The White Lake Association (WLA) is comprised of hundreds of area residents who care deeply about White Lake. Our members support WLA activities and actions that preserve the natural amenities of the lake, as well as the public trust.
White Lake is defined geologically as a “drowned river mouth.” The lake extends 5.1 miles from the mouth of White River to the point at which it flows into Lake Michigan. It covers 4 square miles and encompasses 2571 acres. White Lake is known for its scenic beauty, sailing, boating, wildlife and year around fishing. It is a popular tourist destination and summer residence for many.
The White Lake Association is dedicated to maintaining and improving the quality of White Lake for the health of its residents and its fish and wildlife through monitoring and education.
White Lake featured in The Michigan Riparian magazine!
White Lake is prominently featured in the Spring 2019 issue of The Michigan Riparian. The article, written by WLA board member Deb Hays, is titled “The Magic that is White Lake.” A White Lake Association membership includes a subscription to The Michigan Riparian magazine, and members receive four thought-provoking issues per year!
» Download the Article (PDF) 10.7 MB
Great Things in Store for 2019!
White Lake Association has lots of good news to share in our April 2019 Member Newsletter.
Partnership to Provide Free Life Jackets to Local Boaters
White Lake Association to Launch Area’s First Sea Tow Foundation Life Jacket Loaner Station
The White Lake Association – through a partnership with boating safety nonprofit, the Sea Tow Foundation – has announced the opening of a new Life Jacket Loaner Station, which became available to West Michigan’s White Lake-area boaters in mid-June, 2018.