Boating experience on Lake Warren, whether it be in a canoe, kayak, paddle boat, paddle board, fishing boat or pontoon is enjoyed by many.
All boats and boating shall comply with all state or other governmental regulations.
Current State and Lake stickers are required. Lake sticker must be placed on the right front of the boat.
With the exception of two boats for waterskiing (during specific times and area), motorized craft shall observe no wake regulations in any area.
Pontoons must not exceed 24 feet in length and no runabout craft or motorboat exceeding 20 feet in length.
Outboard motors only
Fun in the Sun
The beach is something that a lot of the younger seems to enjoy the most about the lake. However, it is used by a variety of age ranges from the families at the lake. It is a key feature of the lake that makes it so exciting! There is also a slide in the middle of the lake that is the main attraction of the lake that makes it irresistible to stay away from. The by-laws for the beach are below!
- Daylight swimming only
- No one swims alone.
- 15 & under must be accompanied by adult.
- Members and their guests only.
- Guests must be accompanied by a member and have a guest pass.
– Lake Breakfasts
7:30 – 9:30 a.m. at Pavilion
Sunday of Memorial Day weekend
First Sunday in July, August and September
Open to the public
– Youth Fishing Derby
Open to youth of all lake members and guests
– Ice Cream Social
Open to all lake members and guests
– DJ & Karaoke Dance Party
Memorial Weekend, 4th of July, Labor Day Weekend
– 4th of July Activities open to the public
Run/Walk the Hills of Lake Warren
– Potluck, White Elephant Bingo
– Paddle boat and kayak races
– Pontoon/Boat Parade
– Lake wiener roast, potluck and hayrack ride
– Tour of Homes
– Trunk or Treat