Lake use guidelines have been voted on and approved by a majority of the members of Diamond Lakers. These are the "common sense" guides for living on and using the lake that will minimize our disturbance to each other, to the wildlife, and which will preserve the qualities of Diamond Lake we all enjoy.
The Diamond Lake Association Guidelines limit recreational boating activities to the hours of 10AM to 6PM.
Definition of Recreational Boating:
(1) water crafts towing persons on tubes, skis and similar equipment;
(2) water-jet skis or other powered personal craft and/or
(3) motor-driven watercraft going up and down (or around in a circular fashion) the lake creating a significant wake.
Fishing boats and pontoon craft proceeding from one place to another on the lake are not considered as being recreational. Time-of-day operating limits 10 AM to 6PM apply only to recreational water craft.
Floatplanes on Bayfield County Lakes, Bayfield County Lakes Forum, Document
Shoreland Programs, Safeguarding Our Shorlands, Wisconsin DNR
Wisconsin Boating Laws and Responsibilities, Wis. DNR Handbook, 2020
Are those mosquito treatments really safe for the lake? Check out "The Summer Bug Dilemma" by, Raye Lahti, 6/2017.