Attend Lake Mtg Virtually: All are invited to join the Lake Committee Meeting this week, Wednesday, May 5 @7pm. The amended agenda for Wednesday evening is posted on our website in the Agendas & Minutes Page.  Baxter & Woodman will be re-presenting on the Mound Road Sediment Basin Dredging Study. You can be an active participant in this meeting by attending in person or by calling in.    Public comments may be allowed on any agenda item at the discretion of the chairperson: limited to 3 minutes. Please remember to MUTE yourself when you are not speaking specifically in regard to the meeting. Virtual Call-In Information Join Zoom Meeting - Wednesday, May 5 @7pm https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83774085936?pwd=clBZMlVhLzVueWphcGlMbys0YW1ZUT09 Meeting ID: 837 7408 5936 Passcode: 157659 Dial-In Only +1 312 626 6799  Meeting ID: 837 7408 5936 Passcode: 157659 We look forward to having your their. 

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Boating Regulations

Boating Regulations

  • All Boats must be prepped and ready to launch when entering launch area
  • Prep boats in areas marked or designated by park personnel
    Boat lot for trailer parking only, no cars/trucks without trailers
  • “Dock Master” will direct boaters on what ramp to use for launching and exiting the lake
  • If “Dock Master” is not present please follow pier signage
  • Launching: move your boat to the end of the pier to allow another boat to launch
  • Exiting: move your boat to the first orange post to allow another boat to exit
  • When “exiting” you must be at pier for trailer pickup; no moving off pier in the lake
  • No bait bathroom or boat rider tie ups on piers are allowed, “touch and go” for above
  • No fishing or swimming allowed off or near ramp piers
  • Maximum 10 minutes allowed at piers if mechanical problems. After this time period, boat must be removed from launch area
  • Inlet and Outlet are “NO WAKE ZONES”
  • Be sure to remove all weeds and zebra mussels from equipment, trailer and boat before leaving park
  • See “Clean Boats/Clean Waters” stands on outbound roadway
  • Place all bait waste in designated barrels
  • Slow No Wake Zones Entire waters of the Inlet and Outlets
  • West bay areas of the lake
  • 200 feet from shore around entire lake
  • Slow No Wake is speed at which boat moves as slowly as possible while still maintaining steering control
  • Slow No Wake is between sunset and sunrise
  • Ski in traffic lane only
  • Only two tow lines per boat
  • Only 1 person per tow line
  • No intoxicated persons on boat
  • Negligent water craft operations is prohibited
  • No Loitering
  • Boats shall comply with manufacturers rating for people and motors
  • No mooring or anchoring overnight without permit
  • No mooring or anchoring in swim area, public beaches or landings
  • No swimmers, snorkelers, or skin divers in traffic lane without a boat, life buoy, or able observer
  • Traffic lane is surface of lake 200 feet from shore