WELCOME TO LAKE PUCKAWAY
Home of the Lake Puckaway Protection Rehabilitation District
Mission Statement - Our Purpose
Protect and enhance the quality of Lake Puckaway's fish and wildlife values;
Promote ecologically balanced water levels, water clarity, and shoreline habitat;
Preserve the recreational and economic value of the resource for the enjoyment of its residents and visitors, now and into the future;
Promote the history and proper management of the lake;
Promote the education, research, and information sharing between organizations, individuals, government bodies and the general public for the protection, preservation and improvement of Lake Puckaway.
Lake Puckaway Protection and Rehabilitation District was created in 1977. Lake Puckaway is early-on in the Fox River chain, which starts around Portage, WI and empties into Green Bay of Lake Michigan.
Lake Puckaway is a 9x2 mile shallow lake that encompasses 5433 acres of water and is an excellent recreation lake with activities including fishing, swimming, boating, and duck hunting.