In anticipation of heavy boating activity on the Memorial Day Weekend, the dredging contractor has relocated the dredge and much of the pipeline to the west side of the lake. In the process of moving the pipeline, some MPOA marker buoys may have been moved out of position.

Anyone boating in the northern end of the lake, roughly from Lookout Point beach south to the north end of West Bay, need to be extremely vigilant of changing conditions. The MPOA continues to work with the dredging contractor to improve their marking of the sediment pipeline and designated crossing points. Again...Read more

NEW WINTER HOURS

(November through February) Tues. - Fri. 10AM to 2PM; Closed on Sat.- Mon.

STUFF THE SKI TEAM TRAILER FOOD DRIVE

Sponsored by the M.P.O.A. and the WLWSST, November 7th from 9am-1pm. Trailer will be parked on Hancock Drive by the east side Wonder Lake State Bank. Drop offs can be made in advance at the MPOA/Chamber office. All proceeds will benefit the WL Neighbors Food Pantry.

NEW MAILING LIST SERVICE

In order to ensure our emails are being delivered, we are testing our new mailing list. Our emails will now be sent out in HTML...Read more

Lake Manager's Report, October 2015
1. The MPOA dredging contractor has completed the dredging of White Oaks Bay, and has re-positioned the dredge and pipeline to allow them to begin dredging near O'Brien Shoals. This means that the pipeline is now extended across the middle of Wonder Lake, roughly between West Bay and Wonder Center Beach. While the dredging contractor has installed pipeline markers and pipeline crossings, all lake user's must exercise extreme caution when operating in the mid-section of the lake. As always, no-wake boating is required at all times...Read more

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