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.
As residents of Beaver Lake, we feel blessed to be part of a special community. We share a love for the lake and the fellowship that unites us as neighbors along its shoreline. We delight in Beaver Lake’s majestic beauty and enjoy the vast recreation she offers. From boating, fishing, swimming, kayaking, and everything in-between, we are all very lucky to call Beaver Lake home. Though we may enjoy Beaver Lake for different reasons, we share the responsibility of being good stewards in how we use the lake.
Since 2004, Friends of Beaver Lake (FOBL) has worked to understand the lake and help preserve is unique attributes, including its sought-after private setting, pristine emerald-blue water, and its abundant wildlife habitat. Through continued education and collaboration with lake conservation experts, FOBL has taken a thoughtful and pragmatic approach to studying changes in water chemistry, proliferation of invasive species, lake plant life, silt and sediment, and the health of our fishery. We are proud to play a role in maintaining the health of Beaver Lake.
Friends of Beaver Lake is a non-profit, resident-led effort. We are thankful for the leadership of those who served before us and are committed to preserving Beaver Lake for generations to come. The success of FOBL lies in communication and collaboration. Please consider sharing your insights and concerns so we can all work together to preserve and protect Beaver Lake. Detailed information pertaining to our ongoing projects, upcoming events, and ways you can help “Keep Beaver Lake Blue” can be found on our website www.blfriends.org.
Be it your time, treasure, or talent, we appreciate all you do to support our Friends of Beaver Lake.
Ryan Schultz, President