Thank You to our 2018 Sponsors!

Muskie Level Sponsors

Bush Shield

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Harvest Moon Pub & Eatery 

(formerly the LakeHouse, under new ownership)

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for more information!

Northern Level Sponsors

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Judys1

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Culligan UnityBank BobsHouse
Dickinsen Boondocks

Walleye Level Sponsors

TrueValue

Grieb's Construction

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Panfish Level Sponsors

TrailsEdge

In order to meet our mission of continually improving Lake Eau Claire, we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses for support. Without the assistance of community-minded businesses like you, we wouldn't be able to continue the great work we’ve started over the past years.  Interested in becoming a Lake Eau Claire Association Sponsor, send us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we'll send you sponsorship information!

The Lake Eau Claire Association is now on Facebook.

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To stay up-to-date on what’s happening at or around Lake Eau Claire, “Like” their Facebook page.

Department of Natural Resources (DNR) approves Lake Eau Claire to clean out sand traps

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Lake Eau Claire Emergency Warning Siren...coming soon

The impact of severe weather on residents, businesses, and visitors of Lake Eau Claire has become increasingly noticeable. As the use of the lake and surrounding water shed increases, so does the demand for safety. The Lake Eau Claire area was recently described as a “dead spot” for emergency warning systems in Eau Claire County.