LakeGenevaPropertyOwnersAssociation
Boats

Boat Launch & Keys

Boat Decals

Fishing

Lawn Fertilizers & Lake Weeds

Miscellaneous
Boats

-  Boats are the only motorized vehicles permitted to operate on Lake Geneva.  

-  The operation of all other motorized vehicles on Lake Geneva is prohibited.  

-  Prohibited vehicles include, but are not limited to, Jet Skis, Personal Water Craft (“PWC”), Off-Road Vehicles (“ORV”), Snowmobiles, and Quad Runners.  

-  All boats must be operated in a manner so as to create “no wake.”  The operation of any boat in a manner that causes wake is prohibited.  

-  Wake is defined the track of water from a boat, while the boat is moving through water' that causes waves to break upon the shore.

-   For boating laws, regulations, and safe use tips, please see the "Handbook of Michigan Boating Laws and Responsibilities."  

Fishing
 
-  Lake Geneva has a variety of fish including bluegill, largemouth bass, yellow perch, crappie, northern pike, walleye, carp and catfish. We have a strict catch and release policy on all fish with the exception of carp. Feel free to keep any carp  that you catch.  (for more information on Carp, click HERE)
 
-  The intent of this policy is to grow the breeding population of these species while mitigating the overpopulation and stunting of bluegills. 
 
-  The Board stocks the lake as needed under advisement of lake management professionals to keep a healthy balance of fish populations. 
 
-  The cooperation of association members who fish is essential in the successful management of Lake Geneva as a productive fishery.
 
**Ice fishing is done at your own risk!  Contact the DEQ for guidance on ice safety.**
 
Boat Launch & Keys

     The only boat launch entrance is located at the East Beach. 



Boat Decals 

Each boat must have a LGPOA decal affixed to the exterior starboard and port bow (front) in order to access the lake.  Do not be offended if you are stopped by and Association member if you are not displaying your sticker.  The use of the stickers is the most effective way to ensure that the people using our lake for recreational purposes are members of our Association.  

 Lawn Fertilizers & Lake Weeds

Controlling weeds in Lake Geneva is an on-going issue and one of our highest annual expenses, and managed by a professional lake management company.  








                                                                               
Miscellaneous 

Lake Geneva is a private lake for member use only.  Members may permit their guests to use the lake as long as the guest is accompanied by the member.







The Lake