top of page
Fishermen 2-19-23.JPG


Pat Arndt.JPG

Pat Arndt and her family of next gen of Diamond Lakers: Son Maxwell, grandson Dashel (his 1st visit to DL and his inaugural dunk) and daughter-in-law Lauren.

Left: Shepard & Rainer Johnson, (Minneapolis) with Grandpa Scott Johnson

Right: Tom Kraker, Todd Stivland, and Brad Budzisz


"What a joy to be a part of the Diamond Lakers organization!  A Group of individuals who are committed to the health and well-being of this beautiful lake."

Diamond Lakers members enjoy the benefits and satisfaction of contributing to an association that aims to preserve and protect the lake environment today and for future generations. We are an active group that is working to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) and to maintain and improve the water quality, fish habitat and recreational opportunities of the lake. Our members share a sense of being part of a focused and aware community with an unusually high participation rate, currently more than 80% of lake residents.


Our membership is open to anyone who (a) supports the values and purposes of the organization and (b) owns property on the lake or within one mile of its boundaries, or resides within those bounds for one month or more each year.


2023 Annual dues are now being accepted.  Please send a check for $50 to Diamond Lakers, P.O. Box 543 Cable, WI 54821.  Since we are now recognized by the IRS as an official charitable organization, all dues and any additional contributions, should you choose, are tax deductible. Thanks to those who have already responded.  Members receive our bi-annual newsletters, annual lake directory, and also benefit from substantial group discounts on winter fuel.  Please contact our treasurer, Bob Jacobel, about joining.

jewels 8-5-23.jpg
jewels 8-5-23 B.jpg
bottom of page