Welcome to Indian Lake
Indian Lake Association -
Preserving & Protecting Indian Lake
The purpose of the Association is to preserve Indian Lake and its surroundings, and to enhance the water quality, fishery, boating safety, and aesthetic values of Indian Lake as a public recreation facility for today and future generations. Since the original chartering the association has attempted to take an active role in informing and educating our residents about the importance of appropriate lake management.
ILA Spirit Apparel Now Available
The Association is pleased to announce a partnership with Best Embroideries, a local merchant who now have the ILA logo on file and ready to be applied to your choice of clothing items. You can visit the store in person to design your new ILA spirit apparel at 22 W. Davenport St. in Rhinelander. Or check-out their website for a complete catalog of available merchandise and other fun stuff.
What's happening on the Lake
September 3. Saturday: ILA Fall Meeting; 9am - 10am
Location: Firehouse (across from town hall)
Speaker, Patrick Goggin -
Patrick is a lake specialist for the University of Wisconsin-Extension Lakes of the Wisconsin Lakes Partnership. Patrick assists lake lovers with information and trainings, connecting them to resources and other lake professionals, and ideas around lake conservation and protection. His areas of interest include lake districts and water law, human effects on water, lake ecology, community development, and the native flora and fauna of Wisconsin lakeshores.
September 3, 4, 5: Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Volunteers are needed to check incoming and outgoing boats at Indian Lake's public landing. This is a great way to meet neighbors on the lake and to find out if the fish are biting. Usually a team works a 2-3 hour shift. You can also work alone but the time seems to go faster with two or more.
This Program has been a very effective tool to stop the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) from lake to lake. We need all our neighbors' help in preventing the introduction of AIS to Indian Lake.
If you haven't been involved with this program before, our program coordinators will be happy to train you.