The Town of Presque Isle has an ordinance that prohibits any motorboat from operating faster than slow-no-wake speed within 200 feet of any lake shoreline. Click the link below to read the details.
Several years ago, the VVLA posted this map at our landing to give people a visual image of what that means on our …Read More
Our annual meeting by email has concluded and minutes are posted. There was a question raised about the rules for shoreline lighting.
Many of us enjoy the opportunity to live in an area where the stars can be viewed and lights from neighboring homes are kept to a minimum. Presque Isle has an ordinance describing what …Read More
Two happy events that occurred on the lake this summer! Read agenda for details.
Due to continuing concerns about the COVID-19 virus, the VVLA Board has made the decision to change this year’s annual meeting from an in person event to a report via either email or paper mail. Open …Read More
Some good news on Van Vliet Lake this summer. The eagles built a new nest on the north end of the lake and the eaglet is checking out the world from on high. Thank you, Ed Brodsky, for providing this photo.
Our annual meeting has been rescheduled to August 15. Current plan is to hold the …Read More
It’s Labor Day weekend and the traditional end to summer fun. We hope everyone was able to get out and enjoy the lake and the area this summer. Fall can be a lovely season to continue to appreciate our lake.
There are two guided hikes in the Van Vliet Hemlocks sponsored by the Friends group this …Read More
VVLA Annual Meeting is scheduled for June 22, 2019 starting at 10 a.m. in the lower level meeting room of the Presque Isle Community Library. Please join us for a short business meeting followed by our guest speaker, Ted Rulseh who writes the weekly column in The Lakeland Times titled “The Lake Where You Live.”
A …Read More
The Friends of the Van Vliet Hemlocks are sponsoring two hikes this fall.
Join Licia from the Discovery Center for a fall color hike on October 13 starting at 9 a.m. On November 3, Professor Dave Ullman will lead a glacial geology hike with the goal of learning to recognize geological formations in the landscape. That …Read More