The purpose of the Association is to preserve and protect Lake Lucerne and its surroundings, and to enhance the water quality, fishery, boating safety, and aesthetic values of Lake Lucerne, as a public recreational facility for today and for future generations.
Lake Lucerne (originally named Stone Lake) is located in Forest County in the Town of Lincoln about 100 miles north of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Lucerne is over 1000 acres in size and about 70 feet deep at the north end. Our lake is a beautiful clear-water lake with minimal invasive species (a few rusty crayfish). The water level is maintained by snow and rainfall and is currently about 5 feet below the high water mark.
Many activities occur on our lake annually including swimming, boating, fishing, skiing, and a terrific weekly ski show each summer put on by the Crandon Water Show Club.
We have a great clubhouse and pavilion located on Ct. Rd. W. It is used each year by the Lake Association members and friends for meetings, parties, and for the annual Auction and Fun Days held on the first Saturday in August. The pavilion can be rented as well.