At Goose Lake Association, we're dedicated to enhancing, preserving and protecting the quality of the lakes and it's watershed for recreational use and for future generations.


We work together to find ways to restore our lake to a pristine condition.

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Goose Lake Association

Little Goose, Big Goose, Oxbow, Mandel and Rabour

Our Mission:

To maintain and enhance the quality of recreational and residential enjoyment of the Goose Lake Chain of lakes by working to identify lake issues affecting our members and pursue resolutions with the responsible organizations. 

Goose Lake Association is a citizens' organization that actively advocates and promotes the interests of individuals and families who own property on or near the Goose Lake Chain of Lakes.

We are a volunteer, non-profit association, unified for greater influence with our Federal, State and Local officials and agencies that have management authority on and around the lakes.

New Info:

  • Update from Roger Hugill DNR fisheries on lack of fish in North Goose:
  • "The North Goose winterkilled. We had a report of dying fish and went down and tested the lake and found very low dissolved oxygen levels. This has happened several times in the past. We have several lakes experiencing winterkill this winter because of the early and heavy snow cover. We will be netting this spring to see what is left and may move some fish from South Goose to get things going faster".
  • We are currently working on getting DNR weed permits for the spring weed application. Each land owner needs a permit. The DNR will come out to your property to inspect it before the permit will be issued. Those who had weeds sprayed last year do not need another DNR inspection they only need to apply for the permit. (cost $35.00) All those interested contact Donna Nieman (651-674-7165) or Christy Steman (651-248-5424)