The Long Lake Advancement Association (LLAA) is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1963. The LLAA exists to protect the quality of water and wildlife in Long Lake and its watershed; to provide a forum for discussion and action on lake-related issues; and to influence positive growth and development while preserving the quality of life for all lake users.
The Association Annual Meeting is the fourth Saturday of June each year.
ABOUT LONG LAKE: Almost one and a half mile long, this 117-acre lake is located on the western part of the Town of Rockland. It is the second largest lake in Manitowoc County. There is a county park with a boat launch and a fishing pier on the northeast side of the lake. Fishing for Crappies, Perch, Bluegills, Northern and Bass is popular in summer and winter.
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Long Lake Advancement Association President - Chad Wendt 1-920-858-0687