MPOA Office Re-Opening

The MPOA Office will re-open on Thursday, June 25th at 10 am to allow in-person processing of MPOA watercraft decal sales. 

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Ladies and Gentlemen, 

Wonder Lake is "OPEN". Please use caution and look out for floating debris. Water levels are still high, so please consider the impact of your boat wake on shoreline areas and docks.

Also please be aware that buoys marking shallow areas have not yet been placed.

Thank you,

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Ladies and Gentlemen, 

Due to recent heavy rains, Wonder Lake is closed to all motorized watercraft. Please check the M.P.O.A. website for updates as additional information will be provided as conditions change.

 

Thank you,

 

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Ladies and gentlemen, 

LAKE STATUS - AS OF 5/3/2020 AT NOON - LAKE IS "OPEN" - USE CAUTION AS THERE COULD BE DEBRIS IN THE LAKE.  

 

Thank you, 

 

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Ladies and Gentlemen, 

As of Saturday May 2nd, 2020 the lake is "NO-WAKE". Please exercise caution as there may be debris in the lake. Water levels have dropped.

 

Thank you,

 

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Ladies and Gentlemen,

The lake is closed at this time to all motorized watercraft.

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Lake Status Update

The 2019 drawdown of Wonder Lake is now officially over. As of the beginning of December, water again began flowing over the dam spillway, allowing the sluice gates to again be fully closed.  It is still expected that the lake level will still rise a bit more, as it usually maintains a normal pool from 3 to 6 inches above the spillway crest.
As the short-term weather forecast does not suggest the lake will develop "safe" ice any time in the immediate future, this is a good time to remind winter lake users about the need to exercise...Read more

Ladies and Gentlemen,

The lake is open at the present time. However, please be aware of potential floating debris. Also, please be aware of your wake and the affect on other watercraft, piers, etc.

 

Thank you,

 

MASTER PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC

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Because of floating debris on Wonder Lake, the lake is currently open to no-wake boating. Non-motorized vehicles, canoes, kayaks, etc. do not make a wake and travel slow enough that they should be able to see and avoid floating debris. If you are boating today, please exercise caution.Read more

Wonder Lake has been closed to motorized vehicles due to high water levels. Non-motorized vehicles, canoes, kayaks, etc. do not make a wake and travel slow enough that they should be able to see and avoid floating debris. Exercise caution, watch for submerged and floating debris.Read more

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