Beaver Lake is a beautiful 327-acre lake located in Waukesha County, with a maximum depth of 46 feet. Visitors looking to fish, kayak, swim, paddle board or other activities, can enjoy access to the lake from a public boat landing. Notable fish include Panfish, Largemouth Bass and Northern Pike. Perhaps the most striking and memorable aspect of Beaver Lake is its crystal clear clarity you'll have to see to believe.
We are so lucky that we get to live on beautiful Beaver Lake. Our quiet lake is a welcome respite as we go about our busy lives. Please take time regularly to be thankful for what we have, and to enjoy such natural beautify. And, the fellowship of our fellow residents. Friends of Beaver Lake has, for more than ten years, worked to understand the Lake and help keep it the unique place that it is. We all treasure the unique colors, our wonderful clean water, and the vibrant wildlife scene.
Whether pontooning, fishing, waterskiing/wakeboarding, paddling or swimming—Beaver Lake offers so much. Thoughtful residents saw a need to create an organization dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of the Lake. Through continued education on the role we all can play to keep the Lake free from sediment and pollutants, coupled with ongoing testing of the Lake environment, and special projects to enhance and understand the fishery or live-giving plants in the Lake—Friends of Beaver Lake is a resident-led effort. We proudly build on the work of those who came before us—all with a vision of improving our Lake.
We appreciate the words of encouragement, resident involvement, and generous financial support. Please consider sharing your insights and concerns so we can all work together to preserve and protect Beaver Lake.
Larry Stover, President