before January 31 of each year. However, you may opt to pay $304.50 by that date and the remainder of $304.50 on or before July 31.

History of National Squirrel Appreciation Day

In 2001, wildlife rehabilitation specialist, Christy Hargrove, founded National Squirrel Appreciation Day in Asheville, North Carolina.  Christy created this day to encourage kind attitudes towards our bushy-tailed neighbors.  We might generally look at squirrels as being an unnecessary nuisance, but their existence is actually beneficial to the environment, and in urban areas, assists in park beautification.  Albeit by accident, squirrels plant seeds which eventually grow into trees, thus assisting with forest renewal, They're natures gardeners!

Up until the mid-19th century, squirrels weren't present in American cities.  The first documented introduction occurred in Philadelphia's  Franklin Square in 1847.  Boston and New Haven followed suit and brought in squirrels a few years later in 1850.  The squirrel experiment had ended by the 1860s when many squirrels had either passed or were killed amid concerns that they would disturb birds and lead to insect problems.  But releases began again in the 1870s, this time on a larger scale as expensive parks were built in New York, Boston, Washington DC, Chicago, and other major cities, providing a welcomed habitat for squirrels to live and thrive.


Paws-Ability is a non-profit, 501(c) 3 organization. They raise funds to assist local rescue groups and advance programs that improve animal welfare in Brunswick County, North Carolina.  For more information please 


Lakes of Lockwood Ponds Presentation

According to National Geographic Dogs are about twice as smart as cats.  Their study indicated cats have about 250 million neurons in their brains vs the Dogs 500 million.  But no matter which may have adopted you, just click on each below to learn things about Dogs and Cats you may have never known.