Protecting and improving the quality of

Lake Mason

Welcome to Lake Mason!

Lake Mason is an 850-acre-plus manmade lake located just 15 minutes east of Wisconsin Dells, shared by the Towns of New Haven in Adams County and the Town of Douglas in Marquette County. The town of Briggsville is located on the eastern shore of the lake. Lake Mason has 3 public access points and boat launches around the lake, one in Briggsville, one on the northern side near Golden Drive and one on the southern side near 1st Drive, not far from the channel connecting to Amey Pond Wildlife Refuge, a waterfowl refuge owned by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources with excellent birding opportunities. The lake is fed by two creeks and has a dam on the east end owned by the Town of Douglas.

Lake Mason is an ideal body of water for a variety of waterway activities. Residents and visitors enjoy ice and open water fishing for largemouth bass, musky, panfish, northern pike and catfish on the water. Small boats and pontoons are welcome for slow and no-wake recreation; stumps in key areas of the lake support birds and wildlife. There are also campgrounds, restaurants and options for entertainment located near the shoreline.

Our mission is to protect and improve Lake Mason for everyone

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DNR Information

Find information shared with LMMD from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources here

Lake Improvement Committee

Find Lake Improvement Committee announcements, information and board meeting materials here

LMMD Announcements

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Save the date for the Fall Meeting, which will be followed by a picnic!

Saturday, Sept. 2, 2023
Meeting 10 a.m.-12 p.m., picnic follows

Briggsville Town Hall
N433 County Rd A, Briggsville

The boat launch fees at the campgrounds in Adams County and Mason Station apply to everyone. There is a $5.00 fee in Adams County, a $5.00 fee at Mason Station or $20.00 for a season pass. It has been brought to the attention of LMMD that many people are not paying at Mason station. This fee is NOT included in your LMMD Association dues. This is a user fee, and the money helps maintain the piers and launch site.

The Value of Shoreland Zoning

On behalf of LMMD, we kindly ask that you take two minutes to watch this very informative and important video. Together, we can learn how Shoreland Zoning helps protect water quality, fishing, and home values around our treasured Lake Mason.

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