Welcome to Cranberry Lake Association
Cranberry Lake offers family fun fishing clean water all year long!
Cranberry Lake is the most upstream lake of the Lower Eagle River Chain of Lakes with nearly 15 miles of shoreline. It has a surface area of 929 acres with a maximum depth of 23 feet, and is fed and drained by the Eagle River.
Cranberry Lake is unique on the Chain in that it spans two counties – Vilas and Oneida. There are 201 property owners in Vilas County and 68 property owners in Oneida County.
Formed in 2007, Cranberry Lake Association was established by property owners to help preserve and protect Cranberry Lake and surroundings, and to enhance the water quality, fishery, boating safety, and aesthetic values of Cranberry Lake, as a public recreational facility for current and future generations. Cranberry Lake Association is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and all dues and donations are tax deductible to the extent provided by law.
We welcome you to our website, and encourage you to join the Cranberry Lake Association family. Membership is open to any individual, family, business, or organization that subscribes to the purpose of the Association.
Cranberry Lake Association will not function as a regulatory, legal, or law enforcement enterprising body.
To educate and inform property owners and the public about issues that may affect the quality of the life on and surrounding Cranberry Lake.
To provide a collective voice that will represent the best interests of the members regarding issues that affect the area.
To create a sense of community among members of the Association.
To provide a leadership body to whom members can direct questions, concerns or suggestions regarding Cranberry Lake.
To work cooperatively as a community for the purpose of improving or protecting the health of the lake and any impact on its users.