Little Arbor Vitae Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin, is a 534-acre drainage lake with a maximum and mean depth of 32 and 11 feet, respectively. This productive, eutrophic lake has a relatively large watershed encompassing nearly 22 square miles, and in 2010, was found to contain 34 native plant species, of which coontail (Ceratophyllum demersum) is the most common plant. A few plants of the non-native purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) were observed growing along the shoreline of the lake.

Annual Meeting

Saturday June 25, 2016,  9:00 AM

Arbor Vitae Fire Barn

Volunteer Assistance Needed for:

Dam Cleaning

Water Samples

Shoreline Sentinals