Welcome Owners and Guests of Lake Winona

As property owners on Lake Winona we are fortunate to have clear, clean water; water that is critical for fish and wildlife habitat and recreation. Lake Winona is our most valuable resource and protecting it is an investment we all must make.

This website is maintained by the Lake Winona Improvement Association (LWIA) and contains lake protection tips and helpful information on maintaining a healthy lake for both property owners and visitors.

Recent News from the LWIA:


3 Ways to Protect Lake Winona this Fall

Avoid blowing grass clippings or raking leaves into the lake. These actions can contribute phosphorous to our lake and lead to nuisance algal and plant growth. See how to prevent phosphorous from getting into Lake Winona. Take one last boat excursion … Continue reading


Volunteers Needed!

Two committees were approved at our meeting on Saturday. We are looking for volunteers for the new Nominating Committee (Althea Dunscombe, Chair) and the new Study Group to investigate the beaver issue (Don Thibeault, Chair). For more information, please contact … Continue reading


Reminder: Annual meeting and Pot Luck on Saturday, August 12

A few reminders: Please remember to RSVP by August 8 to Nora Foster at 677-6281 or norafoster1 [at] gmail.com to let her know you’re coming (we need a head count for grilled items) and what dish you’re bringing (to ensure we don’t … Continue reading


Annual Paddles Races Set for Aug 12

Lake Winona Annual Canoe and Kayak Races Time: 4:00 pm (check in starts at 3:45 pm) Where: start and end at Paul & Tricia Epstein’s dock — 182 West Shore Road. Race course goes around race buoy. Canoe Race – 2 participants per … Continue reading

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ALERT: Chinese Mystery Snail found in Lake Waukewan

Please see the attached alert and article about the Chinese Mystery Snail. This information was graciously shared with us by the Waukewan and Winona Watershed Protective Association. This snail is a dangerous invasive species and we need to be vigilant to … Continue reading