Beach Club Recommendations

The Adams County Land & Water Conservation Department (LWCD) received a grant from the Wisconsin DNR to survey and create a shoreline protection plan for each beach club located on the Tri Lakes. These beach clubs make up 11% of all waterfront property/shorelines on the lakes. It is the hope of Adams County LWCD that property owners on the Tri Lakes will adopt conservation practices to protect the shoreline and the lakes. Conservation practices are used to protect upland vegetation and slow shoreline erosion to increase the strength and longevity of shorelines. A healthy shoreline that utilizes conservation practices helps increase the water quality and overall health of the lake. The grant received by Adams County LWCD only accounts for the planning of these projects, so there is currently no implementation funding available. However with the plans set, it is much more likely for a beach club to receive additional funding. The following are areas of concern, goals, and solutions provided by Adams County LWCD for the above beach club.


Below are the recommendations for each beach club on the Tri-Lakes. If you have any questions or concerns, or would like to know ways in which you can protect the shoreline of your beach club, please call the Adams County Land and Water Conservation Department at (608) 339-4268. Again, these are recommendations provided by Adams County LWCD.

Conservation Practices to Increase Shoreline Health

These resources provide examples of ways in which shorelines can be protected and restored. Please keep in mind that not every method below will work for each beach club. If you are interested in which methods will work for your beach club, call the Adams County Land & Water Department and we will assist in providing recommendations and site evaluations.