Founded in 1975, TSLPOA has over 150 active member property owners on Two Sisters Lake, a 719 acre lake located in Oneida County, WI. TSLPOA’s purpose is to foster in the area the conservation of natural resources, the preservation of environmental qualities, zoning compatible with such conservation and preservation, water safety, outdoor recreation and fairness in taxes and otherwise to promote the social welfare of the inhabitants of the area.
Lake Stewardship
We have a proactive AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES PREVENTION PROGRAM and anyone can make a tax deductible donation to defer the cost of this program. Additionally, individuals can volunteer or join our staff to monitor boats entering our lake to assist in fighting AIS. Two Sisters Lake also is protected by a law prohibiting enhanced wakes. Wakesurfing, use of ballast and operating a boat in bow-high manner to enhance wakes are prohibited under the Newbold town ordinance
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TSL Merchandise Sales 2024

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Upcoming TSLPOA Events
Lake Association Meeting
Saturday, July 6th
9am to 11:30am
Come early for social time at 8:00am
Guest Speaker: Mark Naniot from Wild Instincts. 
Boat Parade
Saturday, July 6th
Decorate your boat! Prizes given for: Best Overall, Most Original, Most Spirited and Most Patriotic! Decorate the Starboard side and meet at Young's Landing at 5:45pm. Contact Ann Kroupa to...
Area Organization Events
“Protecting Our Waters: We’re All Connected! is the theme for the Northwoods Six County Lakes and Rivers Meeting
Friday, July 12th, 8:30 am at Lakeside Center at the Nicolet College theater in Rhinelander
www.oclra.org  The meeting opens at 8:30 a.m. with refreshments and exhibits. The agenda includes an update on state government policy related to water resources, a talk on climate change and its effects on our lakes and rivers, a presentation on PFAS contamination of surface waters, and a panel discussion on the interconnection of water resources. The meeting is free of charge, there is no need to register, and all are welcome.