CLAA Volunteers request; Starry Stonewort
Jun 27, 2017
 We are faced with a new invasive plant, Starry Stonewort which is now in the nearby waters ...[Click for more]

2017 Annual Meeting
Jun 27, 2017
 Clark Lake Advancement Association Annual Association Meeting Agenda July 8, 2017 a...[Click for more]

2017 Annual Picnic
Jun 27, 2017
 2017 Annual Picnic and Social Saturday, July 8, 2015 Lakeside Park – Jacksonp...[Click for more]

Consider a donation to the Friends of Whitefish Dunes
Feb 07, 2017
 Dear CLAA member   The CLAA executive committee has endorsed the Friends of Wh...[Click for more]


Welcome to our web site! We hope that residents and association members will add content to this site to make it a living and breathing document of life on Clark Lake. 

About the Clark Lake Advancement Association

The purpose of the Clark Lake Advancement Association (according to our by-laws) is to be ...."A non-profit organization formed and organized to serve as an association of property owners and other persons interested in the progress, development and welfare of Clark Lake and the contiguous land areas within 3/8 mile of the shoreline, and the promotion of the concept that the people residing within this area are a unified community."
As you explore this site you will notice that these are not idle words. The purpose of the Clark Lake Advancement Association (CLAA) is reinforced continually by the commitment and actions by many volunteers. These volunteers share a determined passion to preserve the lake for both current occupants and future generations of the lake. Please review the linked pages of the this site to learn more about successes of the CLAA.
 The CLAA has a strong membership.  In 2015, we had 224 members. There are approximately 260 properties on the lake. The organization is financially sound.
About Clark Lake
Clark Lake is the second largest lake in Door County. Clark Lake occupies 868 acres. The average depth is 7ft. The maximum depth is 25 ft. The nearest town is Jacksonport. Native fish to the lake include perch, bluegill, rock bass, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike and walleye. 








Calendar of Events

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