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Lake Hilbert Association

Lake Hilbert is a 289 acres lake with a maximum depth of 32 feet. There are two public access points. Lake Hilbert is nestled in the corners of Marinette, Forest and Florence Counties, Wisconsin.

Association Board
Fish & Water Qaulity Chair

Dick Meneau
(715) 336-3014

Vice President
Spawning Reef Chair
King Kramer

Kathy Davisson
(920) 851-0133

Yvonne Witzak

Past President
Glenn Gardipee
(920) 434-3363

At Large Director
Tom Reis
(262) 305-7577

At Large Director
Ken Bougie
(715) 336-2816

At Large Director
Jim Walker
(920) 680-7045

There are two Annual Meetings, one held on Memorial Day Weekend - Saturday Morning and the other one on Labor Day Weekend - Saturday Morning. These are both held at the Fence Town Hall, County C and Memory Lane, Fence. Refreshments at 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:00 a.m.

We would live to have you join our discussions, planning and social times to help make Lake Hilbert a place to enjoy now and for generations to come. We hope to see you there!

Annual dues to belong to the Lake Hilbert Association is $20.00 per year from January 1 to December 31. Make checks payable to:

Lake Hilbert Association
C/O Kathy Davisson, Treasuerer
W16289 North Loop Drive
Fence WI   54120

Members of the Lake Hilbert Association enjoy ATV riding, bird watching, boating, canoeing, camping, fishing, ice skating, picnicking, sailing, snowmobiling, swimming, sunbathing, tubing and water skiing.

Possible Future Activities
  • Annual Family Fest at Goodman Town Park
  • Boat parade
  • Annual Stocking of Fish in the Lake 
  • Boater education/voluntary safety inspection
  • Semi-annual newsletter

    Goals of the Association
  • Recruit, educate and support lake association members
  • Promote safe enjoyment of Lake Hilbert
  • Preserve and conserve Lake Hilbert as a natural resource for all to enjoy both now and for generations to come.