Whats New

Every Friday - Rome Farmer's Market

 9 AM - 2 PM   Practicing social distancing

                       and health precautions -

                       wear masks, use small bills,

                       maintain 6 ft distance, 

                       do not linger

 

June 29th - Splash Pad Opens

                    10 AM to 8 PM (or dusk)

                         Thru Labor Day

                    Please maintain the 6' Social Distance

                    when using the Splash Pad & Playground

 

 

Sept. 26th - Alex Dove Foundation

                    Fundraiser at

                    Camelot on the Lake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                           

 

                      

                      

 

 

 

Up Coming Events:

CAMELOT ON THE LAKE - 715/325-5093  

(On Facebook, like "Camelot on the Lake" and see upcoming events.) 

Hours:

Monday - Thursday  2PM - 11PM

Friday                        Noon -1 AM

Saturday                    Noon -1 AM

Sunday                      Noon -11PM

Happy Hour -

Monday thru Friday  3pm – 5pm   only

               

August 22nd - 9:30 AM - Volleyball Tournament 

August 29th - It's a SURPRISE!

Sept. 12th    - Family & Friends Ride to

                       Benefit the Adams County

                       Food Pantry 

Sept. 26th   - Alex Dove Foundation Fundraiser 

 


 

  

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the Lake Camelot Property Owner's Association

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LCPOA BOARD MEETING

AUGUST 15, 2020 9 AM

CAMELOT ON THE LAKE

 

8th Avenue Boat Launch is Open for Use! MEMBERS ONLY!

 

REMINDER: THE DUMPTERS AT THE CAMELOT LODGE 

ARE FOR LODGE USE ONLY! 

RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE NEEDS TO BE

TAKEN TO THE TOWN OF ROME

TRANSFER SITE.

 

BOATING REGULATIONS  

There are a considerable number of new residents and some who are renting their homes to others, so let’s take a quick look at boating on Lake Camelot. These are the shorthand version, links to state boating laws and the town laws are provided below. Please be sure to communicate these to those not familiar with our lakes.

 

Slow/no Wake is defined as a speed at which a vessel moves as slowly as possible while still maintaining steerage control 

Slow/No Wake Zones 24x7
- Channel
- Within 100 feet of any dock, raft, pier, or buoyed restricted area

Slow/No Wake Hours
Boats- 8 pm to sunrise
Personal Water Craft- 8 pm to 10 am

Skiing Hours
May 1 to August 15- 10 am to 8 pm
All other times of year- 10 am to sunset

Skiing Notes
- All boats must have a spotter or wide angle rear view mirror
- Ski boats and their skiers may not operate within 100 feet of a Personal Water Craft

Personal Water Craft Notes
- Personal Water Craft may not operate above slow/no wake speeds within 100 feet of another boat or
within 200 feet of shore
- Personal Water Craft may not jump a wake within 100 feet of another vessel

Boat Notes
All passengers must have a seat and be in a seat while under way. We often see instances where someone is sitting on the bow of a pontoon or laying on the stern of a runabout while traveling through the channel, this is very dangerous and it’s an easy ticket for the police or DNR.

There are no rules specific to wake boats. Our lakes have some narrow areas that are more at risk to erosion than others. It is requested that the operation of these be conducted as far from shore as reasonably possible.

Links
Town- https://www.ecode360.com/34010051
DNR Educational Materials- https://dnr.wi.gov/files/PDF/pubs/LE/LE0301.pdf
State Law- https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/30/V

 

 

Frolics Cancellation - You may have been wondering what the status of the Frolics is this year given everything else going on.  We've delayed our decision as long as we could in hopes that something may change, however at this point it is prudent that we cancel the event this year.  In the meantime, please make sure to patronize all the area businesses that contribute to the success of the event.  Hope to see you next year!

 

 

The Alex C. Dove Foundation Fundraiser has been 

rescheduled for Sat., September 26th. 

 

 

LCPOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2019-20

President - Dan Gohmann

Vice President - Wayne Mikrut

Secretary - Bob Ness

Treasurer - Brenda Bock

John Kolinski    Larry Bultman

Kathy Halverson  

  

 

BEACH CLUB GUIDELINES

 

 

                                              TOWN OF ROME-FERTILIZER ORDINANCE 

 

 

Schedule your Event Now!!!

 

Taking reservations for 2020 for the Grounds and Pavilion. Please call Mike Core (715-325-5093) at Camelot on the Lake to save the date and fill out the paperwork. Must be a member in good standing and have all dues and fees paid to make a reservation.

 

  

 

 

 LAKE CAMELOT JOB APPLICATION

 

 

MEMBER PASWORD FOR WIFI IS LISTED IN THE MEMBERS ONLY SECTION

 

 

 

If you would like a Firewise Permit please fill out and return application and liability waivers to Member Service and we will submit for review to issue approprate permits.

FIREWISE PERMIT APPLICATION - LIABILITY WAIVER

 

 

Member Services - 715-325-5031 - Friday and Saturday 9 AM to 5:30 PM, 

                                                          Sunday 9 AM to 4 PM,                                                                                               Monday thru Thursday Noon to 5 PM

                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Business Office - 715-325-5083 - OPEN MON., TUES., WED., 9 AM TO 2 PM 

 

  

 

MODES OF COMMUNICATION 

Facebook - Lake Camelot Property Owners Association - 715-325-5083

lcpoa@scacable.com

Member Services 715-325-5031

lcpoa.memberserv@solarus.net

Camelot on the Lake - 715-325-5093

NEWSLETTERS PRINTED 3 TIMES YEARLY 

 

 

The Lodge

 

Lake Camelot Property Owners Association (LCPOA) is a voluntary organization. This body organized for the purposes of representing the Property Owners of Lake Camelot. The association serves members of the LCPOA in order to promote, protect, and preserve the environment and the quality of life that this area was built for. In fulfillment of this purpose, our mission is to act as an advocate in promoting the best interests of the majority of the LCPOA Membership with governmental and private organizations. The LCPOA acts as a means of communications for Members and focuses on issues most concerning to the Membership. The final role of the LCPOA is to initiate and support those activities which will add to the overall enjoyment and well-being of the Members of the Lake Camelot Property Owners Association.

 

Reservations for any event at the The Lodge, Pavilion, or the Bar need to be made with Mike Core

of Camelot on the Lake. Members must have dues paid and be in good standing. 

Members Service Center & Business Office Hours

 

 

Business Office - The LCPOA Business Office is open Mon., Tues., Wed.  9 A.M. - 2 P.M. 

 

The Member Services Department is open Monday thru Thursday Noon to 5 P.M.,

Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M., Sunday 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.

 

 

 

 

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