The Lake Metonga Association, founded in 1970, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, volunteer organization dedicated to preserving Lake Metonga. The Association works with the community and property owners to protect the aesthetic beauty, water quality, wildlife habitats and fisheries for future generations.
The 2000+ acre lake is home to walleye, perch, smallmouth and largemouth bass, northern pike, and panfish. Birds and animals around the lake include bald eagles, loons, a variety of ducks, blue herons, a few muskrats and the occasional roaming moose.
WHAT OTHERS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT LAKE METONGA
“Memories of my grandparent's place 40 years ago are the same as my experiences now with my own cabin. The sunrises and sunsets never change, as well as memories made by future generations.”
"Had a great weekend with my family on the lake this weekend!"
"Too much to do in Crandon - Had a lot of fun!"
“Been on the lake in our summer home for 44 years now, and just can't get enough of it! Love the lake, the area, the people, restaurants.....everything!”