White River Flowage Lake Management District

The Flowage:

  The White River Flowage is a 133-acre impoundment of the White River located in the Town of Dakota, Waushara County, Wisconsin. It has a maximum depth of 20 feet and a mean depth of 6 feet.
  The White River Flowage Lake Management District was created in 2005 in order to maintain and protect the Flowage. Presently, the primary activities of the District concern the treatment of invasive weeds (Eurasian Water Milfoil, Curly Leaf Pondweed, and Flowering Rush) and maintaining navigation channels.  

WRF Independence Day boat parade and picnic

Sunday, June 30, 1pm. Boat parade down to the dam and back and picnic immediately following at the Bockenhauer’s (N1382 S White River Rd). Bring a dish to pass and your favorite beverage. Dean and Lynnie will be serving grilled chicken and pork and place settings! 

Meetings:  Please visit Meetings page for a list
                         of upcoming District and Board 
Contact:  Please visit our Board/Contact Page
Harvester:  Please visit our Harvester Page
Project /News Please visit our Projects/News Page
Treatments:  Please visit out Treatments Page
Association:  Please see our Association Page
District Bylaws:  Bylaws as of April 23, 2022
Burn Regulations/Permits:
    Burning Information - click - get a permit
    Permit Required - click - burn location
    Daily Update - Restrictions and Activity
Dredging Regulations/Permits:
​    DNR - rules/regulations/permits
    Manual Dredging - might be exempt from permit
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Enjoying the Flowage